Kirsten Plambeck - Lead Vocals
Kirsten started belting out tunes at the age of 8 when she would take her little turntable to the old folks home and sing along with Donny Osmond records (officially the start of the Karaoke craze I guess!). She kept on a-singin right through junior high and high school where she and her rock band played all around the midwest. Since moving to Arizona in 1988, Kirsten has been involved in several music projects. One of the highlights was when her duo Gypsy Wind had the pleasure of opening for Pat Benatar! Heavily influenced by Bette Midler and Janis Joplin, Kirsten brings passion and power to the mic!
Kriss Heintz - Guitar
Kriss started his musical career as a junior in high school when he needed to fill a high school credit requirement. Thinking it would be an easy A, he took a music class and soon discovered his ultimate passion and a hidden talent…the guitar. "The guys I hung around with had a rock band. I'd hang out with them while they practiced and I'd watch the guitarist and I'd go home & try to replicate what he did. That's how I taught myself the chords and licks. After a whole lot of practicing, I learned the entire set of the band's original music. I had picked it up, just from watching them play. They were simply amazed. Next thing you know I'm in the band and rocking away…living my dream. Kriss has been a fan of music his entire life. Although he likes all genres of music, rock is nearest and dearest to his heart. Self taught, his guitar idols have played a huge part in his talent development. "I was always a huge Alex Leifson (of Rush) fan and really appreciate the great rock guitarists like Brian May of Queen, David Gilmour of Pink Floyd & Michael Schenker of UFO. I love the way those guys could make the guitar scream or cry. They really knew how to mix a wide range of styles into their music." Since the beginning of his musical journey, Kriss has been in many original and cover projects. He has opened for music legends such as Sammy Hagar, Journey, Foreigner and Lynch Mob.