Aerport Rocking Chairs
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Aerport Rocking Chairs

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Aerport Rocking Chairs-Demos 2005
Aerport Rocking Chairs-YOUREVOLUTION 2007

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The Aerport Rocking Chairs have been jamming in and around Baltimore since 2003. They have played gigs at established venues like the 8x10, Fletchers, and the Santa Fe Cafe. They have also played numerous small venues throughout the DC/Baltimore area.

Four members are doctors by day and two are TPS flouting coporate types, but all are agreed that music is the passion that can make them leave it all behind and hit the road.

The band's music takes influence from various styles, including rock n roll, jazz, funk, bluegrass, blues, and surprisingly, jungle. The drummer, Scott Shapiro, is an accomplished DJ spinning house/intelligent jungle for the last 10 years. Shapiro also has long standing London based record contract for his original jungle tracks. His back beat has lead this band to explore sounds unheard of in a rock band. He can also be heard singing some of the covers during live shows. Scott Sherr is the acoustic guitarist and lead singer with multiple credentials from his days at UCLA. His voice seems to get better with every gig and every song he writes. Its deep, rich tones with a raspy air are unique unto himself. The self professed driver of the bus, otherwise known as the bassist, is Joe Scalea. Scaleas style is as varied as his influences, building a sound that'll keep you moving and knock you over, if youre not careful. The lead guitarist, Dan Gohzansky, has his roots in purist American rock n' roll. His lead style has been shaped by everything from the jazz and blues greats of the fifties, to the newest independents on the New York and Portland music scene. From clean to crunch, Gohzanksy is truly a versatile lead guitarist. Leroy "Bo" Vaughn brings the southern truth with his banjo, mandolin and bluegrass ways and Mark Shapiro rounds out the rhythm section on the bongos.