TBA Music is a Dallas-based variety band with a perfect blend of pop and soul. No matter the occasion or theme, TBA Music has a versatile and favorable repertoire that can match the style and atmosphere of your event. They’ve played throughout some of the most well-known venues and events in DFW—including the Dallas Arboretum, Dallas Museum of Art, Perot Museum, State Fair of Texas, Cottonwood Arts Festival, Taste of Addison, and Magnolia’s Silobration establishing themselves as a sought-after choice. They perform as an acoustic duo, trio, or five piece band for weddings, private events, festivals, and more.

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5 Piece Band


Brigitte Mena

Manager/Booking Agent, Vocals, Guitar, Ukulele, and Percussion

Brigitte is a performing artist and songwriter born and raised in Dallas, TX. She studied voice at Southern Methodist University and has been performing for over 16 years in various music projects and bands. Brigitte is also an avid pilates and yoga fan.


Trevor Wilson

Music Director, Vocals, Guitar, Ukulele, Harmonica, and Percussion

Trevor is a singer/songwriter, performer, and audio engineer. He is a member of multiple bands in Dallas and a proud native of Denver, Colorado. In his spare time, he can be found riding around White Rock Lake on his 1984 Vintage Trek.


Austin Gordon


Austin is a Dallas based musician and bassist. Having started around 18 years old in the local DFW rock and metal scenes, he eventually branched out to pop, R&B, and Americana. In addition to performing with TBA Music, he is also a singer-songwriter.


James Roy


James started drumming in 2004 and music quickly became his passion. He now teaches lessons and performs with various groups throughout DFW. His favorite dessert is butterscotch cake.


Ray Herbert


Ray is a keyboardist, born in New Orleans, LA and raised in Rowlett, TX. He has been playing the piano since age 11, beginning with classical music and later branching out into jazz, funk, and indie rock. His musical roots stem from his grandfather who was a blooming blues guitarist in the New Orleans area.