Calling Staff

Mission, Texas

The son of long-time square dancers, Bronc joined his first square dance class in 1975. 16 weeks later, he called his first tip. Since that time, Bronc has become one of Square Dance Calling's true globetrotters calling thru C-3B. He has been featured at dances, festivals, workshops, resorts and caller schools all over the world.

Gilbert, Arizona

Bill began his calling career in 1961 when he taught his first Square Dance class. Bill teaches all levels of squares from the basic beginner to the Challenge level C3B and continues to call all levels in Mesa, Arizona where he currently resides. Bill has been the featured caller at many festivals and has several weekends in the United States and in Sweden at the Swedish National Challenge Convention.

Todd Fellegy

Meriden, Connecticut

Todd Fellegy has been calling for over 40 years and is one of the world’s most prominent Challenge callers. Todd has traveled extensively Nationally and Internationally calling all programs from Basic through C3B. His professional calling style has made him a favorite world worldwide.

Michael Kellogg

Northridge, California

Michael began square dancing at the age of 21 and started calling almost immediately in 1983. He now celebrates more than 35 years of calling experience.

Dancers today know him for his high energy, exuberant, and uplifting calling style; and his technical but "down-to-earth" teaching. It's hard not to have fun when you're dancing to Michael's lively presentation.

Tim Ploch

Houston, TX


Tim Ploch learned to square dance while he was a student at Rice University. He graduated from his square dance class in December 1973 and by the summer of 1975 was dancing at the highest levels. Although he began calling informally before that time, by 1975 he was calling advanced and challenge, also graduated from callers school that same year and has been calling continuously since that time.

Indian Springs, Ohio


Jack began calling in 1982 while serving as a member of the US Air Force. Together Jack & Sherry manage a very busy home program calling and teaching for two Plus clubs, an Advanced, and a C1 group.

Jack is an Accredited Caller Coach with CALLERLAB and the Central US Leader for Grand Square International, Inc. He runs the Midwest Caller College, is a staff coach of the National Square Dance Convention GSI Caller schools, and conducts many caller training seminars in his travels.