Scott Stapp

Throughout the early 2000’s, Scott Stapp’s voice dominated rock radio with non-stop hits from his mega-band, Creed. The Grammy Winning front man chronicled his questions, his quest for answers, and his dreams from faith to fatherhood in chart topping hits, “My Own Prison,” “Higher,” and “With Arms Wide Open."

Jason Scheff
longtime lead vocalist of

In mid-1985, 23-year-old Scheff joined the multi-platinum band, Chicago, after Peter Cetera had departed the band to continue his solo career. His lead vocals were debuted on the 1986 single "25 or 6 to 4," a remake of their 1970 hit, then followed up with "Will You Still Love Me?" which became one of Chicago’s biggest hits.

Emmerson Hart

Emerson Hart is front-man and songwriter for the multi-platinum band Tonic, the alt-rock band that hit it big with their debut record Lemon Parade, which featured the smash hits “Open Up Your Eyes” and “If You Could Only See.”


Matt Scannell is the front-man, lead guitarist, and primary songwriter for the alternative rock band Vertical Horizon. Their album, Everything You Want, sold more than two million copies worldwide with Billboard topping hits, “Everything You Want”, “You’re a God” and “Best I Ever Had (Grey Sky Morning)” 

Don Barnes
of .38 SPECIAL

Don Barnes is an American rock vocalist and guitarist and one of the founding members of the Southern rock band 38 Special. Barnes performed lead vocals on many of the group's biggest hits, including "Rockin' into the Night," "Hold On Loosely," "Caught Up in You," "If I'd Been the One," "Back Where You Belong," "Like No Other Night," and more. 


Named in honor of the six-string guitar that forms the base of their sound, these veterans of touring, recording, and songwriting serve as the house band for the NFL Draft, hit TV series, Nashville, and CMT's Next Super Star. Through the years, members of Sixwire have played in the bands for FAITH HILL, ALABAMA, RANDY TRAVIS, RICHARD MARX, DELBERT McCLINTON, PHIL VASSAR, STEVE WARINER, PAM TILLIS, DOLLY PARTON, OLIVIA NEWTON JOHN, VINCE GILL, LEE GREENWOOD, BJ THOMAS, and many others.