Josh Culley is a Nashville native who took an interest in Irish and Scottish music as a teenager.  He started his first Irish band (Bards of a Feather) while in high school and has been performing ever since.  In addition to singing, Josh plays Irish bouzouki, guitar, flute, tin whistle, bodhran (Irish Drum), accordion, harp, and Highland bagpipes.  He performs weekly with the Nashville-based Irish trio Nosey Flynn at McNamara's Irish Pub in Donelson.

Sean Patrick McNamara is the great-great grandson of John McNamara, an Irish Immigrant who came to America from the county Kildare in 1848. Sean first visited Ireland in the fall of 1994 and fell in love with the culture and music.  In 1995, Sean moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music. His first gig was at Mulligan’s Irish Pub. It was at Mulligan’s that Sean met his wife Paula, who immigrated to America from County Down, Northern Ireland, in 1997. They were married two years later in Paula’s home town of Newry. Sean has made numerous trips with Paula and their family back to Ireland. These trips continue to influence his approach to Irish music and his love for Irish Culture!!   Sean has shared the stage with Finbar Furey, Sean Keane, Bohola and the Brock MaGuire Band. It is this experience as well as his time in Ireland with his wife Paula that has given Sean the vision and the passion to create his distinctive Irish Sound.

David Coe began playing fiddle in southern Oklahoma where he was born and raised. David always pursued his strong interest in Irish music eventually making his way to Ireland and studying at the prestigious “Guinness School of Musicology” (i.e. playing in pubs with great local Irish musicians). In the late 1980’s David moved to Nashville where he kept up a steady schedule of touring and recording. He began playing with the Nashville Irish band The Rogues in the 1990’s as well as doing his own regular performances and workshops at the Country Music Hall of Fame.