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Despite his advancing age (49 and counting), Treg believes that rock & roll will keep you young. In harmony with this mantra, he plays rock music all day long while he works and listens to live music every chance he gets. Unfortunately, most of his favorite artists that are still touring are so old that their tours are sponsored by Geritol or Depends.
Treg is the in-house attorney for the coolest company in the world, Advent Companies, which lets him wear jeans and listen to rock while reviewing contracts and litigating disputes with subcontractors. (He keeps a suit in his office in case he needs to run to court.) When he's not litigating or going to concerts. Treg enjoys writing, mountain biking, and spending time with his hot wife, Jenny, and two sassy daughters, Maunia and Sierra. His legal thriller, To Die To Sleep, is currently pending publication. Check it out at www.ToDieToSleep.com.
Tim landed his first job in 1980, washing dishes in a pizza restaurant. He earned $3.10 an hour. When he was 15, he bought his first concert ticket for$11, which gained him entrance to see ZZ Top perform their El Loco tour. Much to the consternation of his parents, he worked throughout high school just enough to earn money to see rock concerts. Tim is a Regulatory Compliance Administrator and still works hard to earn money for concerts. In 2007, he saw ZZ Top again for the fourth time. This time he paid a great deal more than $11; he also didn't have to beg his mom to drive him. Tim loves to spend time with his wife and two boys. He still loves listening to Rock -- particularly the Beatles, Jethro Tull and Van Halen (but not Van Hagar as he never stops beleiving that the original band will reconcile).
Dave grew up in a family that placed a premium on sports and athletics, and he tried to follow suit right up until he discovered Led Zeppelin in junior high and got his first electric guitar in early high school. That began a lifelong love affair with listening to and playing rock music of all sorts--most other interests fell quickly by the wayside. He started his first rock band in high school, attempting to incorporate everything he was learning from Clapton, Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Neil Young, Black Sabbath, Metallica, etc. Dave later let everything take a backseat to music and took a hiatus from college to tour with a band throughout the western U.S. and recorded a few albums. Today, however, he works as a CFO in Southern California and is a settled-down, happily married family guy with four kids. He spends his spare time surfing and occasionally staying up late after the kids are all asleep to play guitar and relive the carefree days of playing in rock bands.