The Bugle Boy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the mission of "Elevating & Sustaining Original Live Music".


Our all-volunteer Board of Directors oversees fundraising and financial stewardship for many projects in support of our mission.

Lane Gosnay

Founder /Ex. Director /Board Member

A graduate of Texas A & M Maritime Academy and a former Texas Game Warden, Lane Gosnay may have what some would consider odd credentials for the founder/operator of a music venue, but her background gives her the tools she needs to be serious about her business. In a world where many in the music business consider the term "music business" an oxymoron, Lane takes the business of music seriously. Lane's passion and seriousness in presenting musicians in an "extreme listening" room environment hails from the palpable connection between the artist and the attentive audience.


Chuck Mazac


After earning an undergraduate degree in science with Southwest Texas State University in 1982, Chuck Mazac completed the nuclear medicine technology post graduate program with Baylor College of Medicine and later completed a Master of Business Administration degree at the University of Houston. Chuck had careers in healthcare imaging and healthcare corporate finance with Texas Children's Hospital. After raising a family in the northeast Houston, Texas area, Chuck and his wife Gay Mazac moved to La Grange, Texas where he started his career as a financial advisor with Edward Jones Investments. He likes hunting, fishing, and spending time on his ranch near Muldoon, Texas. He is a member of Rotary International and a member of First United Methodist Church of La Grange and he enjoys serving the community.

Artie Kieval

Vice President

Artie is currently retired and is  a graduate of University of Texas in Austin.  He is a current trustee for Dominican Sisters of Houston and is a former regional manager for Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management.  Artie is a huge music fan and played in a Austin Rock Band to pay for his college tuition.


Korin Burnett


Is owner and vice president of Back Porch BBQ in La Grange.  She holds an MBA from Texas State University.  Korin has also served as a director of La Grange Area Chamber of Commerce and as Director of Alumnae Affairs for St. Agnes Academy.  She also has extensive experience in fundraising for various organizations.

Diane Donovan


Senior project manager and engineer in the power industry. B.S. Education, University of Texas at Austin. B.S. Mechanical Engineering, M.B.A.,University of Houston, certified Project Management Professional. The mother of twin daughters, an active volunteer in education and in local politics, Diane has been a resident of Cat Spring, in Austin County, for over 30 years. An avid believer in the power of live music and performing arts to uplift, inspire and enrich life at every stage, and a supporter of the Bugle Boy‘s evolving mission to uplift independent artists and spread the magic of live music in our communities in Central Texas.

David Vogel

President Emeritus

A 5th generation Houstonian, David Vogel graduated from U.T Austin in 1971 with a BBA in Marketing. He's been a part-time resident of Fayette County since 1961, and has lived here full-time since 1978. He's worked in construction and real estate, and is now retired, manages "the farm", and serves with a number of organizations as a volunteer officer or board member."I grew up with parents who both loved good music, and who had beautiful singing voices.  My mother took voice lessons, sang for weddings and other functions, and filled our home with her beautiful soprano, operatic voice. My father had a fine, deep baritone voice, and the two of them often sang duets. I took accordian lessons briefly as a kid, but baseball was of higher priority, and my talent in music developed as a listener, so The Bugle Boy is perfect for me."

Vogel amuses himself with very limited skill on his guitar, which impresses no one except his wife and devoted dogs.



Lane Gosnay 

Founder /Ex. Director /Board Member


Heather Allbright

Operations Director

Heather’s musical “career” began in the church choir at age 6. After participating in many church and school-related choirs, it was determined that while she can carry a tune, she is great in the chorus but not destined for a solo career so shifted her attention to enjoying the music of others!  Heather has a BBA in Accounting from Texas A&M University and a Certificate in Nonprofit Leadership/Management from ACC/TANO (Texas Association Nonprofit Organizations). She is an AmeriCorps Alum and served six years as the AmeriCorps Program Director for SWIFT. Heather serves on other community advisory boards including the Blinn College Education Advisory Board and Texas A&M AgriLife Leadership Advisory Board for Fayette County.  Heather joined the Bugle Boy staff after five years as the Volunteer Coordinator. Born in Canada, she was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, London and Brazil but has lived in Fayette County since 1981.


The Artist Advisory Committee is responsible for offering advise on best practices for further elevating the in-venue artist performance experience, outreach program implementation, input on music business marketing trends or other related information that would benefit the organizations methods and practices.

Terri Hendrix

Terri Hendrix is a prolific Texas singer/songwriter and travels the country performing her work with touring partner Lloyd Maines. She formed her own nonprofit organization OYOU (Own Your Own Universe) and teaches other musicians how to market themselves and maintain a "DIY music career" through her book "Cry Till You Laugh - The Part That Aint Art". Terri hosts the Bugle Boy's Soldier Songs & Voices workshop and has been instrumental in helping the Veterans write new songs.

 Lloyd Maines

Lloyd Maines  is a multi-instrumental side-man inducted into the Austin City Limits Hall of Fame and has appeared more than any other performer on the Austin City Limits show. He is a Grammy Award winning producer for his daughter Natalie's band (the Dixie Chicks) and has produced albums for and toured with numerous well-known Texas artists over the years. Lloyd is known as a top notch steel guitar player and has appeared on the Bugle Boy stage with Terri Hendrix for years and also shares his vast knowledge with  the Veterans that attend our Soldier Songs & Voices workshop.




Carrie Rodriguez

Carrie Rodriguez is an Austin singer/songwriter classically trained in violin at Oberlin College, then fiddle at Berklee College of Music. She sings in both English and Spanish and has toured, recorded and co-written songs with legendary artists such as Lucinda Williams, John Prine, Rickie Lee Jones, Mary Gauthier, Los Lobos, among others. She has made numerous television and radio appearances, including Austin City Limits, The Tonight Show and A Prairie Home Companion. She has also served as a judge at the Bugle Boy sponsored Songwriter Serenade music competition held annually in Moravia.

 Adam Carroll

Adam Carroll is a true songwriter's songwriter, a Texas tunesmith who has inspired both younger and older artists for nearly two decades. In 2016, Carroll was honored by his peers with a tribute album "Highway Prayer - A Tribute to Adam Carroll" with artists such as James McMurtry, Walt Wilkins, Slaid Cleaves, Hays Carl  and many more covering songs penned by Adam. Adam is a regular host of the Bugle Boy's Soldier Songs & Voices workshop, a free songwriting/guitar workshop exclusively for Veterans.


Amy Newland

Wayne Penello

Christian Smith

Harold Huff

Pat Settle

Frank Hillbolt

Janetta Morris

Kirk Craig

Alicia Butler

Virginia Thomas

Diane Henson

Margo Johnson