James “Jim” Doren, drummer, percussionist and band leader, was born and raised in Medford, Oregon and has had a love of music since a young boy. At the age of 16, he played in front of a musicians union and was deemed a professional. He played on the road with some exceptional musicians; one was Dan Hunnicut who went on to win a Golden Dove Award. Jim took a break from music due to work and family and his current wife renewed his love for music in 1997 and bought his Premiere drum set. He was drummer for a local Elvis tribute artist for two years and performed in Reno, Nevada and various other locations including the Ginger Rogers/Craterian Theatre in Medford, Oregon.
Sheila Winn, the female vocalist and percussionist, hails originally from New Jersey. She always had a passion for music but was interrupted by years of performing as an aerialist — riding a motorcycle on the high wire for theme parks in Japan, in-between music acts at rock concerts, exhibitions and fairs in many parts of the globe. She performed in variety shows and performed with live orchestras. Sheila owned Gold Coast Productions for 15 years. She was in charge of theatrical productions for such performers as Janie Fricke, The Ventures, The Lovin Spoonful, Juice Newton and many others. Now she is back to her first passion: music.
Scott Morris Soltermann, pianist, keyboardist and vocalist, was raised in Indianapolis and now resides in Southern Oregon. He graduated from Ball State University and was a student of Catherine Bell Rutledge Lough. He was a pianist for “Jesus Christ Superstar”, “Brigadoon” and “Wonderful Town” while at Ball State. He has been a musical director for a variety of musicals in Indianapolis, in Phoenix, Oregon and most recently the musical director for “Seussical Musical” at Crater High School in Central Point. He has performed in house orchestras and has performed in a CBS Cold Case episode, “Beautiful Little Fool.”