John first started performing when he was a teenager at his church in New Whiteland IN.  In the late nineties john and his brother Ed formed " Wildheart."   The band played many venues in the area , local clubs , festivals , corporate functions , etc.   In 2000 he uprooted and moved to Nashville Tennessee to give it a go.  Off to a slow start settling in getting a real job first of course. Later that year john hooked up with Red Ridge Entertainment and done some recording and was booked various venues around the country as well as booking some of his own shows in nashville like Tootsie's Orchid Lounge , The Trap , The Stage  and surrounding areas. As well as booking some shows back home. Well ,  things change as things do and in 2004 john moved back home to Indiana to start again.  After getting life back in order the music bug resurfaced once again and john began searching out musicians in the area. From band to band and working with different musicians trying to find the best fit , well it wasn't easy as musicians will tell you. In 2006 John with the help of some friends , classmates and the the A.L.S. Association held a benefit for Kent Parker at 8 Second Saloon to raise money for the association and The Parker Family. In 2008 he wrote and recorded some of his own songs at Diehl Studios in Carmel IN . Currently " Wildheart " is back in force the best it has ever been with great musicians and talent. 


Bruno Camps


In his early teens when he  first heard “Sultans of swing” by Dire Straits.  At that very moment he knew he had to learn to play that song like Mark Knopfler, so he picked up a Spanish guitar and asked his sister to teach him some chords.   In the decades that followed, Bruno has played different styles of music ranging from classic rock, gypsy swing, blues, and rock & roll to different kinds of country including Americana and red dirt —his favorite.  He has played in many different bands and recorded in Europe and the United States, including a recording session with The World Famous Platters’s own Eddie Stovall.  Bruno has also played "Sultans of Swing” live hundreds of times and still does with anyone who will play along.  Several years ago Bruno decided to chase his own tone with with the idea of something between Knopfler and Twang in mind, and started building his own tube amps under the name Camplification.  A dream of almost 3 decades comes alive every time he's on a stage making those tubes sing.



Chris Creek 

Chris been singing and playing music since he was a child.  His mother was a coal miners daughter.  He grew up hearing those sweet, down home harmonies in hymns and country songs.  His family is also a family of service.  Chris as well as his daughter currently serve with the Indiana Army National Guard.  On a recent deployment to Poland, he got the opportunity to sing and play weekly for the Army Chapel.  During a visit to a Polish church he performed "I Saw the Light" by Hank Williams.  It was great to see that Country music is popular the world over. Chris is a great asset to the band with awesome harmonies.



 Chris has been playing guitar for 35 years. Starting at age 14 he was a member of some local hometown bands and also played at some school functions. He has spent some time as a freelance artist filling in on gigs as well as doing studio work. About 12 years ago chris picked up bass guitar and has had endless opportunities since. In 1999 he spent a week touring Guatemala with his christian group. He has played in 70's / 80's dance bands and local jazz bands. Chris's axe of choice is a 1996 Warwick fna 5 string jazzman
once owned by Chuck Manjone's bass player. Chris brings great bass skills and awesome harmonies to the band.



  Paul’s music adventure started in the ‘60s in Indianapolis, where he took drum lessons at the Lawrence, Indiana music shop of TV personality Sammy Terry. Besides drumming for cover bands, Paul recorded six original CDs and one commissioned single with bands Grail, Bandage, and Tray of Sins at The Lodge Studio in Indianapolis in the early 2000s. Paul has played hundreds of acoustic rock gigs with Marc and Friends in Indianapolis, Noblesville, Brownsburg, Carmel, Columbus, Bloomington, and Richmond, Indiana. While Paul’s style takes on many forms, his drumming influences include Ginger Baker (Cream), Brian Rosenworcel (Guster), Questlove (Roots), Jeff Porcaro (Steely Dan, Toto), and Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix). After two years of vocal lessons, Paul now sings lead and harmony on songs by The Doors, The Band, Tom Petty, Leon Russell, Donovan, Eagles, and others. Paul has played and sung in many music genres, including Rock, Country, Big Band, Jazz, Pop, New Wave, and Punk