FAST LANE

FAST LANE

BandR&BFunk

It's good to live life in the FAST LANE We combine outstanding vocals with virtuoso musicianship..... Don't drink and drive in the FAST LANE

Biography

Life in good in the FAST LANE!

We boast a musical pedigree other bands would salivate over. Collectively, we have shared the stage with many diverse musical artists: Montgomery-Gentry, Bo Diddley, Marty Stuart, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Parliament, Funkadelic, Chic.........

FIVE came from southwest Florida by way of Michigan. He was once featured in an article in Rolling Stone Magazine. His fleet fingered guitarwork reminds one of Satriani playing Debussey. His tasteful playing colors the musical aura of the FAST LANE....

NASTY JOKER has been a first call drummer in his natie Gainesville. He mixes a variety of polyrhythms in an interesting blend of funkiness that drives the FAST LANE. He is always on the one....

EVIL MAN' s formal musical education included studies in music theory and composition. He often arranged songs for his previous bands. There is not a set of black and whites he would not drive in the FAST LANE....

TYLER brings good looks and a heavy thumb the bottom end, laying down groovy funkiness for life in the the FAST LANE....

SKYNTYTE worked as a professional musician before he could legally drive or drink in the very clubs he was playing. He has traveled world wide to play musical. He was personally mentored by none other than Bo Diddley, and previously served as musical director for Bernie Worrell's Woo Warriors. He now brings these talents to the FAST LANE....

VELVET brings her earthy alto, which seamlessly blends with the clear soprano from LACE. With SKYNTYE, they interchange lead and harmony vocals in an auditory ballet the delights the ear and pleases the mind.

Set List

We are a band of musicologists, playing both covers and originals. We meld countrified jazz with metallized funk, and spice it all with heavy doses of rock and rhythm & blues........

Kiss (Prince), Brickhouse (Commodores), Standing on the Verge of Getting It On (Parliament/Funkadelic), Warning (original), Burning Down the House (Talking Heads), I'm a Man (Bo Diddley), Jailhouse Rock (Elvis),
Miss You (Rolling stones), Walking on the Sun (Smashmouth), Little Miss Can't Be Wrong (Spin Doctors), I (Part of Me) (original), Cosmic Slop (Parliament/Funkadelic), You and I (Rick James), Don't Stop Till You Get Enough (Michael Jackson), Killing Me Softly (Fugees/Roberta Flack), Stereo (4th Avenue Jones), Umbrella (Rhianna), Some Kind of Wonderful (Joss Stone)...........and more