Meet Hat Trick...
Huelskamp, a Versailles, OH native, has been performing
professionally since 1986. In high school she performed with
The Rhythm Company Show Group. In college at OSU she
performed with Chris Logsdon, traveled with The Ohio Road
Show, and sang with various bands including an 8-year
partnership with the band Spectrum from 1990-1997.
Lisa has been crowned Miss Clayland 1992, Miss West Central
Ohio 1991, Miss Oktoberfest 1988, and Miss Darke County Fair
Queen 1988. She competed at Miss Ohio Scholarship Program in
1991 and 1992 and was awarded Miss Congeniality and earned
the Humanitarian Award. Since the pageants, she has placed
second in the Midwest Country Talent Search and fourth in
Pioneer National Talent Search both held in
Columbus. In 1992 she opened for the Beach Boys in Dallas,
Texas, and in 1997 she performed in Florence, Italy. In 2005
she performed at the Miss Clayland Scholarship Program and
judged the 2006 Miss Lake Festival Scholarship Program.
Now with Hat Trick, Lisa brings enthusiasm and charisma to
the stage singing all genres of music.
Lisa has an BS from OSU in elem. ed with a specialization in
middle school science and in Environmental and Earth
Sciences, a Masters from OSU in Gifted Education, and a Ph.D.
from OSU in Science
(STEM) Education. She works for Westerville City Schools and
adjuncts at Ohio State University teaching science
courses. She enjoys gardening,
cooking, camping, and volunteering for
Great Dane Rescue. She resides north of Marysville with
her husband and the four-legged kids..
Berridge, originally from Marion, Ohio, comes from a
musical family of eight and has been playing guitar
since the age of six. Genres in his repertoire range
from country to pop, blues to jazz.
In the early
80's Tim performed on Pearl Street in Boulder, Colorado.
Since then he has established himself in Columbus, Ohio
performing with Chris Logsdon, Paul Kelner, Norbert,
Rich Reau, and Oswald and the Herringbones. The love for
multiple styles coupled with Tim's own creative flair
has made him an incredible asset.
In addition coaching lacrosse and soccer and
serving as the Music Director for Worthington Methodist
Church, Tim is a licensed physical therapist with a
masters degree from OSU. Tim lives in old Worthington,
runs the music program at Worthington United Methodist
Church, and is a husband
and a proud father of a high schooler and an OSU
in Ashville, NC and raised in Marietta, Ohio, Clark
Buelow, son of a music professor, began playing piano at
age 10 and was classically trained in both piano and voice.
In high school, he performed as member of the choir, show choir,
& barber shop quartets. Since high school, he has
continued to refine his guitar
playing and composing his own work and completed his
courses in Feb. 08 in audio engineering. Clark
has performed with Columbus' Chris Logsdon for many years
as well as played solo in and around the Columbus area.
Check out Clark's originals on www.ourstage.com,
Clark brings a unique sense of humor and energy to the stage
and gets the crowd laughing- never a dull moment with Clark
around. An avid gold player, Clark the the proud father of two young
children and one who is grown. He lives in Columbus.
Came Together ...
Hat Trick formed in September of 1997 in Columbus, Ohio with
Clark Buelow, Lisa Huelskamp, and Jeff Tayama. Jeff and Lisa had
an open mic slot at BW-3’s on North High Street and Clark,
walking down High Street to be that night's feature, heard them
playing Janice Joplin. Then, when Lisa heard Clark singing
Bread, she asked Jeff to introduce them; Lisa joined Clark by
adding harmony to Jet Plane and Indigo Girls. The three hit it
off and plans were made to give it a go. Soon the trio made
their first performance together at the Open Mic night as the
feature, then Dave A.'s Halloween Party, and they began to pick
up more gigs. Regular appearances followed at Oldfield’s on
Fourth in Columbus, The Tin Goose Saloon at Port Clinton, Ohio
on Lake Erie, and Tommy Keegan's in the Brewery District,
The harmonies clicked, the repertoire grew, and
the Columbus venues have welcomed the group ever since. On
friendly notes, Jeff went on to pursue other interests in June
of 1999 sharing his talents with his covers and original pieces. By September of
that year, Tim Berridge became the third member of Hat Trick
adding new dynamics.
of 2005, Hat Trick moved into its 9th season.
With this benchmark, on the 18th of that month, Clark decided to pursue studio work
and original pieces.
September 23, 2005 -April 15 2006, local accomplished
solo artist Dave Smith performed with Lisa and Tim at La
Scala in Dublin. On our first night together the trio
performed the three hour show with no breaks- a Hat
Trick record (old record was 2 hr 35 min.) The record
was later broke on Nov. 23, 2005 at Grandview Cafe - 3
hours 11 min.! Dave performed in Clark's absence for 6
1/2 months. Thanks to Dave Smith, Hat Trick is alive and
Buelow returned in March of 2006 and the "Lisa, Clark, and Tim"
trio reunited until work took Clark to Atlanta, GA from November 26, 2006 to Feb 22,
and Tim had a duo show during that time. Clark returned,
and once again, the trio was together for fun,
good times, and great music.
Lisa got a serious concussion
on November 12, 2014 and was recovering until their first
performance on July 18, 2015 at a private party. Thanks to
Clark and Tim, the venues, and fans, the music continued
during that time. With the trio reunited, we
celebrated our 20 year
anniversary in September 2017.
As always, no show is ever
the same. There are still no set lists keeping this
fresh and spontaneous. To the venues who open their doors
and to the people, the 'Hat Trickers,' who open their
hearts and sharing their time - we are most appreciative. Thank you so much, and we'll see you at the