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AM/FM is the ONLY band in America (that we know of) that brings the absolute best ROCK of the 70s back to life... completely LIVE. It's like watching 70s classic rock radio! AM/FM plays the songs other bands don't dare attempt to play! This is no average bar band... AM/FM gives you a true rock show!

The band is made up of four stellar performers with world-class credits who play and sing everything live. Unlike most acts, there are no backing tracks or tapes augmenting the band's performance. The members of AM/FM are professionals who regularly record and tour with the best in the music industry.

AM/FM plays the best of the rocking AM hits and the FM hits that crossed over. From Foreigner to Boston, 10cc to the Partridge Family... with a bunch of your favorite one-hit-wonders thrown in for good measure... an AM/FM show definitely has something for everyone who loves 70s classic rock!

Zachary Throne taught himself drums at age 12, then guitar, piano and bass. As an actor, Zach starred in the FOX television series "The Heights," which utilized his talents as an actor and musician, and the show's hit song, "How Do You Talk To An Angel?" reached #1 on the Billboard charts. He has had recurring roles on "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Party Of Five." He also does voiceover work, currently providing voices for the Nickelodeon series, "Avatar."

On bass, guitar and vocals, Zach has recorded and/or toured with Susanna Hoffs, Vonda Shepard, Joan Jones, Robert Bradley, Jerry Cantrell, Anthrax, Laura Dawn, Pearl Aday, Mother Superior, Jason Luckett and Jamie Walters from "The Heights." He has also worked as a session vocalist for television and film, having sung the Greg Brady vocals for the films "The Brady Bunch Movie" and "A Very Brady Sequel," and sang the theme for the television series "Grace Under Fire." Currently, he plays lead guitar with Cody Carpenter and does various session work.

Rob Shrock is the keyboardist, arranger and music director for legendary composer Burt Bacharach. Rob has recorded and performed with such artists as Elvis Costello, Dionne Warwick, Leann Rimes, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, Sheryl Crow, Chrissie Hynde, Rufus Wainwright, Faith Hill, Ray Charles, Isaac Hayes, Wynonna and a host of others.

Rob is an accomplished songwriter and producer as well. He has specialized in artist development, helping launch the careers of Leann Rimes, Mikaila, Kristy Lee and Galen Callahan. Rob has produced tracks for Bacharach, Warwick, Rimes, and "American Idol Season 2" and many others. Rob was one of the music directors for the "2000 Academy Awards."

In addition, he is the driving force behind the Los Angeles rock band, Frame 313.

Bassist Shane Solo began playing guitar at the age of 14. By 15 he was sneaking into bars to play with seasoned musicians twice his age. He studied music at the University of Miami, one of the nation's most renowned music schools. Shane began playing guitar and occasionally bass for several of the Miami's most highly regarded rock bands. His first major tour experience was playing bass for Latin superstar Maria Conchita Alonso.

In 1998, Shane moved to Los Angeles and continued touring with several acts, including the Grammy-nominated Five for Fighting, Billie Meyers, and former Freddie Jones Band front man Marty Lloyd. He also stays busy in the studio working for legendary producers like Mick Jones (lead guitarist for Foreigner) Desmond Child, and Grammy-Winner Randy Cantor. Shane has become a sought-after session musician, playing on tracks for several notable artists, including Evan and Jaron and Johnny Lange. Shane can be seen in the recent Faith Hill, Tim McGraw video for "Like We Never Loved Before."

Ryan Brown has been playing drums since he was 11 years old. He is featured on the hit single "The Real Thing" by American Idol artist Bo Bice, on the upcoming album by Suzie McNeil of "Rock Star INXS," and on tracks on albums by Jesse McCartney, Clay Aiken, Eric Dover and Stephanie McIntosh. He has also recorded a track with Heather Graham for her forthcoming film, "Broken."

Ryan plays with Los Angeles-based bands OWL, Madras, Frame 313, Arrica Rose and the Dot Dot Dots and Dustin White and the Jeff Jones Trio, and in the bands of Karem Malicki-Sanchez and rapper J. Naugh-T. He has toured China with Taiwanese pop star Chyi-Chin, and played the Bern Jazz Festival in Switzerland with R&B artist Niki Haris. Ryan has recorded with producers Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith), Larry Crane (Elliott Smith), Mikal Reid, Brian Dobbs and Rob Seals, among others. A graduate of Indiana University, Ryan holds a Bachelor of Music degree in jazz studies and percussion.