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Cathie Cougar grew up in a musical family. Both her Mother and Father sang with choirs and played with the Regina Mandolin Orchestra. Her Mother, now in her 80's still plays with the Regina Mandolin Orchestra. Cathie knew at age 6 that she wanted to sing for a living. She studied classical piano for seven years and classical guitar for one year. She sang her first professional gig at age 13 and has fronted numerous bands over the years. Cathie left the music business to raise her five children but returned to her calling when she moved from her home of Regina to Northern Saskatchewan. Cathie has played with Northern bands such as "Just the Boys", "Hard Tymez" and "Looney Tunz". Her band "In the Buff" scored a SaskAb Top 5 Hit in 2011.
Joe was first inspired to play the drums after hearing the music of the Moody Blues at age six. He took lessons at age eight and finally got his first drum kit at age twelve. Inspired by many different styles and genres of music, Joe has played just about all of them. Rock,country,blues, blue grass, reggae, alternative and jazz. Joe has travelled the country working with different musicians. In the 90's, Joe toured with "Rob Holden and Horizon". In the 2000s Joe toured with "It's A Secret". In more recent times working with "Tara Solhiem" and her unique big band jazz style of music. Joe has also toured and recorded with "Francois Tremblay" who is a Western Canadian Music Award nominee.
Jeff Storry has played guitar for more than 25 years in various rock, blues and metal bands. He studied at the Professional Musicians College in Regina and graduated from the Professional Guitar Program in 1993.
He has played with international metal act Into Eternity, and other well known guitarists such as Bill Hughes, Danny Nargang, and most recently, Ben Winoski, He cites his influences as Joe Satriani, Edward Van Halen, Steve Vai and Polish band guitarist Decapitated s Vogg.
Lorne was born in Northern Saskatchewan. He took an interest in music at a very young age. He started singing at age 3, playing drums at age 13 and shortly after began playing guitar and bass. He started his own band, Loonie Tunz when he was living in Janvier Alberta. Over the years, Lorne's band had the opportunity to open for greats like Julian Austin, Paul Brandt, Tom Cochrane and Colin James. Lorne is the latest addition to the Tattoo'd Heart family.