Seattle, Washington, USA
BandPopA Capella

The BEST SouthernRock band on the West Coast. Tight 4 part vocal harmonies. Extremely HOT lead guitar duets and Hammond B3 & piano R&R. Covers from The Outlaws, Seger, Deep Purple and The Allman Brothers.


We are a seven piece Southern Classic Rock group from the Seattle area. Billy & Sherrie Alene Bertman on lead guitars are Lifetime Achievement Award Winners. Their note-for-note guitar duet renditions, such as The Outlaws "Green Grass and High Tides" is a "musician's-musician's Concert to see & hear. Brad Turner and Dick Hecox, drummer & bassman are a world class rhrythm section who played most recently with "One Way Out" an Allman Bros tribute band with Greg Allman's son, Michael Allman. Micky Dean Johnson has the killer high range octaves for Deep Purple, Montrose's "Bad Motor Scooter and more. Mick also sings lead with the "Shambala" band. Clark Branum sings a vocal rendition matching Jethro Tull's "Aqualung and Jimi Hendrix "Manic Depression. Dennis Larsen is a magnificant vocalist & keyboard man (Hammond B3) style rocks the house with Deep Purple's "Highway Star & Hush". His voice emulates Greg Allman and Bob Seger.


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Set List

Let It Ride:BTO
Heard It On The X:ZZTop
Green Grass High Tides:The Outlaws
Whipping Post: The Allman Brothers
Southbound: The Allman Brothers
Running Down A Dream: Tom Petty
Feel the Fire
Already Gone:The Eagles
Black Night:Joe Bonamasa
Hell Yeah
Raise A Little Hell: Trooper
Good Clean Fun: Greg Allman
You Wreck Me:Tom Petty
Main Street: Bob Seger
Train Train: Blackfoot
Bad Motor Scooter: Montrose
Hurry Sundown
Needle & A Spoon:Petty
Flirting With Disaster
Aqualung:Jethro Tull
On The Hunt
Manic Depression:Jim Hendrix
Simple Man:Lynnard Skynnard
Hurry Sundown
Guitar Slinger
Outlaw Man
Left Turn On A Red Light:Blackfoot
What Do You Think About That
Fool For The City
Blue On Black
Come To Poppa: Bob Seger
Aint Wasting Time No More: Greg Allman
Black Betty
Highway Star:Deep Purple
Hush:Deep Purple
Ramblin' Gamblin' Man: Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band