Tim Bull (vocal percussion) of Hampton, NH, grew up in Andover, Massachusetts, steeped in doo-wop and the lush harmonies of Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys. Realizing a natural propensity for and love of percussion, he taught himself technique on a six-piece drum kit and a number of keyboards/synthesizers. Singing in the Barbershoppers in high school and playing in a couple of garage bands provided an outlet for Tim's passions. His skills at mimicking drums, horns, strings, and voice led to the critical role of vocal percussionist for Tuckermans At 9. Outside of music, Tim holds a position in retail management, and enjoys yard work (yes, really!), any outdoor activities, creating art, and building ideas.
Sue Madara (soprano) is originally from Connecticut and has lived in Maine for over 20 years; she and her husband currently reside in Berwick. A singer since high school, Sue has enjoyed performing in many community choruses in Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine: with the Downeast Singers and Penobscot Bay Singers in Maine, where she was a soloist for both their Pops and Classical concerts; and with the Lions Club musical theater and the Raylynmor Opera company productions in New Hampshire, where she acted, danced, and sang. Sue is enjoying retirement after 45 years as a Dental Hygienist and is an avid outdoor enthusiast, birder, and pickleball player.
T9 founder Mark Miller (bass) of Dover, NH, does not recall a time before singing. He has performed in choruses since the age of 12, including the New Jersey All-State Chorus, the America's Youth in Concert European Tour Chorus and Orchestra, "The Jerseyaires" chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America, the Ashland University Choir, the Rockingham Choral Society, the Amare Cantare chamber chorus, and the London A Cappella Festival. A former radio broadcaster/production director and senior advertising copywriter, he is a freelance voice-over actor from his studio in Dover.
Bob Myers-Morgan (tenor) was born in Nashua, New Hampshire, but spent more than 25 years in Texas before returning for family and the weather. Son of a devoted tenor, Bob sang in church choir, school chorus, and community theaters. Early stage experience included several productions at Nashua's Actorsingers; later with the Colonial Players and Summer Garden Theatre in Annapolis, Maryland; and more recently with Echo Theatre in Dallas. With a lengthy IT resumé, Bob lives in Newmarket with his wife, Pam, and flies to Seattle, Washington, as often as he can to see his children.
Ashley Atkinson (alto) is a native of Moultonborough, NH, and currently resides in Dover, NH. She holds a B.A. from Plymouth State University and was a graphic designer before becoming a Registered Nurse at Great Bay Community College. Ashley enjoys hiking, yoga, meditation, cooking, drawing, playing the guitar, spending time with animals, visiting the ocean, and hunting mushrooms in the woods. She has performed in musicals, including a lead role; attended high school choral music festivals at both the state and New England levels; and took part in jazz choir. Ashley even sang at her nursing degree graduation ceremony! Music is an integral part of her life, and she is excited to be on the T9 crew.
Cindie Collins (alto) lives and plays in the woods near Mt. Agamenticus in Cape Neddick, ME. After 23 years as a choral educator, she was a private-practice licensed massage therapist for 15 years. Cindie has performed with several Seacoast-area choruses, including Amare Cantare, Portsmouth Pro Musica, and Granite State Choral Society. She spends her days on the trails running, hiking, snowshoeing, xc skiing, stand-up paddleboard, kayaking... if it’s outdoors, she does it! Cindie also volunteers for White Pine Programs, an all-weather, nature-based, learning non-profit in York, Maine. Fun fact: for over two years, she has been a year-round, cold-water Dipper in all weather! And Cindie has found her spark with this great group of T9 singers.