- Current members
- Ronnie Winter - lead vocals
- Joey Westwood - bass
- Josh Burke - lead guitar
- Randy Winter - rhythm guitar
- Kristopher Comeaux - drums, percussion
- Former members
- Jon Wilkes - drums, percussion
- Duke Kitchens - lead guitar, vocals
- Thomas Wurth - bass guitar,
- Thomas Amason - rhythm guitar,
- Elias Reidy - rhythm guitar
- Matt Carter - rhythm guitar
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