Singer. Songwriter. Medical student. One of these things is not like the others, but Zach DuBois is living proof that the 3 are not mutually exclusive. For the past 7 years, DuBois was based out of Nashville, TN touring full-time as a singer-songwriter, hitting the road with the likes of Turnpike Troubadours, American Aquarium, Josh Abbott Band, Old Dominion, Jack Ingram, and Radney Foster. However, in the fall of 2018, DuBois returned to his native Indiana to begin medical school. In addition to his studies, he is still writing, recording, and touring – proving that it is possible to pursue more than one passion in life. A heady songwriter and story-teller lauded by CMT and Billboard, living somewhere between John Denver and John Mellencamp, DuBois has 3 studio albums under his belt with plans to release a new batch of songs in 2019.
Cynthia has a BS in Pharmacy from Purdue University and an MM in Church Music (with the highest distinction) from Valparaiso University. Her piano teachers included Norah Hawbaker and Dr. Greg Davis (University of Evansville). She studied organ under Clara Woolley (Ancilla College), Paul Anderson, Dr. Andrew McShane (Notre Dame University), and Dr. John Bernthal (Valparaiso University) and organ improvisation with Dr. Lorraine Brugh (Valparaiso University). She has been an accompanist for the Plymouth High School Choral Department, Missoula Children’s Theatre, Marshall County Chorus, Encore Productions “Messiah”, Culver Military Academy, Maxinkuckee Players, and accompanist for ISSMA District and State Contests for vocal and band students. While at Valparaiso University, Cynthia accompanied University Singers, accompanied Chapel Services, and presented two organ recitals. Her career paths have been varied, including working as a pharmacist, elementary music teacher, church musician, and retail store manager. Currently, she is an Oblate of St. Meinrad Monastery, plays for Sunday Mass at St. Dominic Church in Bremen, and works full-time at the Countertop Shoppe. She is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, a National Music Honour Society. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, hiking, water-color, and pencil sketching. She is married to Mike and they have two sons, Stephen and Anthony.