Pete lives in northeastern New Jersey arriving there at age 16 by way of Brooklyn. He began his formal musical training studying classical piano for 10 years under the tutelage of renowned instructor William Friedman. His passion in music eventually drifted to pop and rock and so he taught himself to play guitar as a teen. Pete’s taste in music is eclectic and a short list of artists and bands he admires would include, the Beatles, Stones, Allmans, Buffalo Springfield, Squeeze, Crowded House, Fleetwood Mac, Suzanne Vega, Pretenders, Police and Lucy Kaplansky. Throughout the 70’s and 80’s Pete was involved in various musical projects from local theater groups to cover bands playing his beloved pop-rock. Also, like many musicians he spent time performing original music and didn’t get rich doing it. Eventually Pete left the music scene when his career as a high school teacher and coach left him too pooped to perform. After a long hiatus from live performing Pete slowly reentered the music scene around 2007 and has performing steadily since then. He plays all formats from solo, acoustic duo & trio and full rock band.
Ron lives in Northern NJ and has been a musician for the past 25 years. Starting out as a drummer early in his career, Ron moved to the bass guitar about 17 years ago when the opportunity arose in Tony Destro's Bowery Boys and has been playing bass ever since. Ron played with the Bowery Boys for 15 years and had the opportunity to play onstage at the Trump Marina in Atlantic City, NJ and had a 15 year run playing at Manny's Sports Bar in Moonachie, NJ on a weekly basis. Ron has been singing lead in a barbershop quartet for the past 24 years. His quartet competes several times a year throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and has won several silver medals. They have been ranked 8th out of 100 quartets in 2010.
John Torhan, Mike Roze and Matt Patuto - Drums and Percussion