Having won all of the major singing awards at Feis Ceoil, Dublin and having represented Ireland at the BBC’s Cardiff ‘Singer of the World’ competition, he began his solo career in 1990 with the release of his first best-selling album ‘Because’.
Frank Patterson (October 5, 1938 – June 10, 2000) was an internationally renowned Irish tenor following in the tradition of singers such as Count John McCormack and Josef Locke. He was known as "Ireland's Golden Tenor".
Gene Stuart played in a few bands but got his big break when Larry Cunningham left the Mighty Avons. He replace Larry in 1969 and had success for about 4 years until he fell ill in 1973. His absence of 6 months meant that the original band members had changed and soon after returning he fomed a new band and had many successes as Gene Stuart and the Homesteaders.
Vic Wilson was born in Northern Ireland. A trained musician he has played in numerous Irish Country bands since he was a teenager and has been greatly influenced by the brilliant Irish Show-bands of yesteryear. He took to the stage for the first time at the tender age of 5 and has been on stage quite a few times since.