Hailing from Atlanta, GA Christopher cut his teeth on jazz and rock music. Educated at Belmont University in Nashville, TN he went on to work for Yamaha Musical Instruments in artist relations, touring with H.O.R.D.E. while playing alongside many musicians. After a brief stint in MI playing for a big band the family moved to Virginia. He recorded an album with Johnnie & the Lowdowns and played every blues festival in VA with that band before pursuing his own trio. Since relocating to the lowcountry he has played with High 5 from the creation of the band.
Christopher has an obsession with guitars, repairing tube amps and drinking craft beer. He’s also been known to waste an entire day fishing when not sharing his love of music with his three kids or finishing the honey do list for Mrs. Andrews.
Anthony Constantine – Vocals, Drums, Percussion
Anthony Constantine , Drums, Vocals, and Percussion, third generation Charleston and second generation drummer, was born in Charleston, SC ready to play drums and rock people’s faces off. Anthony formally began playing drums in middle school, jamming on his dads drum set in the woods of Colleton County to Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, the Doors, Little Richard, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers, INXS, REM, RUN DMC, Beastie Boys, Men at Work, Duran Duran, The Cure, Dead Kennedys, Steel Pulse, Aerosmith, anything on the radio, and too many others to name!
After winning two state championships with the Walterboro High School Band Blue, Anthony would go on to The Citadel as part of the Bagpipe Band and Bulldog Orchestra (Big Band Swing). Upon leaving the Citadel, Anthony would finish his studies at the College of Charleston in 1997 in Elementary Education. During his college days and few years after, Anthony beat the skins in a variety of bands; C5 from Walterboro, The Rhythm Method from Charleston, and many other bands. Since the early days of being a drummer, Anthony has always been a true professional in making great music and being a team player. Being versed in Jazz, Blues, Alternative, Hip Hop, Classic Rock, Funk, Soul, Motown, Anthony brings the ability to play what the band needs without skipping a beat! Anthony met Corinne Gooden as a new drummer a few years ago in the band Palmetto Soul. After a three year run, they decided to play more modern music and became High 5. Anthony has a son and a daughter who he loves more than life itself. They live in West Ashley. Rock on!
Jason Eary – Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
Jason began playing guitar during his junior year of college at West Virginia University. After graduation in 2006, he moved to Charleston, South Carolina to begin his career as a Software Engineer. It was in Charleston that Jason met Glenn Miller. At the time, Glenn was the drummer for the Classic Rock/Zydeco band, Henry’s Attic. Glenn and Jason began collaborating and formed the alt/rock band, Category 6. Due to a difference in vision, Category 6 dissolved and it’s members went their separate ways. Prior to joining High 5, Jason was a founding member of the Pop/Rock band City Station.
Jason enjoys listening to Country, Pop, and anything 90’s. He loves playing his PRS CE 22 and Fender Standard Telecaster through a ’65 Fender Deluxe Reverb Reissue. In his free time, he enjoys boating, fishing, golfing, and engine repair.
Corinne Gooden – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Keys, Trumpet
Originally from Hendersonville, North Carolina, Corinne has a diverse musical background, and has been teaching and performing professionally for over 20 years. She began her career in musical theatre at The Flat Rock Playhouse. During high school she toured around the country as a dancer in Hoctor’s Dance Caravan, attended the NC Governor’s School in their Choral Music program, and was the first-chair trumpet player in the symphonic and jazz band.
Corinne received her BFA in Musical Theatre from FSU, and has played several leading roles, including Sarah (Guys and Dolls), Maggie (A Chorus Line), Yonah (Children Of Eden), and Liesl (Sound of Music). After college, Corinne sang at Disney World in Orlando, FL, with Voices of Liberty, and toured with hip-hop group Raination, opening for The Black-Eyed Peas, Kanye West, The Roots, Jimmy Cliff, Ludacris, etc.
In 2006, Corinne received a degree in Audio Engineering from SAE (New York/Nashville), and worked under Rick Giles (#1 hit songwriter for Reba McEntire, Rascal Flatts, etc.), as a recording and mixing engineer. She recorded and co-produced an album of her own original songs, “All My Days”, available on iTunes.
Corinne currently plays over 165 shows a year, is the founder of the Palmetto Music Project, and teaches voice, guitar, and piano lessons out of her home and at Wando High School. She teaches music in all genres, including musical theater, opera, rock, pop, jazz and country.
Glenn Miller – Vocals, Bass, Alto/Bari Saxophone
Born in the small town of Abilene, TX, Glenn emerged himself in the music scene at an early age by banging on anything he could find and playing his mom’s piano and organ in the house. Glenn grew up surrounded by a talented musical family with his mom being a professional pianist/organist, his dad a choir singer, and his brother a jack of all trades.
Glenn started getting serious with music when he and his family moved to Charlotte, NC in 1986. He joined the school band in 5th grade playing the alto saxophone. Glenn rose through the ranks quickly landing 1st chair and remained there all throughout high school. He also explored more avenues of music during school by joining the high school marching band and jazz band where he was the solo bari saxophone player. During this time he and best friend Tedlee-T formed his first band called Yuba Gold, a rap group with sick beats and killer synth sounds and played several parties and variety shows throughout high school and college.
Glenn moved to Charleston, SC in 2002 and prior to joining High 5 he has played in several successful bands playing both covers and originals such as Henry’s Attic, Category 6, The Remedy, County Line Strangers, Loners Society, Corinne and The Resolution, and City Station. He has played multiple roles within these bands as a drummer, bassist, guitarist, alto/bari saxophonist, and both backup and lead vocalist. Glenn is very passionate about music. He enjoys a wide variety of genres including altertnative/grunge rock, hip-hop, heavy metal, industrial, electronic, drum and bass, pop, oldies, and classical music. Rest assured, Glenn will be listening to, creating, exploring and playing music for the rest of his life.