ROGER MCGOWAN, VOCALS
In 1978 - at the age 19 - I started my first band PARYS (Paris) and toured the U.S. playing top 40/classic rock. Fast forward many years, numerous bands and performances, to 2018 ATX and Killin’ Time.
BY LORRIE: I met Roger in Colorado when we were hired together as part of the 4-part front in an R&B/Motown Show Band called "Peach Fuzz". We were really popular in Colorado and around the country and always put on a great dance show. When I found out I had an opportunity to share the stage with him again, it was a no-brainer. That's when Killin' Time was formed. Between then and now I know Roger has played a lot in many musical configurations, including movie appearances.
LORRIE SINGER, VOCALS
A Texas girl born and raised, listened to Motown hits on KILT in Houston. Grew up and joined a band. Toured nationally and internationally and shared the stage with lots of hitmakers including James Brown, Aretha Franklin, Bette Midler, The Beach Boys, Earth Wind and Fire, The Isley Brothers, Tracy Nelson, Elton John, the Village People, Jay Leno and more. In Colorado she sang lead with The Legendary 4Nikators, and with Chris Daniels in Spoons. In Austin she has sung backup with Sara Hickman and lead with Hotcakes, Reunion Band, The Atlantics, The Fabulous Chevelles and Big Time. She writes, records and performs original songs with her husband Bradley Kopp.
BRADLEY KOPP, LEAD GUITAR/VOCALS
Bradley has enjoyed a long career as a guitarist, producer and recording engineer. Based in Austin, Texas, he has toured internationally and/or performed in concerts, nightclubs, and television appearances, notably The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. His performing/recording resume includes Joe Ely, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Alejandro Escovedo, Charlie Robison, Iain Matthews, Jerry Jeff Walker, Bob Livingston and Eliza Gilkyson. Bradley has over 80 album credits to date, and continues to balance live performance with his production career.
STEVE CARTER, RHYTHM GUITAR/VOCALS
Songwriter, producer and longtime Austin musician. Member of reggae bands The Lotions, Pressure. Founding memebr of The Mau Mau Chaplains (Austin's reigning Reggae band), Stop The Truck, Freddy Powers bandleader. Has played and/or recorded with J.J. Cale, Willie Nelson, Mel Tillis, John Anderson, Big and Rich, Gretchen Wilson, Larry Gatlin, Sonny Throckmorton and Lorrie Morgan. Has the good fortune of singing a duet with Merle Haggard on latest STT Cd. Merle also gave Steve a previously unrecorded song for solo Cd. Met Bob Marley twice and that spiraled into years of reggae. Part of the "House Band" every year for the Gram Parsons Birthday Hoot at Threadgill's. Organized 2011's Badfinger Tribute shows.
DAVID WEBB, KEYBOARDS
Keyboardist David Webb received his B.M. degree in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music in 1982. Over a 35 year career, he has performed and recorded across nearly the entire spectrum of American popular music styles: country with CMA Award nominees Mason Dixon, Beth Williams and outlaw country icon Jerry Jeff Walker, blues with harmonica virtuosi Pat Ramsey and Rob Roy Parnell, guitarist and Blues Music Award nominee Eugene Hideaway Bridges, and legendary pianist Marcia Ball, Americana rock with Jimmy Lafave and Matt Smith, folk with critically acclaimed songwriters Iain Matthews, Pierce Pettis, Eliza Gilkyson, Eric Taylor, Singer and Kopp, and Bill Staines, instrumental works with master guitarists Mason Ruffner, John Inmon, and Richard Gilewitz and saxophonist Paul Klemperer, and jazz with his own solo and trio projects, the Austin Jazz Workshop, multi-reed master Tony Campise, legendary Austin saxophonist Tomas Ramirez, and vocalist Larisa Montanaro
KEVIN HALL, DRUMS
Formal music study at the School of Music at Onondaga College in Syracuse. Since moving to Austin TX, performed and recorded with hundreds of bands, either locally or on the road, throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia... these include Hal Ketchum, Eric Johnson, Omar & The Howlers, Archie Bell & the Drells, Rusty Wier, Coco Montoya, Montel Williams, and Mark Farner of Grand Funk Railroad.
CHRIS JOHNSON, BASS
Bassist Chris Johnson was born and raised in Oak Cliff, TX – and though he was introduced to the music of Bob Dylan and the Beatles by his two older brothers, he was most inspired by the Stax and Motown soul he heard coming from late night Dallas radio. Moving to Austin in the 1980’s to attend UT, Chris’ education was mostly fueled by the burgeoning Austin music scene. Over the years, Chris has toured Texas, the US, and the world, performing with such legendary artists as Willie Nelson and Roky Erickson – all the while maintain his passion for sweet soul music. These days, in addition to Killin’ Time, Chris can be heard performing with the Booker T. and the MGs inspired ensemble McLemore Avenue, and with soul singer Nakia.