George DeVore is making a mark with a worldly voice, honest songs, and a stage presence that caused Playboy to name him a "Pop-Powerhouse". Before moving to Austin, George earned a bachelor of liberal studies degree from the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls and spent five years touring the Midwest club circuit as lead singer and guitarist for the band Fat Bertha. Soon after arriving in Austin in 1996 with only a guitar and two phone numbers, DeVore took the "Best Tape" award in the Austin Music Awards. Since then, he's been recognized in its top five categories, including rock, pop and male vocalist. The power of his positive rock has garnered a growing following with much-anticipated local shows at the Saxon Pub, Stubb's and Antone's. DeVore's solid pop-rock songwriting, boosted by textural musicianship and that evocative voice makes CD releases: "Wonderland" and "Four Under Par" pure gold.
From his humble beginning in the hills of Virginia, Roger Roger Twall made his way to the big city of Austin. With a bottle of moonshine, a glint in his eye and a dream in his heart. It seemed destiny for him to reunite with his long lost step-brother, cousin and uncle, Bobby Hickock Twall. Bobby Twall, who was raised on a rural farm on the south side of St Joe Missouri, never knew of his long lost kin. But the musical force that they would go on to create would be undeniable.