Blayze Campbell recently graduated from Centennial High School in Frisco, Texas. At Centennial, he was immersed into all music groups within the Centennial Band including marching band, jazz ensemble, wind ensembles, orchestra ensembles, and various percussion ensembles. During this time, he performed in many competitions at the regional, area, and state levels. He has been under the instruction of Seth McConnell, Derrick Logozzo, Tim Linley and Jackie Hartenberger throughout his seven years as a percussionist. Blayze is now attending the University of North Texas as a percussion performance major.
Christopher Mullins is a student at the University of North Texas, currently in his second year of pursuing a double major in percussion performance and physics. While at UNT he has studied under Christopher Deane, Paul Rennick, and Mark Ford, and performed with the concert band, as well as the UNT Drumline and 1:00 Classical Percussion Ensemble. This summer he participated in the Drum Corps International 2009 Tour, playing marimba with Spirit Drum and Bugle Corps. His other interests include science, philosophy, German language and culture, computer programming, and he frequently enjoys swimming, reading, hanging out with friends, and practicing.