With over 30 years in the entertainment industry, Cameron has been singing with various types of groups since he was 10 years old. He got his musical training and experience singing is various competition choirs, as well as leading worship at his church. Glover was able to further his vocal experience and stage presence while performing in Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede as well as a show at Paramount's Carowinds. Cameron has a wide range of vocal experience, and now you can sing along with him as he performs music from almost every genre at your special event, including music from the 70's, 80's, 90's, as well as current Top 40.
Cameron Glover has also been one of the Southeast's most requested DJs for the past 15 years making his knowledge of music almost endless.
AND yes, that's right! You can have The Big Time Band and one of the top DJs in the Southeast play at your event.
Tina Phillips hails from Seattle, WA where she began singing gospel and contemporary Christian music at the age of 2 in her father’s diverse church. In 2001 Tina moved to Tulsa, OK to attend Oral Roberts University where she sang Soprano with Music Ministries and in the gospel group Souls ‘A Fire. Tina is one of the original founding members of Oklahoma's FuZed band where she sang lead soprano vocals and was a part of the percussion team. Tina sang background vocals on Eric Himan’s Gracefully album and later toured with him throughout the U.S. on the Red Hot Tears Tour in 2013. Tina provided her gift of harmony in SC to The Impersonators Band, H2Flo, and several local recording artists. Tina joined the ranks of the esteemed Big Time Band as a vocalist in 2019 and continues to rock the mic, rock tutus, and rock crowds all over the Southeast! wedding entertainment live band Columbia Charlotte Charleston
Superior Edwards started playing piano when he was 8 years old. He was brought up in a lineage of great musicians from his father and mothers side and was named Superior by his father as a self fulfilling prophecy. He started playing in church and by age 12 he was the minister of music for the youth department. By the age of 16 he was touring around the world with well known artists like Father MC, Jodeci, Brandy, and Mary J. Bilge, Dante Lewis, and Jonathan Butler. Superior has gone on to share the stage with such greats as The Drifters, Nelly, Mariah Carey, Donnie McClurkin, Al Jerreau, Will Downing, Rev. Timothy Wright, the Winans family, and many other well known name. Now you can hear him live with The Big Time Band playing all your top hits!
Jason Summers, has been playing drums for over 35 years, with 25 years of live performing. He was taught by jazz instructor Danny Boozer from Columbia, SC. Summers is endorsed by Sabian cymbals as a regional artist. Jason has played in multiple bands in the South Carolina area and toured most of the country. He has experience in multiple styles of music including Pop, Country, Metal, Rock, and Praise. Currently, Jason is a drum instructor at Lexington School of Music and teaches over 50 students weekly. You can look forward to hearing him live with The Big Time Band at the next event you attend.
George Nicholson started out as a keyboard player performing Contemporary Christian music in the late ‘80’s, while attending Presbyterian College. After graduating with a BA in Fine Arts with a Music Concentration, he moved to Nashville, with bandmates to pursue music full time. Eventually, George joined Legend Seven (WORD Records) and toured the US as a headliner artist or as the opening band for Whiteheart. Legend Seven was a Rock Band of the year nominee for the 1994 American Christian Music Awards. He is a published songwriter with Sony Records and has done studio work for various artists, including Josh Rouse’s album “All Dressed Up Like Nebraska” (A&M Records).
George Returned to SC in 1998 and began playing electric bass in 2000 as a founding member of the Mt Horeb UMC Contemporary Worship Band. George still plays regularly for church and now with The Big Time Band.
Jonathan Knott started guitar relatively late at 17 but he became so quickly enamored with it that in three short years of tireless practice he successfully auditioned for the Jazz Studies program at the University of South Carolina where he studied with Bert Ligon. Some highlights of his time at USC include sharing the Koger Center Stage with the legendary Allen Vizzutti, playing at the JEN Conference in San Diego, and performing modern jazz giant Chris Potter’s original compositions for Chris Potter himself.
Since graduating he has continued to hone his musical skills as the guitarist for the Soda City Brass Band, and numerous other musical endeavors spanning nearly all genres of music. He has a passionate love for performing live music of all kinds and has years of professional experience playing genres that include jazz, blues, soul, pop, r&b, gospel, hip hop, contemporary worship, bluegrass, country, beach, rock, metal, and even classical music. He is an in-demand highly versatile guitarist and you can hear him play all your favorite hits with The Big Time Band!