Adam Myers

Phone: 469-952-5419

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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Music, University of North Texas Master of Music, Southern Methodist University

Adam Myers

Adam Myers is the Director of Bands at Southard Middle School.  He directs the Southard Varsity Band, teaches all beginning woodwind classes and assists with the Princeton High School Panther Band. Prior to coming to Princeton, he was Assistant Director of Bands at Mabank ISD, Assistant Director of Bands at Longview ISD and Professor of Woodwinds/Assistant Director of Bands at Tyler Junior College.  Mr. Myers was the woodwinds chair of Tin Roof Tango, an arts in education world fusion ensemble based in Dallas.  He was principal clarinet for the Texarkana Symphony for 5 years.  He has also has performed with the South Arkansas Symphony, Irving Symphony and Plano Symphony.

Mr. Myers grew up in San Antonio, Texas.  He earned his Bachelor of Music in Saxophone Performance from the University of North Texas in 2001 where he was a member of the noted Wind Symphony and was named Outstanding Undergraduate in Woodwinds. In 2004, he received his Master of Music in Clarinet Performance from Southern Methodist University and was an Artistic Scholarship recipient each year.  His teachers include Morgan King, Eric Nestler, Daryl Coad, Andy Crisanti, Paul Garner, and Helen Blackburn.  He is an active member of the Texas Music Educators Association.

Adam has been married to his wife, Krista, for 18 years.  They have a 12-year-old daughter who is a trombone player in the band.  When he's not spending time with his family, Mr. Myers enjoys playing the bass guitar and playing with their two cats. 

Mr. Dillon Davis

Phone: 469-952-5400

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Degrees and Certifications:

Bachelor of Music Education Henderson State University

Mr. Dillon Davis

Dillon Davis graduated from Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas, with a Bachelor of Music Education degree. Mr. Davis has taught five years in Texas public schools, four of those in his current position, Assistant Middle School Band Director for the Princeton Independent School District in Princeton, Texas. Mr. Davis's bands have earned multiple UIL Sweepstakes awards throughout his career.

Mr. Davis is a member of the Texas Bandmasters Association (TBA), Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA), and is a Life Member of Kappa Kappa Psi, National Band Fraternity.

Mr. Davis resides in Princeton with his beautiful wife, Ashley Davis, their son Kohen, and three yorkshire terriers, Miles, Marley, and Bandit.

Mr. Alan Gray

Phone: 469-952-5400

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Degrees and Certifications:

BM - Music Performance - Southeastern Oklahoma State University MM - Music Performance - Texas A&M University-Commerce

Mr. Alan Gray

Mr. Gray has completed his 11th year of teaching and his 2nd year as Percussion Director at Princeton ISD in 2019. Prior to moving to Princeton, Mr. Gray was the Percussion Director at Whitesboro ISD for 9 years.

Mr. Gray teaches beginner percussion classes at Southard and Clark Middle School, assists with concert bands at Southard and Clark Middle School, and assists with marching and concert bands at Princeton High School.

Mr. Gray is a 2008 graduate of Texas A&M University-Commerce in Commerce, TX, where he received a master's degree in Music Performance. Mr. Gray worked as a graduate assistant while at TAMU-C, assisting with the Pride Marching Band Percussion Section, Concert Percussion Ensembles, and teaching several private lessons. He also performed with the TAMU-C Percussion Ensemble at the 2006 PASIC Showcase Concert featuring "New and Unknown Works of Minoru Miki" and later recorded a CD of the same name with the TAMU-C Percussion Ensemble.

Mr. Gray is a 2006 graduate of Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant, OK, where he received a bachelor's degree in Music Performance. He performed with the marching band, concert band, jazz band, and percussion ensembles. Mr. Gray was an active member of he band fraternity, Kappa Kappa Psi, serving several different officer positions, including President for two years.

Mr. Gray resides in Princeton with his wife, Christina; two cats, Meatwad and Lola; and bird, CC.