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Robin Langdon - lead vocalist - drums    

Robin hails from Brooklyn, New York where he received his musical training at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music. While in the USA he worked with many artists including Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Brook Benton, The Sherelles, The Ronnettes, Ruby and the Romantics and Lenny Welch. In 1970 he moved to Toronto where for two years he was in the pit at the Royal Alexandra Theatre.  He recorded many radio and TV jingles for companies like Home Hardware, Big Steel, Petrochelli, Stitches, Sears and Labatts.  He had parts on SCTV and the movies “Nobody Makes Me Cry”, “The Terry Fox Story”, “Strange Brew” and several other films for HBO. Robin has performed as a lead singer with several prominent Toronto Bands including Citylites, Bill Berle, The Saul Helman Band, Barry Stein Band, Earl Parnes Band, Bob DeAngelis Band and many others.

Shelley Miller - lead vocalist - bass    
  Shelley was born and grew up in Toronto. As a young teen, Shelley started playing guitar and bass in folk-singing groups and small jazz ensembles. Inspired later by the Beatles and then by Chicago, Shelley decided a career in music was the right move. He made his living as a freelance studio and live player until the mid 80's, when computers took over much of the recording world. At that point, Shelley became a band leader in the private and corporate party world. He retired from his own band in 2004 but continues to enjoy an active freelance career. Some of the bands he played in over the years were The Tempos, The Stan Hiltz Orchestra, Father, Chameleon, The Barry Stein Band, The Saul Helman Band, The Majestics, and several others.
Sharon Smith - lead vocalist - percussion    

After graduating from York University with an Honours Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Jazz Performance, Sharon embarked on a performance career that included musical theatre, nightclubs, family and corporate parties, radio and television commercials, live television appearances and liturgical Jewish repertoire in the synagogue.  Some of the local bands she sang with were (are), A Touch of Class, Music Machine, The Barry Stein Band, The Saul Helman Band, The Shelley Miller Band, The Starlight Orchestra, Rick Sonata, and many, many others.  With the birth of her children, she became interested in early childhood music and trained to become a teacher.  Sharon is currently very active as a professional singer, teaching children music using the Orff method for the Toronto District School Board, and running her own private music classes for young children.


Gerry Reid - lead vocalist - guitar & flute    
  Gerry Reid has been a professional musician for nearly thirty years. Born in Orillia, he first picked up a guitar at the age of six, and performed as lead singer and guitarist in a band at eight years old. In high school Gerry began to play flute, which lead to advanced classical performance studies at York University in Toronto. He specialized in symphonic and chamber music, and toured Ontario with the York Woodwind Quintet. After university he returned to his roots as a singer and guitarist, and released an album of original songs on MCA Records. Two of the songs from the album went on to the Canadian pop charts. Over the years Gerry has played all styles of music from jazz to rock, and his voice can be heard on many commercials, television, and album sessions, most recently on the 2009 `Martha and the Muffins’ release Delicate. Gerry has worked in countless bands in the Toronto area and frequently performs with some of the best musicians in Canada. Gerry has an had an ongoing association with the members of One More Time for more than 25 years.
Don Guinn - keyboards    
  Don was born and educated in Toronto.  He holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Toronto and his A.R.C.T. from the Royal Conservatory. He has made his living in Toronto playing jazz, pop, and classical music. He works extensively with synthesizers to provide live, multi-layered soundscapes. His piano styles include:  ragtime, Fats Waller stride piano and Dr. John New Orleans as well as traditional swing, pop and Latin. His career also includes work as a piano teacher of professionals, a musical director (Dust Around the Edges, Yukon Gold, Man with a Load of Mischief, and The Washed-Up Blondes) arranger (Jump, Jive and Swing and Lonesome Kitty), a composer (True North, Dust Around the Edges), as well as accompanist. He has performed in many Toronto dance bands including The Saul Helman Band, The Eddie Graf Big Band, The Rick Levine Band, The Bob DeAngelis Band and more.  Don has worked with Rob and Shelley extensively over the last thirty years. 

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