In the Texas panhandle town of Pampa, Texas, Loagan Helton arrived June 23, 1990. Loagan is a second year college student on rodeo scholarship who attends full time attaining a degree in agricultural science. Loagan is an all around cowboy who works both ends of the arena. He is not only an accomplished calf roper and team roper but also rides bulls competatively. Some of Loagan's most prized posessions are his champion bred bucking bulls with blood lines of the famous Bodacious, Mossy Oak Mudslinger and Playboys Skoal. Loagan began his music career at age four with a fiddle in his hand but later began playing guitar and mandolin then discovered a love for singing and song writing. Loagan is the son of Wade Helton and Jenny Helton Gillispie.

Born Robert Lane Hedeman June 5, 1991, Lane arrived the oldest of two sons to Tuff & Tracy Hedeman of Morgan Mill, Texas. Lane, a sophomore at Weatherford College attends full time via rodeo scholarship. Lane is not only an accomplished calf roper and team roper but is known as an avid golfer and exemplorary student as well. When not attending school Lane travels with his father Tuff Hedeman, world champion bull rider and founder of the Championship Bull Riders Association. Lane's love for music was first inspired by Texas singer - songwriter Charlie Robison. It was Charlie who gave Lane his first guitar which is one of many in an impressive collection of fine hand crafted acoustic instruments owned by this 19 year old aspiring musician.