Dale Brock- Lead Vocals - Dale is from Dalton, a small town in North GA known for being the carpet capital of the world. He began to sing at an early age and dabbled with the piano and drums before settling on the bass guitar, as his choice instrument. He played with several bands during his teenage years touring across the US and Canada including the CCM Band The Rock City Boys and Secret Service. Dale later became tenor vocalist and a founding member of the Chattanooga based band, Poet Voices. He has made appearances and performances on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, TBN, Dollywood Theme Park in Pigeon Forge, TN, Wild Horse Saloon in Nashville, TN, Music in the Rockies, Estes Park, CO, GMA Week and Carowinds Music Park in Charlotte, NC among others. Dale has shared the stage with such artists as Marty Raybon of Shenandoah, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ron Kenoly, Phil Driskoll, Bob Carlisle and Nicole C. Mullins. He is a member of the Tri-State Music Hall of Fame. When not on tour, Dale enjoys session work in the studio doing background vocals. With vocal influences by artist such as Luther Vandross, Michael McDonald, Steve Perry, Bobby Kimball and Merle Haggard, just to name a few, Dale has developed a unique vocal style all his own.
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Rusty Duke started playing in his first band in 1980 (with Ward). Throughout the 80's and 90's he played in several professional gigs including Joe Lofts and The Pinks and Secret Service. He then joined Christian Country Band Brave Heart (before Mel Gibson stole the name) and went on to receive several record deal offers by Christian Country Labels. After taking a sabbatical, from full-time touring in 1998, to spend time focusing on family, he has spent the last few years on guitar, leading worship at many churches across the region. Four years ago, he picked bass back up declaring, "It's my first love!" When not touring with Recreated Fantasy, Rusty enjoys working with his son and daughter who sing in a 1960s Motown Band called the Clay Duke Orchestra (CDO)which has a full band with a live horn section. Rusty's musical influences include Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Count Basie, Eagles, Steely Dan, James Jamerson, Ross Valory and John Mayer.
A Renaissance man of sorts, Dana is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and engineer, as well as an award-winning composer and videographer. However, if you ask Dana what he loves, his response is simple: “I’m a guitar player”... one who is quick to credit Toto’s Steve Lukather as his main influence. As a guitar player, the stage is a second home. Having shared the studio or stage with a wide array of artists, including Phil Driscoll, James Ward, Ken Medema,Secret Service (with Ward and Rusty), and a host of others, as well as fronting his own bands. Dana has a musical palette spanning different styles and genres. For over 35 years, he credits Ward as being his “Jeff Porcaro”: “He’s my big brother, my music critic, and my sounding board for life in general. There’s no drummer I’d rather play, fight, or laugh with.” When he’s not playing music, Dana stays busy being a husband, a dad to 3 young ladies, and a sparring partner to their dog, Finn.
Jeff Parker was introduced to music at the age of seven and spent hours playing commercial jingles and television theme songs on a toy guitar. That progressed into a love of playing everything from saxophone to Spanish guitar to piano to Hammond organ. In college, Jeff found his true passion, synthesizers and electronic keyboards, which allowed him to combine his interests in art and engineering. After purchasing a Yamaha DX7, he rapidly geared up to a full-on keyboard rig and joined a band (with the same guys in the band!). Although classically trained on piano, his style is influenced by David Paich from Toto, Elton John and Billy Joel. After taking long break from performing music and launching two technology businesses, Jeff began composing music for film and television and took a keen interest in electronic music production. Some of his work can be heard online under the moniker IAMSOAMI. His musical compositions are licensed in libraries internationally and are featured in film and television programming in the UK, Europe, Asia and South America as well as the US. His tracks can be heard on CNN, CNN Headline News, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Investigative Discovery, Discovery Science, The Science Channel and many other programs. At home, Jeff enjoys spending time with his wife of 25 years and discussing music with his two sons, one a 20-year old guitar and keyboard player and EDM enthusiast and the other a 17 year old avid rock, metal and blues drummer.
For Ward Wilson, starting to play drums at age 10 was an easy choice as growing up in central Arkansas, the only other option was a career in cow tipping! Ward has played for many Grammy Award-Winning Artists in both CCM and Mainstream Music. His mile-long list of credits includes James Ward, Secret Service, Ron Kenoly, Phil Driscoll, Higher Ground, Greg Voltz and Dave Boyer (Joey Stevens of Sinatra's Rat Pack), Anita Bryant, Michael Martin, Brave Heart, Southern Comfort and Bob McGrath (Sesame Street). In addition, Ward has years of corporate convention and show band work including one of the original drummers in the 40 year running dinner theater "The Station House" (Chattanooga Choo Choo) for 18 years. As a custom drum builder who opened his first shop in 1985, his drums have been heard on many of the Grammy Award-Winning Tracks from Alabama and Amy Grant. His custom work has been on tour with the Rolling Stones and the Broadway Production of Elvis . In his spare time, Ward still enjoys producing a few new instruments per year, restoring vintage drums and continues to work within the decorative wood industry which he came to through his custom building work. While not touring, he enjoys spending time with his wife of 35 years.