Dexter Lee Guitar and Vocals
The Louisiana native began playing guitar at 10 years old. His influences range from Jeff Beck, Neal Schon and Eric Clapton to BB KIng, Stevie Ray Vaughn and David Gilmore. Dexter has written over 200 songs and crafts his music to communicate life experiences as well as downright fun. He has performed in venues from coast to coast and says," I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to change someone's life, even for a moment, with music."
Mark McCrory Bass
Always eclectic in style and taste Mark lays down his own low-end flavor to the blues rock genre. Growing up in the bayou backroads and cattle ranches of southern Louisiana provided the genesis for his lyrical/ musical gumbo. A wide variety of influences as "old country"(attending concerts at the Old South Jamboree introduced to him by his parents at a young age), local swamp pop legend (and neighbor) Van Broussard, the solid melodies of the Beatles, riff heavy acid rock of the seventies or the memorable rythyms from local and national R&B,Soul and Funk artist that create the underlying groove in his playing.
Keith Tullier Drums
As a Southern Louisiana native with deep cajun roots, Keith's family instilled a strong desire in him to play music at a very young age. Many of his family members were musicians who played cajun, country, and rock music at family gatherings. As a teen, Keith starting drumming as a member of his uncle's band and also played around his home town with friends for various local events. Later, Keith played in local blues, rock, and country bands. Now, Keith enjoys playing with the other members of Dexter Lee and the Prophets (DLP). Playing with DLP affords him the opportunity to help create original music which is what he really enjoys.