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Ted & Duff grew up together and started playing music in the neighborhood until Ted moved to Myrtle Beach, where he stayed working the beach circuit, while Duff worked with bands in Philadelphia. When Ted returned they got together and found John, who spent years playing in multiple cover and original bands. From the first jam the musical chemistry was a perfect fit, as if they have always played together, filling in and augmenting each other’s styles, while providing the framework and structure for creative musical expression. Jimmy completed the picture, adding his vast experience and musical background to the mix, providing the driving rhythms and beats that inspire the band into new heights of musical creation.

Ted Arnold

Talented vocalist, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Ted Arnold, a.k.a. Terrible Ted, The Philly Tornado, has enjoyed a steady presence on the music scene writing and performing unique and engaging original material. Ted honed his craft performing with bands and musicians throughout the Greater Philadelphia area and a number of years in Myrtle Beach playing the beach club circuit with well-known established acts.

Chris Duffy

Chris Duffy, known to all simply as Duff, has had the good fortune to play with many talented Philadelphia based musicians and bands. Duff has played bass guitar for popular cover bands and has at times stepped up to the mic to take on the duties of front man, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist. His true passion continues to be the bass guitar, providing the propulsive and energetic bottom that drives Sherlock’s sound.

John Staniec

Rhythm and lead guitar, vocalist and songwriter, who has an insatiable appetite for playing music. He spent years with various cover and original bands, sometimes two at a time, in the Trenton, Philadelphia, New Hope and Levittown circuit. As his songwriting developed and grew, the focus on originals led to Sherlock, who fitted the songs like pieces in a puzzle.

Jimmy Ivers

Started playing drums in the fifth grade and over the years became involved with various school, church, wedding, and other musical endeavors. Moving on to rock and roll exposed Jimmy to the New Jersey night club circuit, where he worked with several popular cover bands. Opened for Dick Dale (the top surf dude) twice, while playing under the surname Rod Bearings, with one of the top area Surf bands. Expanding his experience into singing, songwriting and recording led to two CD releases.