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One Tall Guy:
   Gale (GR) Horst
   Acoustic Guitar

Other Instruments Played:

   Banjo, Bass, Harmonica

Other Endeavors:
   GR Horst Piano Tuning & Servicing

Gale (6’3" Tall-Guy) is a semi-retired software engineer and project manager with a piano tuning business to support his early retirement and music endeavors. Starting with trombone in the 4th grade, he later took piano and eventually settled on his favorite instrument, the guitar. Gale eventually took up the banjo, electric bass, harmonica, and upright bass.  Over the years he has been a worship leader, played as a solo performer, a band member, program producer, arranger, songwriter, and recording engineer.  Gale produced his own solo album in 2004 titled "Who’s He". His favorite music genres include Blues, Gospel, Country, and a bit of Rock & Jazz.   

 

Another Tall Guy:
   Mike Noble
   Electric Guitar

Other Instruments Played:

   Acoustic Guitar

Other Endeavors:
   Jazz Guitar Studies
   Photography

Mike (6’2" Tall-Guy) started playing guitar in the ‘60s. Influenced by the folk music movement he later got into folk rock. His music influences include Paul Simon, James Taylor, Peter, Paul, and Mary, and Tom Paxton. After playing regularly for 13 years he stopped playing for four decades. He picked up the guitar again in 2011 and began studying music theory and jazz guitar. Mike uses all his influences working with Three Tall Guys and enjoys the collaboration with Gale and Steven in creating unique vocal and instrumental arrangements. Mike contributes lead and harmony vocals and plays lead and rhythm guitar.


 

Yet Another Tall Guy:
   Steven Simpson
   Upright Bass

Other Instruments Played:

   Banjo, Ukelele,
   Mandolin, Guitar


Other Endeavors:
    Member of "Crow Hill"
        Bluegrass Band

Steven is an ordained pastor serving St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Amityville, PA.  Steven (6’ 4" Tall-Guy) is the bass player in the band and occasionally plays the ukulele or banjo. He has sung in church and community choirs, performed in musical theater, sang the bass aria (The Trumpet Shall Sound) in Handel’s Messiah, and performed with a barbershop quartet while in seminary. A multi-instrumentalist, Steven has played electric bass and guitar in praise bands, mandolin, ukulele, and resophonic guitar in other bands, and is the banjo player in the local bluegrass band, Crow Hill. He lists Gospel, Celtic, Ragtime, Folk, Jazz, Salsa, and Bluegrass as his favorite music genres.

 
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