MARTIN MCCALL...(DRUMS) Martin has performed with many greats in the music field, such as:  Larry Coryell (World-renowned guitarist), Mark O'Connor (Three time National fiddle and mandolin champion), Patrice Pike (Little Sister), Chuck Rainey (Steely Dan), Brad Houser (Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians), and Jerry LaCroix (wrote and performed on Edgar Winter's "White Trash" album, and member of "Blood Sweat & Tears" horn section) .  Martin brings a multitude of versatility and talent to the table, and "Walkin' The Line" is proud to have him aboard.  With his acute attention to detail, Martin effortlessly does justice to his tribute to W.S. "Fluke" Holland.   

FRANCHOT JOHNSTON...(BASS) From Rockabilly to Western Swing to Blues, Franchot has been playing Doghouse Stand-up Bass the old fashioned way, slappin' gut strings 'til his hands bleed!  Franchot has torn up the Texas Rockabilly scene for many years, performing covers and originals with many local and touring Artists.  Franchot not only contributes the awesome visual effect of the stand-up bass, but also the talent and natural charisma to serve justice to his homage to the great Marshall Grant! 

DAVE ERVIN...(GUITAR)  Playing everything from Christian praise to Classic Rock, Dave is a lifelong musician.  Currently in Coppell, TX, Dave is the leader of his praise group at his Church, and also manager and lead guitarist for the Dallas based Celtic group "Selkie Girls".  Dave has been with "Walkin' The Line" since 2007, and boy does he play it HOT...just like Luther Perkins!

BENNIE WHEELS...Bennie began his entertainment career as an Elvis Tribute Artist.  Although successful, working for Dallas' top look a like agencies, performing countless corperate events, live concerts, private functions, and with many contest wins (including two-time "Images Of The King" World Competition Finalist), he soon realized that with over 100,000 Elvis Tribute acts, it was a flooded market.  When the hit movie, "Walk The Line" was released, Bennie was drawn to the story and music of the legendary JOHNNY CASH.  After touring Sun Records (Memphis, TN) in the Summer of 2006, he vowed to learn how to play the guitar that had gathered dust in his office for so long, and give his best shot as a Johnny Cash Tribute Artist.  Instantly, Bennie realized that his vocal registry had an uncanny likeness to Johnny Cash in every way...even his normal speaking voice.  And even from the first moment hitting the stage as "Johnny Cash", it was perfectly clear how natural Bennie's tribute to The Man In Black came to him!