Rhed

Rhed

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Nothing you could ever imagine in your WILDEST dreams.....RHED is Hot & Ready to Roll. An Eclectic Mix of songs you wish you heard other bands play. Delivered by a red headed demon diva,raging guitars, and rock solid rhythm section. From classics as Led Zep to U2 to Violent Femmes.

Biography

Rick has played guitar before he could walk. He plays a wide variety of string instruments and will play anywhere for the right price. Rick has played throughout the U.S., Central America, and The Caribbean. He plays custom electric and acoustic guitars at all our shows, and is always looking for sponsors and new guitars. Jonathan Lindsay has been studying guitar (curiously enough one of his teachers has been Rick) since the third grade. He has mostly done solo work except for the occasional jam sessions. Rhed is his first participation in an official band. His major influences include Chet Atkins, Jimmy Paige and Jimi Hendrix. Jonathan plays both a Fender Stratocaster and a Gibson Country Gentleman. Amy Hutton, Not content to be put into one category Amy has been singing in a variety of genres since age 3. Her background includes musical theater, performing in such musicals as “You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”, “The Sound of Music”, “Godspell” and “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”. She has also performed for many years singing the National Anthem for the Worcester Icecats, Marshall Sterling Indoor Horse Championships and various sporting and racing events in the New England area as well as Western Ireland. Winner of the National Singing Championship in 1999, she is currently a mezzo soprano in the Immaculate Conception Adult Choir and has been a church soloist for over 15 years, performing arias such as Pie Jesu. Amy loves singing with Rhed not only for the company she keeps in the band but also for how the band delves into so many different genres over the course of an evening. Her major influences include: Ann Wilson, Charlotte Church, Robert Plant , Aretha Franklin, Etta James and Melissa Etheridge. Amy uses both Sennheiser and Shure microphones. Paul Reuter has played drums and percussion since grade school. Starting out in the Cincinnati area, Paul played in a variety of groups, performing jazz, concert, rock and punk music. Musically, Paul was inspired at a young age by Buddy Rich and Carmine Appice, and could often be found hanging out at the "Drumshine Shop". One local Cincinnati band that he played in, "The Edge", recorded and produced a moderately successful EP. Since then, Paul has played in several local garage bands and taught drum lessons to young students. Trevor Roberts has played Bass throughout Europe, The Carribean and more recently New England. He has toured alongside Jack Sparrow on the Black Peal throughout Tortuga. His ninja skills are legendary and is the muscle of the band due in part to his semi professional rugby playing skills. His influences include Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Sting

Set List

Pinball Wizard

Everlasting Love

Land of Caanan

Hide your love away

Knocking in Heaven's Door/So Lonely

Tequila

La Bamba

Twist and Shout

Bad Case of Loving you

Joy to the World

Sweet Child of Mine

Hotel California

Little Wing

Shotgun blues

Hard to Handle

Should I stay or go

I want candy

Shook me all night long

Thinking about you - Original

Rock N' Roll

Closer to Fine

All Along the watchtower

Everlong

Come together

Desire

Message in a bottle

Still haven't found what I am looking for

She talks to angels

Times like these

Low rider

Blister in the Sun

American Idiot

Peter Gunn theme

What I like about you

Cherry Cherry

No Rain

Whole Lotta Love

Me and Bobby McGee

Baracuda