Lead Singer & Rhythm Guitar
Audre was born and raised in Ellensburg, Wa by her grandmother Phyllis. After being introduced to music at a very young age, Audre began performing and participating in as many singing competitions as she could. Audre joined her first band at 21 years old, and she co-founded American Honey Band in 2017.
Bret Smith enjoys sharing his love of music as the bassist in the American Honey Band. He’s a classical cellist, member of the Yakima Symphony Orchestra, and professor of music at Central Washington University. Over the years, he’s engaged in many musical projects on guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and as conductor and arranger.
Rhythm Guitar & Vocals
Dan Stucki was born into a musical family and his earliest memories are of singing next to his mom as she played Disney tunes on the family piano. He sang barbershop with his brothers and choral music in his church, high school and college choirs. He picked up the guitar in junior high and has been playing ever since. Dan also loves musical theater and has performed several times with Yakima theater companies. American Honey Band is his first experience playing country music and he is having a blast!
Keyboard, Electric Guitar, & Vocals
Jeff has been kicking around the Washington band scene for lotsa years. A couple of previous Seattle area bands include Hall Pass and the Inside Outlaws. Since moving to central Washington he has played keys and guitar with the Under The Covers band and happily joined up with American Honey in August 2022. Although he comes from a rock and roll background, learning the country style of American Honey has been a refreshing and enjoyable experience.
Dave Greenberg grew up on the west side of Washington and started music early in elementary school. In Junior high he played in stage band and Orchestra and in High school played in stage band. At age 17, Dave joined his first band and played all over the state, mostly high school dances and proms. After high school, he played in many different bands, touring the country and opening for a few major acts. After taking a 20 year break to raise his five children, he started playing again in 2014 and played in a couple of bands in the Seattle area. Dave moved to Selah in 2017 and began exploring the east side music scene, joining American Honey band in 2022 Dave says he loves playing in this band.