Evolution-"The Ultimate Journey Experience"
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With years in the music business, Hugo has accomplished what most artists only dream of doing. He's been signed to three major label deals, as well as having several of his published works used in the soundtrack of the movie "Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead" (w/Christina Applegate).

Having been a founding member of pioneer "Melodic Rock" bands,"Valentine" and"Open Skyz",Hugo ventured on his own to release three solo albums released to stellar reviews and major critical acclaim.

Adam enrolled at New York University where he began to intern at Columbia and Polygram Records. This led to a job at the firm of JLM public relations, working with bands such as Duran Duran, Iggy Pop, Yanni and Icehouse.

During this time Adam began to form the band Valentine. With a strong focus on songwriting and a brief move to LA; major management, label and publishing deals soon followed. Valentine was signed to Columbia Records and went into the studio with producer Neil Kernon (Hall and Oates, The Romantics, Dokken) Adam signed on with Warner Chappel as a writer at this time. Personnel changes at Columbia forced the band off of the label.
Fortunately their A&R person moved to Giant Records taking Valentine with him. Along with the release of their debut record and video on MTV, Valentine also wrote and performed songs for the movie "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter Is Dead" Starring Christina Applegate

Having recorded and toured with the likes of 80's rock diva "Fiona" and metal act "Angel", Lance is a busy guy. As Leader of the Elton John Tribute ROCKETMAN, Lance has logged more hours in the tribute scene than some Elvis impersonators. Originally an accomplished drummer, he took on the keyboards a few years ago and progressed at an unbelievable pace. Having studied piano and voice under the instruction of front man Dave DeFeis of metal band "Virgin Steel", Lance is also a lead singer in his own right, as can be heard on Journey staples, "Feelin' That Way", "Anytime" and "Just The Same Way".

Les was born and raised on Long Island, New York. He was always around music during his childhood , because his father was a professional musician. At 10 years old, Les started playing bass guitar having been influenced by The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and most other classic rock bands. At 14, he switch over to guitar until he was approached at 16, switching back to bass guitar to join a Rush tribute band. This band came in 3rd place out of 40 bands and beat out all the other bands at his school by performing a Rush song at a WBAB battle of the bands. After graduating high school Les enrolled in Five Towns College, a music school and majored in both music business and music theory. In the mid 80’s Les joined up with various veteran musicians and toured all over Long Island.

Can't say enough about the Drummer in Evolution. Mike is an absolute MONSTER on his instrument. He performs with such intensity it's as if he'd been playing with Evolution - More accurately, as if he'd been playing with Journey since the bands inception. Mike is also a member of the most incredible Rush tribute in existence, 2112. His vocal and drumming ability has made the rhythm section of this band complete (thank you for sharing, 2112!!).. Steve "Smitty" Smith, Deen "The Machine" Castronovo, meet Mike "The Monster" Morales...