Band Members

  • Marshall Potts  (Singer/Songwriter)

    Marshall Potts (Singer/Songwriter)

    Marshall is a singer/songwriter from Kamloops, B.C. His crossover writing style has found acceptance in the Americana, Country Rock and Rock formats. Marshall not only writes inspiring music and lyrics, he mixes in ringing interwoven guitar lines and buoyant arena-rock beats, while delivering a universal message of positivity and optimism. 2 movie soundtrack credits, 3 cd releases, International and Canadian radio play, and international touring.
  • Chris MacAlpine  (Drums)

    Chris MacAlpine (Drums)

    Chris’s dad put sticks in his hand at the young age of 2 and he has been hooked ever since. The first band he formed was in grade 4 and continued throughout high school. After graduating high school, he took to the road performing in numerous bar bands playing the Canadian Bar circuit for many years. Chris’ biggest influences were Alice Cooper, KISS and Pat Travers.
  • Kirby Kaye (Guitar)

    Kirby Kaye (Guitar)

    Kirby is originally from Montreal, Quebec. Kirby was lead guitarist, writer and producer for Whiskey Jane for 11 amazing years. Nominated for multiple BCCMA, WCMA, CCMA awards with various groups including Whiskey Jane and Hunting Giants as well as a Leo Nominated film composer. A talented multi-instrumentalist, Kirby brings his talents, production, arranging, writing and guitar prowess to the table.
  • Stephen G Franz (Bass)

    Stephen G Franz (Bass)

    Steve has been in a band since 1984. Previous bands include Decade, Dirty Dick and the Trojan Test Pilots, Raised by Cain and Tequila Cowboys. Lover of most genres of music, tolerant of the rest. Grew up on the Bay City Rollers, Kiss, Abba, Elvis and classic country. Hails from Abbotsford in Beautiful British Columbia. Father, Brother, Uncle, Husband, friend and band mate.
  • Mitchell Potts - Keyboards

    Mitchell Potts - Keyboards

    Mitchell is a musician, portrait artist and graphic designer. He has toured Canada and the US and enjoys getting lost in the creative experience.