Meet The Mighty Messengers of Soul Band Terry Wiley Long-time Durham favorite, Terry delivers charismatic Soul. His vocals keep the dance floor filled and the smiles going. His passion is connecting to you, his audience. Delaney Mcquaig "Mr.Showtime" has enthralled audiences around the world, from the Queen of England to Las Vegas. Delaney's "skin on strings" guitar virtuosity allows nuanced playing while his mesmerizing vocals transport you to Soul. Bill Beamon Bill's first band went on to become Atlantic Starr and he's been playing sax ever since. You'll hear echoes of Grover Washington and Kim Waters in his creative approach to delivering music that satisfies your Soul. Gary Messenger Gary caught the music bug at age 8 with a toy guitar for busking - it worked! Becoming serious about the harp and percussion, he's played with numerous bands and now adds General managerto his band duties. Ken Smith Ken cut his chops in Georgetown Washington DC, playing bass for the 10-piece horn band, The Admirals. Keeping that pocket tight, he maintains the heartbeat so the Soul shines through. Every note serves the song. Cedric Hardin From thumping with the washing machine as a kid to touring with American Idol and opening for James Brown, The Temptations and others - Cedric's been there. Playing with Ben E. King then and Stanley Baird now have made him who he is. Playing so you'll remember him keeps him going. James Yourse "Coffee" grinds so fine, he's been the mainstay for many bands. Finding a song he can't play on his magical keys would be a bet you don't want to take.