Bio

Liz Springer - Vocals, Cat Herder
 

Before she found the blues and founded The Built 4 Comfort Band, Liz grew up singing along to the great women of rock. Over late night drinks at local watering holes thinking out loud with friends, she sketched out her idea of what a fun, rock project would be like. Sweet Medicine Band is the result. ROCK & ROLL FOR YOUR SOUL! Music is what soothes Liz's soul, and The Sweet Medicine Band was designed to deliver songs (that sweet medicine) that will take you back in time, allow you to reminisce for a while, and forget your troubles for the night. 

John Trupp - Drums, Vocals, Magician 
 
 John Trupp is a native of Washington, DC and has been very active in it’s music scene. He has been fortunate to perform many thousands of concerts on many of the east coasts finest stages. Early on, he joined New Potato Caboose, a nationally touring group that signed to Rykodisc Records and did extensive touring, playing the finest 600 to 1000 seat halls of the east coast. After NPC, John began frequently recording on albums with Grammy winner John Alagia and super producer Doug Derryberry at their highly successful studio and performed on countless CDs with various artists. 

Dave Ziebarth - Guitar & Vocals
 

Dave began playing guitar in high school and he’s been playing in bands ever since. He also plays keyboards, bass, mandolin, harmonica, accordion and several other instruments. 

He played lead guitar on a number of shows during the heyday of the New Potato Caboose from 1988 – 1990. He was a longtime member of the band Redline and played lead guitar on their CD Baby Blue. Some other bands he’s played with have included The Nodes, Feel, Whalebone Junction, Buzzy Linhart, Charles Wright, The Next Step, Larry Seals Quartet, Crazy Fingers, Joe Dicey & Jamnation, Soul Gravity and many others.

Bruce Lipson - Bass Guitar , "Hollywood"

Originally from Los Angeles where he was a studio and touring musician. Bruce is also an accomplished songwriter, recording engineer, and producer having worked with some of the top artists in the music and film industries. He also spent time in Austin Texas where he was a sought after side man, playing guitar, banjo, mandolin, dobro as well as bass. Bruce moved to the mid-Atlantic area to raise horses.