Contestant in the KHTS 2013 Texaco Country Showdown Preliminary Round
Tyler Kershaw(Lead Singer/rhythm guitar)
Tyler, son of cajun/country ledgend Doug Kershaw, has been a working musician since 17. Performing all across the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia. Playing 9 different instruments in all trypes of genres. From ska to rock to cajun to country. Started on drums at the age of 4 to lead singer/guitarist of a national radio contest winner. He continues to bring a new edge to country music with his " AC/DC shirt with a cowboy at" on approach to loud, live and large country music. It has been said that once the Bourbon County train starts rollin, Look out. Because it just don't stop!
Kevin Fosmark(Lead guitar/Backup vocals)
Kevin, hailing from Michigan is a Musicians Institute graduate, and is known for his love for both 80's metal, and country pickin'. Whether it's a spot on cover of Kick Start My Heart by Montley Crue, or a chicken pickin' solo from Brad Paisley, he brings the goods. He has been gaining local L.A. fame for his amazing stage persona, burnin' guitar riffs, and killer backup vocals. Leather pants and a cowboy hat is just the beginning (ladies...)
Timothy Jimenez is a LA based drummer who got his start making records and touring with the Rave Ups (Epic Records). He went on to play with numerous artists including the Steve Carlson Band and Kane, winner of the Young Guns competition at Country Thunder. He is currently working with Willie Chambers of the famed Chambers Brothers, and now, Bourbon County.
Tim, son of one of the singers from the band " Three Dog Night " has been an L.A. staple since he was in grade school. Performing on multiple instruments in every band he could get his hands on. In the past few years Tim has opened up his own recording studio and is booked non-stop as a producer. In 2012 was a Grammy nominee for one of his many, many recording sessions. But since joining Bourbon County it has re-lite a fire in him for the live performance. All smiles and all fire rips from his fingers.
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