Bill Boyd

William "Bill" Boyd studied horn first with his father, John M. Boyd Sr., followed by Oren A. Henning. He received a BA in Music from the University of South Florida, where he studied horn with Ward O. Fern, followed by Ralph O. Froelich.

 Bill has taught horn at Hillsborough Community College and the University of Tampa, as well as several middle and high schools in the Tampa Bay area. Many of his students have gone on to perform and teach music professionally.

 Bill has played with several orchestras in the Tampa area, a brass quintet, Ensemble de'Cors, a horn quartet, as well as the Sarasota Concert Band. He currently performs with the Cumberland County Community Band, the Cookeville Community Band, the Southern Stars Symphonic Brass, the Clarion Brass Quintet, and the First Baptist Church of Cookeville orchestra.

Andy Hammond

Andy began playing trumpet as a 6th grader in Collierville, TN. He went on to complete a music education degree at Mississippi State University, studying under Dr. Michael Huff, and a Masters of Music at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX. He has performed with a number of different ensembles, including the Starkville Symphony Orchestra, MSU Wind Ensemble, MSU Famous Maroon Band, Five Guys with Horns brass quintet, and New Sound jazz ensemble.

Andy loves to see students uncover the gift of music and use it for the glory of Christ. He also serves as the worship pastor at Stevens Street Baptist Church, planning and leading Sunday worship services and overseeing choir, orchestra, and church communications.