Stayce Roberts - Lead Vox & chop shop
Stayce Roberts was born and raised Canadian, Texas, and had a natural talent for music since early childhood. In 1985, Stayce, along with his brother Randy and bassist Malcolm Paris, left for California to form the band that would eventually become, The Brave. In 1991, they signed with Pakaderm Records under the production of John and Dino Elefante, at which time they released two records with many hits ranking in the CCM Top 10. After The Brave disbanded in 1994, Roberts continued to develop his musical skill set as a song writer and session guitarist, playing with Grammy winning artists All-4-One on several albums, and co-writing 3 songs with the group. Stayce wears several hats when it comes to production; while song-writing is still his first love, he is also an accomplished multi-instrumentalist, wielding skills on guitar, piano and vocals. Currently, he has stepped up to lend his vocal talents as the new lead vocalist for The Brave, and penned 12 new songs for the upcoming album, Evie's Little Garden.
Birthplace: Menard, Texas
Instruments: Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Influences: Neal Schon, Jeff Watson, Paul Gilbert, Bruce Bouillet, Randy Rhoads, Eddie Van Halen