Bob Penhall
Producer/Engineer

Bob's professional career started in 1969, when he toured college coffee houses with Rose Colored Glass, a folk-rock trio. He has since played with Stevie Ray Vaughan, UNT's 3 O'Clock Lab Band, Frank Hames, The North Texas Symphony Orchestra, and toured with Jerry Lee Lewis, David Allen Coe, Waylon Jennings,  Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Muprhey, Pure Prairie League, Jesse Colter, Rusty Weir, and Steve Frumholtz as the  bassman and singer for Texas Weather. Currently, Bob is recording and playing live shows with Kevin Deal, Fred Lee Spears, Class Act, The Toney Walsh Quartet, The Loose Wheels All-Stars, Barefoot Moses, and High Standard. He has worked sound at live events for 40 years and has spent numerous hours in the studio with many different musicians and producers.

 
Miles Penhall
Producer/Engineer

Miles Penhall is a lead guitarist, singer, and songwriter in the Dallas area. Miles currently plays with recording artists Grant Jones and the Pistol Grip Lassos (winner of the 2009 95.3 KHYI/Shiner Bock “Shiner Rising Star” Competition), as well as Kevin Deal and Freddie Lee Spears. He has since performed as a sideman with recording artists including Sara Hamilton, Jerry Audley, Brent Frailicks, Boomer Castleman, High Standard, Class Act, Toney Walsh, Jerrod Medulla, Robbie White, Tom McElvain, Randy Allen, Rayla Ray, Barefoot Moses, and Fritz Schultz. He has logged studio time with Kevin Deal and Lloyd Maines, Fred Lee Spears at Gourmet Audio, and is working on an upcoming solo album and Grant Jones and The Pistol Grip Lassos through Shiner Records. He is also a gourmet cook, world famous in Norman, Oklahoma.
 
 Vicki Penhall
Vocal Coach

Vicki has been a professional singer since 1971, and is also a songwriter, novelist and playwright. She sang backup for Willie Nelson, and toured with Jerry Lee Lewis, David Allen Coe, Waylon Jennings,  Jerry Jeff Walker, Michael Muprhey, Pure Prairie League, Jesse Colter, Rusty Weir, and Steve Frumholtz as the lead singer for Texas Weather, a band which included Bob Penhall on bass and other talented Texas musicians.  She is a trained singer and thespian, and has taught countless singers (including her children) how to harmonize. She's not exactly a gourmet cook since she uses the smoke alarm as her kitchen timer, but she is a gracious hostess and listener and fan of music in general.

 
Madeline Haley
Studio Chick

Madeline is an amateur guitarist, singer and songwriter, very accomplished at five years old. She has written such songs as "No Blue Skies" and has recorded her versions of "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" and soon will be performing "This Little Light of Mine" accompanied by her father on banjo at their church in Waco. She loves to be a member of the audience at recording sessions, where she will sit quietly and observe the musicians like a good studio chick.

 Lindsay "Lilly" Haley
Graphic Artist

Although less professional than the other musicians in her family, Lindsay is also a singer, songwriter and plays a couple of instruments. She does, however, do amazing graphic design work, including posters, CD cases, and logos. You can visit her website at www.interstellargraphics.com.