Glenn Buschine - Lead guitar / vocals


Glenn Buschine started playing guitar at the age of nine and through the years of performing on stage, he has honed his own creative and solid style. While playing in a Blues band during the seventh grade he started playing the Bass guitar. At the age of 14 he auditioned with a band in the Bay Area, called Magnuss, and was hired. Glenn quickly became proficient on how to play anything on bass. In 1976 at the age of 17, he resigned from Magnuss and moved to the Reno area. He performed with various local bands over a few years looking for the right combination. While playing in a band from Tucson Arizona called Maybe Naked, their lead guitar player was fired after the first day of a two-day concert. With another performance on the following evening at the same venue, the band leader asked Glenn to fill in and play lead guitar. Without any hesitation Glenn agreed and became their lead guitar player, coming full circle back to lead guitar after about twenty-five years! A founding member of Lady & the Tramps, the band emerged onto the scene in 2009 and quickly accrued a substantial following.

Charlie Edsall - Vocals / Rhythm Guitar


Originally from the Midwest, he was born and raised near Fort Wayne, Indiana. Having played guitar since the age of nine, Charlie is known for his solid rhythm and tasteful flat-picking.  A Reno resident since 1976, he has taught numerous guitar students locally, as well as instructing at guitar workshops for festivals nationally, in Canada, the UK and Europe. Charlie has taught rhythm and advanced bluegrass flat-pick guitar at Sorrento Music in British Columbia, California Coast Music Camp, and has also judged the national flat-pick guitar contest in Winfield Kansas. His previous band, a premier bluegrass band called Sawmill Road, toured Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, France, Netherlands and Denmark, performing 17 days of a 19 day tour.  He additionally performed in England and Scotland for an entire month as a pick-up guitar player for a band based in Milwaukee.  As a singer song-writer, Charlie’s previously released single “Cold Virginia Rain” was recorded by Josh Williams on his Lonesome Highway CD, performed by Rhonda Vincent and the Rage at the Grand Ole Opry, and was number one cut on Pine-Castle Records, “Prime Cuts of Bluegrass, Volume #69."  Charlie says he remembers all the bands he listening to being raised in Indiana, and enjoys performing every one with Lady & the Tramps.

Steve Carmack - Vocals / Flute / Sax


Steve received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Education in 1976 at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Since then he has played baritone sax with The Four Tops Motown group, and once played lead alto sax with Bob Hope’s big band. He also played briefly with Harry James and Freda Payne. He was chosen for the “Tops in Blue” talent show while he was stationed at Peterson Air force Base, Colorado and  had many opportunities to perform in various groups in his thirteen years with the Air Force. He has taught music in public schools in Nevada, Colorado, and Florida and continues teaching in the Lyon County School District in Nevada. In 2009, he joined Lady and The Tramps on their first gig and says he has enjoyed playing with them ever since.

Molly Malone - Vocals / Percussion / Harmonica

While Glenn was performing with the Comstock Cowboys in Virginia City Nevada, he met Molly Malone and the two became inseparable. Married in 2006. they decided to make their home right there in Virginia City. In 2009, Molly sat in for an absent drummer in a band called Axe Handle Road,and was bitten by the musician bug. They invested in a drum kit, started a band called Molly Rising and in 2009 that band eventually blossomed into present day Lady and the Tramps. Singing lead and tenor vocals and supplying marimbas to cow bell from the percussion angle, Molly always keeps the stage rocking.


Frank Lescher - Drums

Frank Lescher started playing drums when he was around 6 years old. He started playing to the radio and records that his parents would listen too. When Frank was about 12 years old, he started taking professional private lessons reading music at band level. From Jr. High to High School, he played in orchestras, marching bands, jazz bands, and, any other type of band that was available. During that time, Frank was chosen to play in the All State and Honor Bands. In college, he continued his music education by taking music theory and orchestra classes. Also, during this time, he played in different garage bands making a little money and just having fun playing music. After college he got with various bands playing all types of music for weddings, parties, and clubs in California. When Frank moved to Nevada, he played in clubs and casinos with various country, blues, and rock bands. He has also filled in for bands when their drummer could not make it to the gig. Frank enjoys all types of music, whether it's listening in the car, enjoying live concerts, or, just relaxing at home. But, most of all, he enjoys playing music in bands the most.

Greg Lynn - Bass player

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