Landis has been voted a three-time winner for Chattanooga's best male vocalist by online newspaper The Chattanoogan.  He is a long-time vocalist at the Choo Choo Station House with many studio credits to his name. Landis’s ability to recreate a variety of vocal stylings as well as capture a crowd’s attention make him a strong front person for any occasion.


Constance Brown is a seasoned performer of various genres of music.  She began a 14-year stretch with a prominent band and performed across the country regularly.  She took on rock, country, pop, R&B, and her personal favorite, Jazz, lending each genre her own signature flair. There is nothing more exciting to Constance than performing at special events and becoming a memorable part of those special times. Her joy is evident, her excitement is contagious, and her voice is simply unforgettable.


Danny Sample, was born in Memphis, took up piano at an early age, and was performing R&B and jazz by age 10.  Before graduating from college with a degree in mechanical engineering, he had toured with Isaac Hays, Dionne Warwick, and opened for Grover Washington, and B. B. King.  Since then, Sample has shared the bandstand in the Chattanooga area and around the country at various clubs, colleges, private engagements and festivals such as the Oregon Mount Hood Jazz Festival, the Hill City Jazz Festival, Birmingham City Stages, Memphis in May, the Riverbend Festival, Nightfall Concert Series, and the grand opening of the Bessie Smith Hall, when his group opened for Koko Taylor.


John Cady is the Swiss Army Knife of Guitarist. Seasoned in multiple styles of guitar performance since the age of 4, John has performed with many different groups and artist: Phil Driscoll, Willfred Middlebrooks of Ella Fitzgerald, Chris McDaniel, SRO, Carl Vickers of LTD, Jimmy Tawater, and 12 years running as Solo Jazz Improv Guitarist for Chattanooga's Riverbend Festival just to name a few. John has been recently voted Chattanooga's best guitarist for 2013 by The Chattanoogan.  He also is a private guitar instructor of over 25 years. Many of his students either teach currently or have performance careers of their own. "Playing guitar is my passion and the place I feel the most freedom to express my God-given Gift."


Steve Williams has loved music since he was a child. A singer, songwriter, and recent banjo convert, Steve is most often found in musical situations with his bass. As a regular call for singer-songwriters and a member of various bands, Steve enjoys the opportunity to expand his musical skills and share life with those around him, weaving a solid groove throughout his spheres of influence. Whether on tour or in town; on stage or in the recording studio; Steve's light spirit and creativity are great fuel for the creative process. "My favorite thing about playing music is the unspeakable magic that happens when everything comes together."


Wayne is the founder and group leader of Plan B.  He attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston and later continued music at the University of Maine where he earned an undergraduate music degree (B.M.) in Music Education. He has studied with such noted drum instructors as Zoro (Lenny Kravitz, Bobby Brown, & Frankie Valli) and Steve Wilkes (Blue Man Group).  He has two graduate degrees in education and is employed as a professional school counselor for a North Georgia school system.  For more information on Wayne, click HERE.