Michael Moore was born and raised in McKinney, Texas. His passion
for Willies's music came at an early age. "I can remember
hearing his music coming out of my grandmother's old AM radio," and
even then Michael knew that there was something unique about Willie
Nelson. Nelson's voice and unusual style of phrasing are hard to
match. Through many years of study and about a million "Whiskey
Rivers" later, Moore's ability to capture" the country
music legend's voice and style are considered by many to be the
best in the world. Michael is also an accomplished guitar player
and performs all of the guitar parts played by Nelson in his shows.
When asked what kind of music he likes, Moore said, "Everything
from The Carpenters to Metallica." Michael has performed his
Willie tribute show throughout the USA as a solo artist and also
with several top tribute shows including Cavalcade Of Stars, Mirror
Image, Memories Theatre and Superstars Live in Concert, a BC Entertainment,
Bob Gill as Waylon Jennings
Bob Gill has been singing since his early pre school years and
has performed in a varied phases from a one man band show incorporating
the use of floor bass, guitar and beat box to a six piece cover
country band. He has performed in Nashville and other venues across
North America attracting growing audiences along the way. He has
several albums to his credit and became interested in Waylon's
music when he first heard him in the early seventies and since
then has amassed a repertoire of most of the songs ever recorded
by Waylon. During his travels, he increasingly became compared
to Wayon in both appearance and vocal style.
Since Waylon's untimely death in February 2002, Bob has had an
inner desire (and destiny) to focus exclusively on preserving for
eternity the music of his idol. When you hear Bob sing Waylon's
music and close your eyes, you are immediately positioned in the
midst of fans at any one of the late and great performer's concerts.
Bob, like Waylon, sings with a style that seems to come from the
soul and reflects both the joy and pain of a man who has experienced
proudly presents two of the world's finest Johnny Cash tributes.
Daryl Weyman as Johnny Cash
He loves the pleasure people get from his presentation of his "TRIBUTE TO JOHNNY CASH". His deep baritone voice a rugged features are parallel to "THE MAN" himself.
Daryl has performed in many venues such as the Merritt Mountain Music Festival, in front of 10,000 people at the Penticton Peach Festival, to senior residences, fall fairs, civic festivals, charities and various clubs.
He opened for Carlene Carter at the Missouri Vally, Iowa National Traditional Country Music Festival when they inducted June Carter Cash into their hall of fame.
He's on the list of characters fo "Legends in Concert" with properties in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Branson and Myrtle Beach. This is the ultimate tribute review. In February, 2008 he will be on stage in North Carolina with Superstars of stage.
Philip Bauer as Johnny Cash
Entertaining people is all Philip Bauer ever wanted to do! His dynamic stage presence, quality and impressive vocal range has been thrilling audiences for many years.
Philip started his musical path in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he started thrilling audiences with his quality performances and competing in and winning many talent contests.
In 1985 Philip won the Minnesota State Fair talent contest, 1st place from a field of over 800 contestants. His performance got attention and landed him his first contract to perform with a 40 piece orchestra every night of the 1986 State Fair.
Philip sang with various cover bands through-out the nineties.
In 1996 Philip auditioned and was immediately asked to perform on the "Charlie Daniels Talent Round Up" on TNN.
In 1997 at Johnnie Highs Country Music Revue, Philip left the stage with a Standing Ovation as the warm up act for superstar Leann Rimes.
A songwriter in his own right, Philip has had his own original music played on over 300 radio stations across Europe. Selective Records out of Nashville marketed his songs to the European market. Listeners and station managers all across Europe faxed enthusiastic reviews to the Nashville label.
In 1998 Philip moved to Branson where he performed to capacity crowds at the Hard Luck Diner. Philip received a standing ovation for his guest appearance on the "Down Home Country Show"