We move from Culver City California to Las Vegas in 2015 and decided to bring our Cowboy heritage and music to Henderson. We wanted to make people smile with excellent musicianship and harmonies in a laid-back atmosphere of the creative Western - Americana Genre.
In the past 6 years we have been able to network with the Southern Nevada Bluegrass Society and other Western artists finding an open camaraderie with other local Western Bands.
As a result CrossFire has built a cover band consisting of 4 core members with our Satellite Members AKA, 'Galaxy of The Stars", 5 members, who play with us as available. Our style of music genres are: Western, Americana, Country and 50-70's classic Country and R&Roll for the Marketplace.
We've played many community outreaches in Boulder City, Mt Charleston, Pahrump, Blue Diamond & Las Vegas. ____________________
Randy was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. As a child, he lived in New Orleans, Canada, and Midland Texas, finally moving to Southern California with his mother. She instilled in him the belief that life was an adventure to be traveled, with endless possibilities.
His early musical influences ranged from the jazz of Pete Fountain and Dave Brubeck to the Motown Sound of the 60’s and 70’s to the rock of Jimi Hendrix and Led Zepplin. His first band in high school, The Wanderin’ Kind, came close to securing a recording contract with Universal Music. He took a different path for a while, opening the first of 3 vegetarian restaurants in Hermosa & Redondo Beach California. __________________
"My introduction to Western music came through meeting my cowgirl sweetheart, Pamela, at Church on the Beach in Hermosa Beach. Over the next 35 plus years we played music together in a variety of bands."
Randy lives in Henderson, Nevada with Pamela. His passion for music fully realized, he founded Ground Floor Music Studio and CrossFire with Pam and continues to enjoy the adventure ! _____________________
Pam, a third generation performer, carries on a family tradition. Her grandparents met in 1913 while performing in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. They moved to Hollywood in the 1920’s to get involved in the new motion picture industry. Her father sang and played several instruments in a family band, The Westernaires, with his brother and sister in law. They appeared on television and on the radio. Watch Culver City Cowboys: Paste Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lc3pBRk-8hU&t=5s&frags=pl%2Cwn
Pam has played bass, percussion, guitar and sang with a variety of Rock, Christian, Blues and Country Western bands. Her favorite was The New Westernaires, a family band with her parents and husband. They performed classic western tunes together for over 10 years and were well received by audiences of all ages. Pam and her husband have played as a duo, Pam on guitar and Randy on keyboards, for over 30 years.
Her musical influences range from The Sons of the Pioneers and Willie Nelson to The Eagles and The Doobie Brothers. Pam’s love of the Old West and owning several horses led her to the Palos Verdes Peninsula Horsemen's Association and a position on their Board of Directors. She founded the Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival in Palos Verdes, California over 30 years ago and it is still a popular event today.
" I love reading, painting, hiking and horseback-riding, as well as playing music and recording with my husband in our studio." Pam lives in Henderson, Nevada with her husband, Randy.
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