Silva Saxon, Jr. was born in Sylacauga, Alabama and raised in Gonzalez, Florida. He was part of the Tate High School Marching
Band, received music degrees from Pensacola Junior College and the University of West Florida, and played saxophone in the
Silva has played with many bands during his career and one of his most favorite times, he played Keyboards, Saxophone
and Flute for "The Mighty Carousels", known as "The Show Band of the South" and they were the opening
act for many well know artist.
John Anderson, John Conley, Leon Everett, The Forrester Sisters, Billy Joe Royal, Dr. Hook, B. J. Thomas and the list
Fellow musicians have referred to him as "The King of Chords and The God of Tones."
He is a Member of BMI as a Songwriter and his single, "By The Ocean," was released December 2011.
Sandra Kaye Hinnant, born and raised in Pensacola Florida with the Beach and Church being a big part of her childhood.
Her music roots started with the choir and progressed to a career of bringing happiness to masses for over 30 years. She formed
a "Road Band" at age 22, and played the "Circuits" through Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama,
Louisiana and Texas! She met some inspiring people like Pee Wee King, Con Hunley, Steven Pride, Ken Rainey, Don Desheild,
Jim Ed Brown, Stella Parton, Bill Anderson and the list goes on. She also recorded with Pensacola's own, "Clayton Ivey"
at the "Wishbone Studio" in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Sandra left the road and headed home to work with Terry Thomas and "The Mighty Carousels" which became known
as "The Show Band of the South" and they were the opening act for many well know artist; John Anderson, John Conley,
Leon Everett, The Forrester Sisters, Billy Joe Royal, Dr. Hook, B. J. Thomas and many more. The crowd roar was extremely loud
when Sandra Kaye was asked to join Billy Joe Royal on stage to sing "Members Only"! "The Mighty Carousels"
were very tight and untouchable in Pensacola, Florida! The music was precise and the band had the ability to raise the hair
on your arm.
June 1992, Sandra Kaye formed a new band "The LEGEND Band" to assist Gene Chong in the reopening of his legendary
club "Gene's Lounge". As the new club underwent changes, so did the band. Silva Saxon was working with "Dicks
Hat Band" at the time and decided to come home to help Sandra Kaye build a stronger band.
April 2010 she joined Midnight Confessions and was at Nolans for the last night of fun before they closed the door, January
She signed with BMI in 1983 as a Songwriter and Publisher. So far, she's been blessed with the opportunity to hear 3 of
her original songs ("Grandma's Song", "Hard Drinkin' Good Timin' Woman", "ICW Cowboy") on mainstream
radio and performed one of her songs on the Nashville Network, "You Can Be A Star".
Her newest CD, "Mountain Love" was released 1/31/2019 and contains 5 of her originals.