Known for making noise on most fretted instruments, but better known for playing guitar and singing in The Chapmans. John is an owner and he is the fearless sales team leader. John’s love for Chiefs football and smoking meats is rivaled only by his love for Star Wars, which he watches at least once a month with his kids.
An owner, the man writing the schedule, and our company Mandolorian. Jeremy plays Mandolin as the middle child in The Chapmans, but has performed with Izabel Crane and Casey and the Atta Boys throughout the years. Jeremy fancies his glass of scotch and his Punch Brothers. If he is hankering some sushi you can find him at Kai in downtown Springfield. When asked who his favorite Chapman is, he said “My Mom”. Alexa play Mom and Dad’s Waltz by The Chapmans.
The enigmatic, youngest Chapman brother. You can find him slapping an upright bass in the family band or locked away in the editing cave pushing sweet juicy content to our Youtube channel. In either case he completes all tasks in style with a belly full of Amigos.
The youngest boy of 10 children, he is known for his fancy hands but his solo music is a Shoppe favorite. Brian keeps us from burning the building down and keeping back ends in order. He is a jack of ALL trades in the workplace, he has MANY voices but there is only ONE Springfield restaurant claims as his favorite and that is Golden Korean.
The Mullet boy wonder of The Acoustic Shoppe staff, Trent is often locked away in the video editing cave but when we allow his freedom he can sell a customer a guitar or two. Jokes aside, Trent knows his guitar pickins from his own music project but has been known to play trombone, euphonium, mandolin, and banjo. His favorite Springfield restaurant is Mexican Villa.
A man of few words, here are a few words. Hudson can repair guitars and repair our hearts with his solo music, Hudson started working at The Acoustic Shoppe in October 2019. He can’t decide who his favorite Chapman is because they are all so great, but he can decide that Druff’s is his favorite Springfield restaurant. He eats fingerstyle and plays fingerstyle and gives guitar and ukulele lessons with our lesson department.
You can find her exploring the caves of the Ozarks, at Pancho’s, or most definitely in our Shoppe helping customers find their new favorite instrument. Hannah writes and plays music with her husband Caleb (album hopefully coming soon, we love a married duo).
Our resident banjo aficionado, Alex has worked on and off at The Acoustic Shoppe for a year and a half. He plays in local favorite, Southern Raised and also teaches with our lesson department. Alex is versed in bass, guitar, and dobro. Once upon a time, Grad School was Alex’s favorite Springfield restaurant but these days you can spot him at the Grad School successor, JOB Public House.
Wise beyond her years, Regan proudly shares an office with Brian, where she oversees our Lesson Department. Regan plays various stringed and bowed instruments in the violin family but favors the Viola. Regan has performed with the Fort Collins, CO Symphony, Cheyenne, WY Symphony, Classical Revolution in Colorado, and currently works with the Ava String Quartet and the Springfield, MO Symphony. Her musical resume is dignified but she loves some simple gas station Chinese food, Happy China in Springfield.