Rick Lindroos started his career in music by playing in local nightclubs around Sierra Vista, Arizona. After High School, he enlisted in the U.S. Army Band, where he studied music at the Armed Forces School of Music in Norfolk, Virginia. After his tour of duty with the Army, Rick enlisted in the U.S. Navy Band, where he toured Asia, The Caribbean, and Europe for Five Years. After leaving the military, Rick continued his musical career as musical director for the Al Raitano Show in Phoenix, Arizona. During his ten-year run with Al, Rick served as arranger and conductor for the late Lou Rawls at the Phoenix Music and Arts Festival (1993). and later formed Breeze, a variety group, with David Weeks, Les Scott, and Pam DeCosmo. The group "Breeze" was eventually transformed into "The Van Goghs," which featured Lynda Fox on vocals. Rick has been performing with the Van Goghs, a variety trio, and as a solo keyboardist-Vocalist at many venues in the Phoenix Metro Area. In January of 2006, Rick served as musical director for George Benson at a charity gala in North Scottsdale, AZ. For the past two years, Rick has been composing New Age music for relaxation, meditation, Yoga, and Tai Chi.