Gary Fitch

Gary Fitch

BandRockAdult Contemporary

Singer-songwriter/guitarist based in Indianapolis, performs a captivating mix of songs and adventurous instrumentals influenced by a wide variety of artists including, Kenny Loggins, Beatles, Sting, Jeff Beck, Who, Genesis, and many others. His shows feature very unique and compelling guitar work.


Gary Fitch is an Indianapolis-based singer-songwriter/instrumentalist/guitarist/keyboardist, whose diverse blend of interesting melodic songs, adventurous instrumentals, unique guitar style, and excellent cast of band members, come together to bring an exciting and audience-pleasing experience.

Locally Gary has been a member of former guitarist of Henry Lee Summer and Roadmaster Rick Benick's hard-hitting band R.B. Haven, has recorded two CDs with Why Store keyboardist Jeff Pedersen, opened for Bob Kevoian of the nationally syndicated morning radio program Bob and Tom, was chosen as one of the entertainers at the 2004 and 2005 Indianapolis 500 Festival Mini Marathon, and has performed with some of central Indiana's finest talent.

Nationally, in the spring and Fall of 2004 Gary was chosen to perform as guitarist/keyboardist and backing vocalist at a number of shows including New York and Detroit with several chart toppers, John Ford Coley (of England Dan fame), Maxine Nightingale, Gallery, Tony DeFranco. He has also performed as bass player on several occasions with The Platters, The Drifters, and The Coasters.

Gary is a 2004 Great American Song Contest Honor Award winner for his two songs Vermillion (Gary Fitch) and New Plateau (Gary Fitch/John Perrault).

Set List

For 1 set shows the band usually does only originals. The following is a typical original set list.

Under her Wing
Red Wheels
Home to Me
Find a Way
One Thin Dime
True to Life
Youthful State of Mind
Livin' on the Edge of Dying
Silent Flight

Sets are usually 40 minutes or so, depending on the requirements.