Undercover is a premier variety band in the Houston, Texas area. They are available as a 4 to 15 piece ensemble, utilizing a variety of instruments and covering multiple genres and styles of music with ease, including Top 40, Rock, Pop, Country, Disco, R & B, and Jazz. They are committed to providing great music for your guests to enjoy while dancing or just listening! Undercover will provide stellar entertainment for your upcoming wedding, private party or corporate event!  They are equipped to use in-house audio and lighting personnel to provide sound reinforcement and tour-quality lighting for venues of any shape or size.



Adam Countryman has been a performing and recording artist for the past 20 years. Growing up in the mid-west, he cut his teeth in the night life of St. Louis and Chicago. Adam moved to Boston, MA in 2000 and continued recording and gigging live there and in NYC until 2005 when he moved to Texas. Adam has been the musical director for touring country bands, recording sessions all over the country and many churches in the United States. He is currently the music director at River Pointe Church in Richmond, TX.



Nolan Ryan Burke grew up in the Houston, Texas area and started playing guitar at age 9. He has been a full-time professional musician for over 15 years. He has been on national TV multiple times, toured in 5 different continents, and plays an average of 200 gigs a year. He lives in the Houston area and still continues to work as a professional touring and recording musician, while also serving part-time at River Pointe Church in Richmond, Texas in the music department. He is indeed named after Nolan Ryan, the baseball guy.

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Tyson Sheth has been studying and performing drumset & other percussion for the last 21 years. His orchestral and drumline up-bringing granted him the advantages of reading music and a background with music theory.

Since returning to Houston in 2004, Tyson has quickly climbed the ladder of live/session drummers, proving himself time and again with artists such as former BB King big-band leader Calvin Owens, country legends Johnny Bush and Mickey Gilley, film composer Jeff Walton, Dope House Records (South Park Mexican), Spanish rock band Vudu Café, Deniz Tek (of Australia's Radio Birdman), and even Roy Head, reaching first-call status for a number of producers and artists.

Tyson's current projects include indie rockers The Wheel Workers, country-pop artist Savannah Berry, traveling with Vudu Café, and holding down the rhythm at River Pointe Church.