Triple Haze

Triple Haze

 Rohnert Park, California, USA
BandBluesClassic Rock

We play classic rock of the 60's, the British Invasion, the Swinging 70's, and the blues. With spot-on vocal harmonies and talented musicianship, the band will transform your event into a never to be forgotten happening!

Biography

Stan Heintz-- picked up the guitar at age twelve. His early guitar influences were derived from the British Invasion and West Coast rock and roll bands of the 60's. Stan eventually formed the group "American Truckin' Company" and played 70's venues in the Sacramento area. From there, he continued his musical journey into country rock, jazz and other genres in numerous bands. Stan found himself in Muscle Shoals, Alabama in the early 90's where he became involved in the local country rock scene. Today, Stan stays busy honing his music skills and performing with Triple Haze.

Bob E. Mac--used to be lulled to sleep by the Bakelite radio in his crib. He started singing at an early age and was raised by a doo-wacka-doo uke player from the Roaring Twenties. With home made drums and a pawn shop guitar in hand, he soon started his professional music career. The 60's and 70's found him composing and recording in Southern California while performing live at every opportunity. Twenty years has passed since he arrived in Sonoma County, where he found his favorite band in Triple Haze.

Mike Smith-- comes from a musical family and played trumpet, baritone and drums in school ensembles. His musical direction was cemented the night the Beatles played the Ed Sullivan Show. After that night he began learning drums, guitar and vocals and formed his first band "The Lost Souls". He went on to perform in several local bands in Southern California and in community theater productions. After many years in Northern California, Mike rekindled his musical fire as was inducted into Triple Haze through his neighbor and friend, Bob E. Mac.

Pete Eagle--grew up in a musical family and learned to play drums and trumpet at an early age. The British invasion, blues and jazz of the 60's grabbed his attention and turned his focus to guitar playing and singing. Pete began performing professionally at age fifteen. Throughout his college days, he played in several S.F. Bay Area bands and taught music. Pete toured the U.S and Canada with the band Common Ground and worked the "Nevada circuit" in show rooms and club dates. Pete eventually came back home to Northern California and met up with Triple Haze
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