Indiana’s Tobi Lee is the one with the big smile, the big voice, and the funky hair. She is no stranger to the stage: Tobi has always known she would be an entertainer from her first moment performing at age four in a “Gong Show” produced by a local radio station. At five she was singing in musical theater as Annie Oakley’s younger sister. At twelve, she was hosting her own local cable television show. By the time she graduated from high school, Tobi had her own band, reigned as Miss Teen Indiana and Jr. Teen Miss North America, recorded an album with the renowned Christian act, the Bill Gaither trio, and had released a single. Tobi has studied dance and gymnastics, been a professional actress in theatre, radio, and television, and done both print and runway modeling. She also can play just about any instrument she sets her mind to, including keys, drums, guitar, bass, banjo, dobro, and saxophone. She is also writer or co-writer of all the Mustang Sally original songs and is currently in the studio producing Mustang Sally’s next album.