About Marcus Scott

Electrifying. Soulful. Compelling. These three words exemplify the sound of “Memphis Soul Man” Marcus Scott. Born and raised in a city that is well known for world class soul music, Marcus Scott is the real deal. As a young boy, he would sit with his ears glued to the radio, mimicking every sound he heard. This fascination evolved into an insatiable desire to entertain and capture the hearts of audiences everywhere. His musical journey started in 2005 as a hit in local Memphis talent shows and he quickly became known as the “go to” singer for all of the major gigs in Memphis. Larry Dodson of the legendary Barkays gave him a call to collaborate on “House Party”, he has sung with James Ingram and has appeared at Isaac Hayes night club and he’s been the lead singer with the house band for the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies. If you close your eyes and listen to his voice you‘ll realize that Marcus is on a trajectory towards becoming a truly elite soul singer in the vein of Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Sam Cooke, and Otis Redding.

About Carl Verheyen

Carl has been playing the guitar every day since 1965 and has always made his living with the instrument. A member of the smash hit British rock group Supertramp since 1985, Carl has played to millions of enthusiastic fans in sold out arenas worldwide. As the creative force behind the Carl Verheyen Band, his 14-record discography showcases his endless talents across a wide array of musical genres.

Carl is also a much sought after studio musician playing on many other artists’ records whenever his busy schedule permits. He has recorded and played with a virtual who’s who of the music industry and his vast collection of movie soundtracks and television credits is amazing. At the 2009 Academy Awards, Carl was heard by 67,000,000 people as a featured soloist.

About Tom Hemby

Tom Hemby is a Grammy Award-winning and nominated Instrumental Recording Musician, Producer, & Composer. He’s also a four-time Dove award-winner as well.

Born in Poplar Bluff Missouri and raised in the neighboring community of Puxico, Tom was one of two siblings brought up in the musical family of George & Joyce Hemby along with his younger brother, Ron.

Tom moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1978 to pursue a career in music. Through the years he became a very active session and touring sideman guitarist, as well as a producer, arranger, and composer.

Tom’s fourth and most recent instrumental Jazz project “THE TOM HEMBY BAND/ DEALIN’ IT” features drummer KEITH CARLOCK, saxophonist MARK DOUTHT, Bassist ADAM NITTI, and keyboardist MICHAEL WHITTAKER and is available on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, & Amazon Music.