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"Jammin' at Billy Rays"

Local rock band Rehabitat made its Winsted debut Saturday, Oct. 24, at Billy Ray’s, performing three sets of original, jam-band-influenced tunes. Rehabitat got the crowd moving with rock songs with a reggae feel. Slight electronic interludes from the keyboard/laptop player. Producing a highly accessible blend of music that everyone could enjoy. They did not disappoint even in comparison the the Rev Tor band which played the same stage the previous week.

Band members include guitarist/lead singer Al Abraham of Torrington, keyboardist Will Clarke of Lakeville, bassist Ryan Pannier of Torrington and drummer Jeff Serbek, also of Torrington. The band will return to Billy Ray’s Wednesday, Nov. 25, for a pre-Thanksgiving party with Kent-based band Lespecial. For more information, call Billy Ray’s at 860-379-3474. - The Winsted Journal


Only self recorded live demos.



This group of talented and versatile musicians delivers a crowd-pleasing array of original and cover songs, ranging from laid-back classic and reggae songs, to high-energy funk/rock jams: a riveting combination that will captivate and mesmerize audiences of all musical tastes.

Based in Torrington, CT, for almost two years, Rehabitat has brought their music to venues throughout Connecticut, including Toads’ Place, Otter’s Pub, Billy Ray’s, Gina’s Café, Cilfone’s East Side Café, and the Underground Parade Music Festival. They have the distinction of playing shows with the well-known funk band Fungus Amungus of Providence, RI, as well as seasoned and highly-regarded guitarist Rev Tor and others.

To sample the sound of Rehabitat, you can visit their MySpace page at or Rehabitat Jams on for updates on shows, music, and other information

To reach Rehabitat, you can contact us on our MySpace page, via email at, or call (860)307-9298 (ask for Lani, Manager)