Detroit, Michigan, USA

MEASURED CHAOS is a fresh and exciting take on the heyday of Blues-Rock & Soul when The Yardbirds, Creedence, Savoy Brown, and Wilson Pickett ruled the airwaves. They will have you tapping your foot and 'shaking your moneymaker' in no time!


All the band members sing lead and are accomplished professional players and songwriters. Some of their work can be heard on commercials, film and television.

Singer Al Jacquez, guitarist Mark Tomorsky, and bassist Mark Gougeon have enjoyed impressive musical careers. A sample of their collective credits include; Mark Lindsay, Little Richard, John Mellencamp, Mitch Ryder, Billy Preston, Savage Grace, Guardian Angel, Jamie James, and Lightnin'.

Live shows by the Detroit based quartet are a powerful reminder that connecting with an audience is the most important part of any performance. Feet start tapping, heads nod in time and dancers hit the floor as their groove heats up and the songs take off.

Measured Chaos has been touring since 2003, with 3 CDs and countless miles logged. They have been delighting audiences from 8 to 80 in clubs, theaters, and festivals. 


"Measured Chaos - LIVE" 33 1/3 Records
"Somewhere Between Detroit & Chicago" 33 1/3 Records
"Blues, Soul & Rock n Roll" 33 1/3 Records

Set List

One 90 minute show, or Two 75 minute shows.


Don't Throw It Away
Think About Your Man
Come Back Baby
Talkin' Your Life Away
Live And Love Alone
Let's Make Love
Spreadin' The News (Not Preachin' The Blues)
Comin' Home
Night Ridin'
Six Days Of Sinnin'
How Did I Get Here?
Bad, Bad Angel
Livin' The Dream
First In Love
Cry For Love
Never Loved That Girl
How Many Men
Can't Stop Thinkin'
Desperate Measures
Train Is Comin' Closer
Whisky Blues


You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover... (Willie Dixon)
Crosscut Saw... (Albert King)
Backdoor Man... (Muddy Waters)
Burn Down The Cornfield... (Etta James)
Your Mind Is On Vacation... (Mose Allison)
Oh, Well... (Fleetwood Mac)
Subterranean Homesick Blues... (Bob Dylan)
The Thrill Is Gone... (BB King)
Rollin' & Tumblin'...(Muddy Waters)
One Sunny Day...(Fleetwood Mac)
Take Some Insurance On Me...(Jimmy Reed)
Cadillac Assembly Line (Albert King)
Going Down (Freddie Ki