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Cathy Creason has been singing all her life and credits her parents for teaching her to love all things musical. She has enjoyed a long association with St. Xavier High School’s award-winning theater program and is currently in rehearsal for Theatre Xavier’s spring production of Andrew Lloyd Weber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA. Her musical taste runs deep and wide. Some favorites are Judy Garland, The Beatles, Bette Midler, and Elvis Presley.
Doug Johnstone started playing guitar as a boy. Coming from a musical family motivation was easy. Playing guitar for folk mass and singing in the boys choir helped develop musical skills early. High school and garage rock bands helped develop musical versatility. Plays mandolin and guitar from bluegrass to blues, it’s all good.
Ron Ebelhar got his first guitar, a Kay acoustic, for Christmas in 1965, while in grade school in Owensboro, KY, and has rarely missed a day in picking up a guitar and strumming a chord or two. His first gig was a street festival at age 12 – since then, he has played with bands working out of Owensboro (Brand X and The Lavender Blues Band), Lexington (Apocrypha), and Cincinnati (Severance, The Non-Persuasives, Back Pages and Trey Retro), playing rock, R&B, blues, country rock, acoustic retro and many other musical styles. Other musical diversions included the UK jazz ensemble, local productions of Broadway musicals, and contemporary liturgical music at churches in each of the cities where he’s lived.