Siblings Danielle, Kris and Nick Schnebelen grew up with the Blues. Their parents, Bob and Lisa, were active in the thriving Kansas City Blues scene, playing in local bands and competing in the Kansas City Blues Challenge. Bob and Lisa’s band didn’t make it to the International Blues Challenge in Memphis — but their kids did. When TUF arrived in Memphis for the 2008 IBC they were followed by huge, wildly enthusiastic throngs of hometown supporters, eager to cheer for their favorite musical family. And when TUF took First Place in the competition and Nick won the Albert King award for best guitarist, it was a sweet victory for the Schnebelen family and for Kansas City itself. TUF has been on a roll ever since, becoming popular repeat headliners at clubs, festivals and cruises around the world and releasing CDs and a DVD on their own label.
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|Mark Selby is a native of Oklahoma and Kansas now based in Nashville. He has established himself as a quadruple - threat talent: a gifted songwriter with serious guitar chops, with a voice to match and a producer. As a songwriter: Mark has written more than ten top-40 singles and 4 #1 hits.|
Mark is married to singer – songwriter Tia Sillers. Tia is perhaps best known as the writer of the Grammy award winning Best Country Song - “I Hope You Dance”. Together they have written over a dozen hit singles. Two of those singles include, “There’s Your Trouble”, the Dixie Chicks' Grammy-winning number one smash and Kenny Wayne Shepherd's “Blue on Black”, which topped the rock and blues charts for an amazing 17 weeks and was named Billboard Magazine's Rock Track of the Year!Learn more about Mark Selby