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Muncie, Indiana, United States

Muncie, Indiana, United States
Band Rock Cover Band


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Allan Rhodes~Guitar & Vocals
Allan is from Muncie, IN. He started playing guitar at the age of 5. His family had a country western TV show that ran for 10 years called 'The 49ers.' His first audience was at the age of 8 playing at the Shriners Club in Muncie. He later spent 15 years on the road and played with or was opening act for such artists as Roadmaster, Duke Tumato, Carl Storie, The Chosen Few, Larry Crain, The Faith Band, The Ritual Beggers Opera, Mike Love, Dean of Jan & Dean, and Harry Chapin. He is a local music instructor teaching guitar, bass & mandolin. He plays many instruments such as guitar, flute, bass, keyboards, ukuele, Dobro, harmonica, tenor guitar, mandolin, recorder, & 4 string banjo.

Steve Anderson~Keyboards
Steve is from Anderson, IN. He began formal training at the age of 6 in a piano concentration program for elementary students designed by Anderson University's Dr. Paul Breitweiser, professor of piano. Hes a multi-talentented musician having played the clarinet, tenor sax, guitar, bass, and assorted percussion. Steve has performed with a variety of band for more than 30 years including The Gib Gentry Big Band, Stutz, & Fire Dogs. He has had the opportunity to open for The Pat Metheny Group, Lover Boy, Roadmaster, 38 Special, The Faith Band, and The Ventures.

Tom Privett~Drums & Vocals
Tom is from Anderson, IN. His influences are The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, REO Speedwagon, Bob Seger, and John Mellencamp. He is a self-taught musician with nearly 30 years experience. Tom has played with a number of local area bands such as Ruckus, Strut, Jack Daniels, May-Ju-Look & Fire Dogs.

Mike Quear~Bass & Vocals
Mike is an Indiana native. His musical influences are diverse and include The Beatles, Steely Dan, Jimi Hendrix, The Allman Brothers Band, The Grateful Dead, Stevie Wonder, Weather Report, & James Taylor. Playing in several popular bands in the late 60's & early 70's led him to the road with The Invincibles-an 8-piece band that backed Freddy Fender and other national bands for a couple of years in the mid 70's to where he settled in a house band at Caesar's Palace in Biloxi, Mississippi.