Over the past several years, Barry has performed in many different genres of music. In the 1960's, at an early age of 15, Barry performed in a band called the Gremlins. They released a 45 rpm titled "Wait" and "Everybody Needs a Love." The song's youthful energy and insistent hooks didn't translate into big sales figures (South Bend Tribune, 11/21, 2010). In 1996, "Wait" was chosen for the first track on the album "Teenage Shutdown: You Treated Me Bad." The song became very popular in Europe, especially Germany. Their songs are good-natured, feisty, and energetic. Separately and together, they are seasoned musicians who skillfully intertwine paths of rock, modern country, jazz, blues, popular music, and instrumentals.
The musicians on these albums are as follows: Dr. Eugene Halton (Harmonica), Barry Ray Heflick (Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Rhythm Guitar on "Just Wanna Say I Love You"), Brenda K. Horein (Vocals, Keyboards, Percussion), Tom Horein (Bass Guitar, Recording), Cory Kiser (Drums and Bongos), LaMonte Heflick (Lead Guitar on "Wait"), Chuck Smith (Steel Guitar), and Nick Dean Yoder (Lead and Rhythm Guitar).
Final mix by Nashville North.