Blasts from the Past-Foundations for the Future
David Kevin Lamb, Organist, is a graduate of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where he studied the organ with Oswald Ragatz and Marilyn Keiser. Currently the Director of Music and Organist for the First United Methodist Church in Columbus, Indiana, he has presented guest organ recitals in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Washington, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Concert engagements in Europe have included presentations in Austria, France, and Germany. Dr. Lamb's professional experiences include work in the realms of concert organist, choral director, church organist, singer, voice teacher, accompanist, pit player, music administrator, public school teacher, college instructor, workshop leader, clinician, and recording artist. Brian "Slick" Anderson attended the prestigious Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, studying with world renowned trumpet professor William Adam and graduating in 1988 with a Bachelor of Music Degree in Trumpet Performance. After numerous freelance, theme park and cruise ship gigs, Brian spent six and a half years with the Clyde Beatty-Cole Brothers Circus and is now in his 12th year as lead trumpet and assistant music conductor with Field Entertainment's Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey Circus - "The Greatest Show on Earth." John Little has been a featured soloist with the Jewish Community Orchestra of Louisville,Ky., the Southern Indiana Chapter of The American Guild of Organists, The Kentucky Music Educators National Conference convention, The Kentucky Music Teachers National Association conference. Mr. Little has appeared as a recitalist at colleges and Universities in both Kentucky and Indiana. As a free lance musician Mr. Little can be heard performing throughout Indiana and Kentucky in various musical settings. John Little has been an Artist in Residence at Bellarmine University and is a member of the horn and music theory faculty at the University of Louisville in the Preparatory department. He holds the B.A. and M.M. from the University of Louisville and has studied at the New School of Music in Philadelphia.