Howard Brundage

Name:   Howard Brundage
Birth date:    
Current Resident of:   Warrenton, Virginia
Years experience:   Since 1965
Instruments played:   Bass & vocals
Other contributions:   Sound tech & booking contact
Howard picked up the guitar on a bet with his father in 1965 , that he didn't have the patience to learn. Well his father lost the bet. Bands played with were intrigue, an original rock band August and a blues classic rock band Mudlark. Influences are The Beatles, The Who and Grand Funk Railroad. He switched from guitar to bass in 1968 and never looked back. He had the privlage to open up for bands such as : Tommy James and The Shondells, Foghat, Mahogany Rush, Johnny Van Zant and Kix .

Ernie Gray

Name:   Ernie Gray
Birth date:   2 April 1954
Current Resident of:   Sumerduck, Virginia
Years experience:   50 years (with a 20 year gap in the middle)
Instruments played:   Keyboards & vocals
Other contributions:   Master of ceremonies & booking contact
Ernie started classical piano lessons at the tender young age of 5 and his love of music grew from there.  He was an avid Elvis fan back in the day and was drawn more to rock & roll than the classics.  His love of music also led to a love of singing!  Ernie was active in church and school choir groups throughout his youth.  Bands played in over the years include Stained Glass Jungle, intrigue, Gashouse, Mike & the Motors and High Mileage.  Favorite musicians include Creedence Clearwater Revival, Eric Clapton, Styx, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top and Deep Purple.

Rick "Boomer" Lunsford

Name:   Rick "Boomer" Lunsford
Birth date:   16 October 1954
Current Resident of:   Middleburg, Virginia
Years experience:   Started playing drums in 1965, private lessons and band teacher, Hayden Bell
Instruments played:   Drums
Other contributions:   Morale officer
In early 1962, Boomer saw a marching band in parade and fell in love with the drumline.    He wanted to play as a professional drummer as far back as he can remember.  He played in concert band, orchestra, jazz band and rock bands. He was drum section leader of The U.S. Army "Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps" from 1976-1996.   He has played for Rain,  intrigue, Crossroader, Frontline and High Mileage as well as numerous jazz and contemporary Christian bands since 1969.  Rick conducted rudimental drum clinics for Percussive Arts Society International Convention in San Antonio, Texas in 1988. He was interviewed for Modern Drummer magazine, and other drummer magazines, while drum section leader of "Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps" and toured Europe, South America, Canada and Austrailia as well as the United States during his time there (1976-1996).  Rick has recorded several CD's, written drum music, and appeared on numerous television shows, including one movie as a drummer. Currently the proud drummer of the classic rock band, High Mileage.

Louie Warren
Name:   Louie S. Warren, Jr.
Birth date:   11 January 1954
Current Resident of:   Sumerduck, Virginia
Years experience:   Since 1966
Instruments played:   Guitar, guitar synthesizer, harmonica, lap & pedal steel, keyboards, bass guitar, drums, mandolin, & fiddle
Other contributions:   Vocals, web page design, song arrangement, assistant sound tech, & booking contact
In the fall of 1966, inspired by the late Don Rich, on the Buck Owens TV show, Louie started playing guitar. After learning the basics from a local teacher, he discovered he could play by ear. As the years progressed, he discovered that he could also play the numerous other instruments he can now play. Later influences include the Beatles, Jorma Kaukonen, Leslie West, Carlos Santana, Dickey Betts, Duane Allman, and multi-instrumentalist David Lindley. During the over four decades he has been playing, he has had the pleasure to play with numerous local acts including Gashouse, Sleepless Nights, Southern Persuasion, and Southern Xcess

Heather Cornell
Name:   Heather Cornell
Birth date:   July 5th
Current Resident of:    
Years experience:   Since
Instruments played:   Violin
Other contributions:   Vocals
Heather, always been a country music lover, but that hasn’t stopped her from venturing out into other genres also throughout her musical journey. A lover of all music, while growing up she played 1st violin in classical orchestra and won many honors during that time. A vocal musician at heart, Heather has range not often matched and tone that has been compared to Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Carrie Underwood, and Jennifer Nettles. Heather has graced stages all over the state singing with various bands for 6 years and has enjoyed many times the privilege of singing the National Anthem for the Potomac Nationals and for the NASCAR sponsored Old Dominion Speedway Racetrack in Virginia. Heather is currently a member of New Phoenix Rising and is the newest member of High Mileage

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