David Bartlett (Founding Member) Dave started playing guitar at age 12, mostly self-taught, about 40 years ago. His influences were Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton (Cream Disraeli Gears), Jimi Hendrix and in 1968 Jimmy Page. David saw Led Zepplin on their first US tour opening for Vanilla Fudge. Wow! Later influences were Mark Farner, Joe Walsh, Rick Derringer and Steve Howe. David attended formal music training at Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore for classical guitar, 1972-73. Dave worked all thru the south and midwest as a sideman with Columbia Recording artist Thelma Jones 1974-78. He played shows with Mothers Finest, Mike Pinera (Blues Image), The Drifters, The Clovers and Johnny Ray. Later, David played in several groups that opened for John Denver, Jimmy Buffet, and The Dirt Band. In 1978 and 79, he played with Mike Essig (formerly of Alton Street) and in the Maryland area with Foxfire, which later became Quickfire. Dave moved to South Florida in 1980 and joined the funk/rock group "Turning Point". They played gigs all over South Florida and were the studio band for Miami R&B recording artist Ron Seagram, who had them record at noted studios such as Criteria, and Quad Radial. During the 90's in the West Palm beach area, David played with popular classic rock group Dallas Star. He recorded a jingle with Dallas Star founder and bassist, Charles Cook for South Florida's largest country radio station, " WIRK's All Request Show with Dave Michaels " which aired every week night at 9PM from 1998 - 2001. In 2001, also in the West Palm area, David played bass in a duo with Robbie Park, which later became The T.O.H. Band after recording a CD with other area musicians, commemorating 911. David moved back to Maryland in 2002 and in 2003 hooked up with Alton Street, former band mates from 1973 and 74.