.Chad Collins was born and raised in Nashville, Tn. He began entertaining at a very young age, and after High School Chad began working in a recording studio on music row learning recording engineering and record production.
He was soon discovered by local music publishers who signed him to a publishing deal as a country songwriter where he wrote and recorded his own songs. After many years in the recording industry, he headed for the bright lights of Las Vegas where he found himself paying tribute to his heros in tribute shows on the Vegas Strip.
In 2013 he won the Las Vegas Ultimate Elvis Tribute Contest. Chad currently performs as Elvis in Las Vegas Wedding ceremonies as a licensed ordained minister as well as performing in numerous Las Vegas production shows.
At age 9, Ronnie Lee was performing 'Folsom Prison Blues' and 'A Boy Named Sue' to audiences anywhere they would let him play. His Mother, Luzina, was a regular fixture in the entertainment business in San Francisco, and would often bring Ronnie to her shows to sing a song or two. At age 19, he moved to Nashville and became a familiar face in the studio and on the road, sharing the stage with acts ranging from Earl Thomas Conley, Eddy Raven and Carl Perkins to Ronnie Milsap, and of course Johnny Cash. Ronnie has been nominated for 11 Grammy awards as a songwriter, and achieved success with his tribute song to Johnny Cash, "I Lost a Friend Today" which he wrote the day Johnny Cash passed away. Ronnie is considered one of the top Johnny Cash Tribute artists in the nation, as well as a versatile country and rockabilly artist. He is a member of the Rockabilly Hall of Fame.
Ned Mills began playing piano at age 4. He's entertained audiences in more than 20 countries on three continents. After receiving his Bachelor's in music cum laude in jazz arranging at North Texas State University Ned moved back to his native North Carolina and performed regularly throughout the Southeast . Now a resident of Las Vegas performs and serves as musical director for many corporate events at every major casino including the MGM Grand, The Venetian and Mandalay Bay. In the year 2000, he was voted most likely to exemplify the spirit of Las Vegas by the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce.
His credits include opening for Bobby McFerrin, Don Rickles, Bonnie Raitt and Sheryl Crow. Also he served as conductor and arranger for The Stars of the Lawrence Welk Show, and the Ink Spots just to name a few.
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