Rock Still Rollin'
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Rock Still Rollin'

Smyrna, Tennessee, United States | SELF

Smyrna, Tennessee, United States | SELF
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Lance Pierce, Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Lance Pierce is from a small town in north Louisiana. He grew up listening to rock-n-roll, country and blues. He started singing and playing guitar at the age of 15 years old and that is when he knew he wanted to be an entertainer. He moved to Nashville in 1995 and had success as a songwriter signing a publishing contract with Almo-Irving publishing (Nashville). Lance has co-written songs with various artists such as Davis Daniel who had three top ten hits and one # 1 hit on the country charts and Elbert West who co-wrote three # 1 hits for Tracy Lawrence. Lance has worked with great musicians such as Danny Rader (Gretchen Wilson Band ) Dennis Wage (T. Graham Brown Band) Jon Conely (Calico Trail) & (LeAnne Rimes Band) Dennis Holt (Restless Heart) & (Hank Williams Jr.) to name a few, and Dow Tomlin (Brooks and Dunn). He has traveled all over the United States and is currently working on his new band "Rock Still Rollin" a classic rock ’n’ roll band dedicated to staying true to classic rock music and playing in local clubs in the Nashville, TN area.

Tom Brackman, Lead/Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
Tom Brackman began playing guitar at the age of 12. At 13, he played his first concert gig (with bandmate Louie Weaver, future drummer of Grammy award winning Christian rock group, Petra) featuring country artists Dottie West and Bill Monroe. As a member of the Kick band (Wisconsin/TN based R&R band), he did session work at the House of Cash, and Woodland Studios, recording a number of original demos with the band. Tom performed in clubs throughout the south and east coast in support of the band’s demos, generating significant label interest from RCA. This led to his move to L.A. as the next step of his musical journey. While in L.A, Tom teamed up with Spider Taylor (former lead guitarist for Delaney and Bonnie) in the theatrical hard rock show band, Gorilla. Gorilla played the Hollywood circuit at clubs such as Gazarri’s, the Whiskey, the Starwood, Doug Weston’s Troubadour (1st band to break Elton John’s long-standing attendance record) and The L.A. Battle of the Bands. Tom did extensive studio work with Gorilla, to produce demos for Electra Records. After Gorilla, Tom joined Roxx, featuring former Frank Zappa bassist, Doug Lunn. After leaving Roxx, Tom moved back to Nashville, married, and took a number of years off from live performance. He returned to active gigging in 2006, with the Chillband, performing at local Franklin area clubs, weddings and corporate events. As a Chillband member, Tom played the Franklin Mainstreet Festival 3 years in a row, headlining in 2008. In 2010 Tom left the Chillband and joined Lance Pierce in forming “Rock Still Rolling

John Herring, Bass Guitar
Hailing from Birmingham, AL, but a Tennessee resident since 1967, John Herring also has music in his childhood roots. Classical music and Operas permeated John’s childhood household and no doubt still influences his sense of melodic content today. The trombone was John’s first instrument then he discovered the bass guitar at the age of 12. Having played the bass guitar for over 40 years; John is no stranger to most forms of music. Like so many musicians John has been involved with many bands over the years ranging from Top 40 bands to backing up and coming artists as well as numerous demo sessions with other musicians as well. After being approached in December of 2010 to consider joining this musical group, John accepted the invitation and holds down the bass lines for the organization.

Travis Burroughs, Keyboards, Background Vocals
A South Carolina native, Travis Burroughs started playing piano by ear before the age of six. At age nine, he began taking formal piano lessons and continued throughout college. He eventually relocated to Nashville, TN where he graduated from Belmont University with a BA of Music degree. Travis has worked with many talented independent artists, opening for major acts such as Marshall Crenshaw and Timbuk3. He has been on the Nashville music scene since the late 80s and has over twenty years experience in original studio projects and artist showcases. His most recent project was Eclipse, (a tribute to Pink Floyd), in which he played the primary keyboard arrangements, including various styles such as piano, Hammond B3, Rhodes, and synthesizer, where his responsibility was to reproduce the sounds as closely as possible to the original recordings. He also sang lower harmonies and covered lead vocals on several Floyd classics. He is currently working w/ the “Rock Still Rolling” project whose format consists of a wide variety of rock genres and classic covers. It also features some original material by artist/writer Lance Peirce. Travis plays a Roland Phantom S88 and Roland D50 keyboards.

Donovan Morgan, Lead/Rhythm Guitar, Background Vocals
Nashville native Donovan Morgan grew up in a musical family and while having older brothers that were pla