Joey Watkinsguitar, vocals

Joey Watkins comes from a long line of musicians and was inspired by his father, Jessie, and his Papa Joe Watkins. He began making music at an early age, has been in bands since 1988, and generally acknowledged as the man who put the river in RiverStreet.

Along with his love of music Joey loves doing live sound & lights (when not performing on stage with RiverStreet). He also enjoys restoring classic cars and spending time with his family. During the day you can find him running the Joey Watkins Tire and Automotive service center in Dacula, GA where his joy of working with people is evident.

   Mike Roberts - guitar, pedal steel, vocals

Growing up in a musical family, combined with the British invasion of the Beatles, doomed Mike to a lifelong passion for music. He played in several garage bands before becoming a "professional" musician from 1975 to 1992. During this time Mike did session work but primarily played in local bands for a living, most notably “Spade”, “Blind Date” and “The Ron Kimble Band.” The musical highlight of his professional musical career was playing guitar for “BJ Thomas” between 1985-1990.

Eventually Mike settled down and got a “real job” but still enjoys playing and singing with RiverStreet. He is also a member of the praise band at The Springs Church in Flowery Branch, Georgia.  

   Zane Brockkeyboards, banjo, vocals

The son of a southern Baptist preacher, Zane practically grew up in church where his love for music was cultivated. With his roots in western North Carolina he developed an early interest in bluegrass and Zane started his first band at age 15. He played with "The Old Bulcomb Road Blues Band" while at Furman University before moving to the Atlanta area where he played with “1*4*5” and “Church & State.”

Zane is an elementary school art teacher and is also a practicing artist whose works have been selected and displayed in shows and galleries in North and South Carolina and Georgia.


   Matt Puckettdrums, vocals

Matt got his first drum set at 12 years old and was soon playing gigs at local events and clubs (where he was often too young to even be allowed inside). He continued playing drums throughout high school and, following an early interest in electronics, got his degree and now works for a large electronics manufacturer.

In addition to playing and singing with the RiverStreet band, Matt works in the audio/ video ministry at The Oasis Church in Loganville. He also sets up and runs sound systems for various bands, events and festivals across the state of Georgia.

   Bryan Stone - bass

Carrying on the bass playing tradition pioneered by Granddad Armour who "plucked" an upright bass in the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Bryan began playing bass at age 15. Traditionally the “baby” of the RiverStreet band, Bryan often finds himself playing many songs which were popular before he was even born. Over the years he has played at various churches and with bands such as "Church & State." 

When he's not kickin’ out grooves with RiverStreet, Bryan is an engineer with a major tool manufacturer, and enjoys mountain biking, hiking and rock climbing with his family.


   Pam Brockvocals

Inspired by her father, Pam started singing at an early age, first in church and then later excelled vocally in high school as a featured soloist in chorus and high school productions. She considers herself a part-time member of RiverStreet and sings when the job calls for a female vocalist. Pam was also a vocalist for “Church & State.”

Pam is a technology coordinator for an elementary school and enjoys digital photography and working with computers.