Mike Bruce (Drums)
Mike, American by birth, Alabamian by the grace of God, began his professional career with the group "Warm", criss-crossing the United States for more than ten years and sharing the stage with acts ranging from "Alice Cooper" to "ZZ-Top." The "Warm" rhythm section eventually became the nucleus of the popular regional group "Hillbilly Romeos " who during the nineties were regulars at many of the Southeast's hottest venues including Miss Kitty's and Stonewall's in the Atlanta area. After the demise of the "Romeos" Mike began touring with "Pat Upton and the Downtown Horns." Pat wrote and sang the classic hit "More Today Than Yesterday" while with "The Spiral Staircase." Mike's songwriting credits include "Pig Knuckles and PBR" featured in the movie "Nobody's Baby." - Mike also just came off the road with Billy Bob Thornton's '07 tour.