Vincent Guerin began taking piano lessons at the age of 5, and by the time he was 9, he was studying under one of the top classical instructors in East Texas, winning a variety of classical piano competitions across the state. After quitting lessons around the age of 12 from lack of interest, he took it up again around the age of 16 in the form of keyboards for a local Church Youth Group band. From there, he began playing in several bands, and continued his growth of music and keyboard improvisation into college and beyond, while getting the opportunity to play with some of the top musicians in Texas. His childhood love for Pink Floyd music combined with his talents as he was eventually fortunate enough to land a solid role in Bricks in the Wall, Dallas' premiere Pink Floyd tribute band. Vincent has never looked back as he continues his love of music and keyboards with this band today. His rig includes, but is not limited to, a Kurzweil K2600xs (same keyboard used by Pink Floyd's musicians today), as well as a Hammond XK3c organ, a Roland JP-8000 synth, and a Korg Triton Extreme.