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Bob’s love for music began early in life. With the U.S. invasion by the Beatles at age ten (1964), learning the guitar became a must. Within a couple of years, Bob was forming and playing in bands in his hometown of Yuma, Arizona. In 1972, after graduation from high school and at the insistence of Taylor McBride, his music/ choral teacher, Bob traveled the U.S. and Europe as a guitarist / vocalist with the international musical Up With People. Between 1974 and 1979, Bob was the lead guitarist of ARIZONA, a pop-rock band that toured throughout the U.S. and recorded four albums for RCA Records. In 1979, Bob took a "short" 25 year hiatus from music and began a career with the Tucson Police Department. He continued to play occasional gigs and studio sessions until retirement in
2004. Bob is now back in the music business full-time and continues to write and record his original music as well as perform session work.
 
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Herb is a brilliant, classically-trained musician, arranger and teacher. As musical director of Up With People for more than 30 years, Herb not only helped thousands of students from many nations to develop their special musical talents, he also promoted peace, understanding and tolerance of other cultures and lifestyles. Herb currently operates a small recording studio in Tucson, Arizona where he produces, composes, arranges and teaches music and vocals. “I’ve known and collaborated with Herb on various musical projects over the last 34 years” says Bob. “Herb brings his unique enthusiasm to every project in which he is involved. I am privileged and blessed to have him as a partner and co-producer of this project.”
 
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Dave first became involved in musical theater and recording engineering in Sydney, Australia and was later hired by EMI as an engineer and record producer. After his first effort went to number one in Australia, Dave became head of Artists and Repertoire (A&R) for EMI Australia. He subsequently produced 30 hits as well as discovered some of Australia’s top talents.
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While at EMI, Dave went to London’s Abbey Road Studios where he continued to engineer and produce. After leaving EMI to become an independent record producer, Dave scored many hit records with artists such as Bonnie Tyler, Cilla Black, Cliff Richard, The New Seekers, Billy Ocean, John Parr, Jimmy Webb, Harry Nilsson, Dusty
Springfield, and many others. In the 70’s Dave produced and engineered four albums on RCA Records for “Arizona”, the band in which Bob Huff was lead guitarist. Dave is currently self-employed as an independent musical supervisor and producer of musical theater in England, Australia and the U.S.
 
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British drummer Bob Jenkins began playing many years ago with his parents in modern jazz groups. He has toured and / or recorded with diverse artists including Sheena Easton, Kiki Dee, Elton John, Leo Sayer, Andy Williams, Jack Bruce, Richard Thompson and Van Morrison. Bob currently plays in Be Sharp, a very popular English band (www.besharp.co.uk).