Vocals | Acoustic Guitar
Lannette grew up singing in a musical family. She is the daughter of Clifford Brasher of the Brasher Brothers in the Alabama Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Pat Brasher who sang vintage country when country wasn't vintage at The Town N' Country Jamboree in Leeds Alabama.
Bass | Vocals
Marc Navez spent many years in the Los Angeles music scene performing at iconic West Hollywood music venues including Whisky a Go Go, The Troubadour, and The Roxy Theater. A multi-genre player, Marc’s bands have opened for Mr. Mister, Oingo Boingo, and Colin Hay of Men at Work. Marc has also toured France with French pop star, Lio. As a founding member of Birmingham band Crooked Road, Marc has recorded multiple albums and has performed at several music festivals including Birmingham’s City Stages, Mobile’s BayFest, and Huntsville’s Big Spring Jam.
Pedal Steel Guitar | Band Historian
Roy began his musical journey when he was 8 years old and by 12, he was performing on weekly local radio shows with country and bluegrass bands. At 14, he became the lead guitar player for Midnight Cowboys and later went on to join The Travelers. Roy has opened for Emmy Lou Harris, Mickey Gilley, Chubby Checker, and Roy Orbison.
His skills as a guitarist and steel guitar player payed for him to attend Auburn University where he earned a bachelors in Accounting. He built a successful accounting and tax practice with his wife, Nita, and has continued to play with numerous bands. Now semi-retired from accounting, Roy brings his wealth of talent to Rose Colored Glasses.
Drums | Vocals | Guitar | Songwriting
Benton Robbins has been a fixture on the Birmingham music scene for years. Skilled in all musical genres and a frequent club musician, Benton can be seen almost any night of the week laying down anything from country rhythms and soulful blues to classic rock leads, and of course, intricate jazz melodies. Benton cites jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery as a major influence. The quietest member of Rose Colored Glasses, Benton prefers to let his playing speak for itself.