ERIC AUCKERMAN

Since moving to Bainbridge Island, Washington in 2019, Eric Auckerman has been performing his original songs and covers at many popular local venues. Born in Germany, the singer/musician/songwriter learned his first English words listening to his father’s Johnny Cash records.  Moving to the US during the 60s music explosion, he followed songs from a wide range of artists, including Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, CSN, CCR, Sly and The Family Stone, and others who were climbing the charts. Before moving to the Pacific Northwest, he played in several bands in Southern California. Today, Eric focuses on his six-string acoustic guitar and writes melody driven songs for solo performances (in the US and in Europe), as well as playing and singing tight harmony vocals with The Harmony Wombats.

RICH FASSLER

Rich Fassler is a singer/musician/songwriter currently living on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Rich’s musical interests include folk and folk rock, classic rock, and alternative rock. Prior to moving to the island in 2019, he was active in the San Francisco Bay Area music scene for almost 20 years. He was a co-founder of the popular Bay Area rock band Fossil Farm and the acoustic duo Twelve by 12. Since 2020, he has been featured on Virtual Open Mics in the UK and US, and performs live with  The Harmony Wombats and at local open mics. Rich plays six- and twelve-string guitar, the mandolin, and the ukulele. 

Krista Webb

Krista Webb has always loved music, starting with singing along to her parents' Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Carpenters, and Seekers records when she was very young, moving on to purchasing her own John Denver and Sha Na Na records when she was a teen, and finally discovering Crosby, Stills and Nash, Joni Mitchell, The Grateful Dead, Bruce Cockburn, and The Indigo Girls in college.  After an eight year stint in Alaska, Krista moved to Poulsbo, Washington in 2000.  She started playing guitar in 2018, in order to play along with her kids at bluegrass festivals and family camp jams. But it was the upright bass that really caught her attention, and for the past few years, she’s been providing the bass line for a number of area musicians. Krista joined The Harmony Wombats in June 2023, increasing both the musical expanse and the vocal capability of the band.