Bubba and The RedRock Outlaws perform Classic and Modern Country, including a growing catalog of original music that combines the wide ranging influences of this eclectic group of musicians. In addition to country, Bubba and the band play some Rock and Blues. They have been performing around Eastern Utah ad Western Colorado, headlining and opening for acts like Josh Gracin, of American Idol fame.
Bubba Bartosh, front man, lead singer and band leader, is an accomplished country music performer and song writer from San Marcos, Texas. He has played alongside such legends as Waylon Jennings, Willy Nelson, George Jones, George Strait, Ray Charles, Ray Price, and Johnny Paycheck (just to name a few), and has recorded with the great country hall of famer Whitey Shafer.
Brian Vasquez, sound engineer ( and bass player when called upon), came to Moab in 2005, from New York City to pursue his passion for mountain biking. Brian has performed, and produced, Progressive Rock, Hip Hop and Electronica music.
Weylin Clang, drummer and singer, came to Moab in 2005 from Nebraska. He has a broad range of musical knowledge, from Classic Country to Hard Rock. Weylin has played in Country jam bands in Nebraska and brings his driving style and attitude to The RedRock Outlaws.
Joey Ganino, keyboards, rhythm guitar and singer, is a talented, creative and energetic multi-instrumentalist. He sings, plays keyboard, guitar, drums, and most anything else that can make music. Joey has fronted Alternative Rock and Punk bands in, and around, his hometown of Price , Utah.
James Grantham, lead guitarist and singer, came to Moab in 2009, bringing his swampy blues and rock style from his former homes of New Orleans, La and Macon, Ga. He has played in Rock, Blues and Metal bands in Ontario, Georgia and Louisiana.
Tamera Freida, fiddle player, runs the Moab strings teaching program, has a Masters degree in violin and plays for both the San Juan Symphony and the Arizona Opera. Her extensive skill and talent add another layer of sound to the RedRock Outlaws.
Ken Colyar, bass player and singer, has been in Moab (where he raised his family) for 25 years. Ken is a talented musician, playing with several bands over the years, including a ten year run with The Bar-M Wranglers - a Moab institution.