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Laureen Deibert

Guitarist and Singer

She began playing the electric guitar in her high school stage band at age 16, and has played music all over the world - including pubs in Florence, Italy. entertaining friends in Sweden, Norway, and Denmark with her California Folk sound, back in the 80's.

Here in Charleston, she has played as a member of the Wing Nuts, with Al Wall and Ferris Williams in Sugar Hill, and is currently the "front man” for Dreamland Party Band, a popular classic Rock band that has played together since 2010.

She keeps both Wildflower Station and Dreamland together with her love of music, love of her bandmates, and ability to lead.

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Steve Allen

Guitarist and Singer

Steve started music in the "garage band" craze of the 70's, maybe late 60's. Back then, garage bands meant the bands really played in the garage!  His first band was named after a town they found by searching the map for cool sounding named towns, and then spent the next year wondering what they were thinking.

Steve started playing 6 string acoustic in college, and got "hooked" on acoustic arrangements.  He and 3 friends won a music contest and played onstage at an A&M concert.  He has been "chasing the sound" ever since.

You will have see him all around Charleston, playing at various venues; his vocals & guitar playing are one of a kind.

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Ferris Williams

Lead Bass Guitarist

Ferris entertained the troops at Service Clubs in both Vietnam and Germany where he was stationed in the Army. He has played in Blues Bands, Rock Bands, and in Detroit & Chicago, in a very popular wedding band called the Fifth Set . Since the 90's, he teamed with Al Wall and Sugar Hill.

He has an incredible memory of millions of songs - name it, he'll play it!  Ferris also is lead guitarist in Dreamland Party Band, starting the band with Laureen when she left Sugar Hill to start a rock band.

Ferris plays lead with a great "Chet Atkins" picking style that not too many can emulate.  He is truly a joy to watch.