The Pedal steel guitar is a major component of the 'Real Country sound' and is contributed by Curry Coster. Curry found out at an early age, that the pedal steel was the instrument that he wanted to play, and has dedicated many years to the instrument.  One of the finest pedal steel guitarists around, Curry has studied the instrument with former Texas Troubadour Buddy Charleton and has shared the stage with artists such as Lester Flatt, The Smothers Brothers, Shenandoah, Hank Thompson, Norma Jean, and others. His musical ability and dedication to traditional country music is an important part of all Real Country performances.  
Covering the drumming responsibilities as well as lead and harmony vocals is Mike Jones.  From an early age, Mike fell in love with country music and the sound of Texas western-swing.  Ray Price, Ernest Tubb, Buck Owens and George Strait are just a few that been influential to Mike's musical taste.  He has shared the stage with many legendary country artists including Dan Seals and Barbara Fairchild and has always kept a strong commitment to keep it country.
Contributing the fiddle and occasional vocal performance is Jerry Holmes.  Jerry is a veteran performer and studio musician and an avid fan of traditional country, bluegrass and western swing.  He was employed for a time by Grammy award winning duo, 'The Kendall's,' and has shared the stage with many performers including Garth Brooks and Johnny Paycheck.