Fantasy

Fantasy

; Chicago Soul staples The Triplett Twins (Leon and Levi) produced the act Fantasy recording the song “Betsy” in 1975. The Disco-infused opus was an homage to a car lovingly named Betsy. The Triplett Record Corporation pressed a 12” extended play single and shopped...
Tony Stevens Band

Tony Stevens Band

; Brit bassist Tony Stevens has lived the rock and roll life most aspiring musicians can only dream of. Stevens joined Savoy Brown in 1968 and co-authored the band’s Billboard charting 1970 Decca Records LP “Looking In.” By 1971, Stevens had co-founded Foghat,...
Dirk Debonaire

Dirk Debonaire

; In the early 80s, Dirk Debonaire lit up the San Diego party scene. Along with regularly packing area nightclubs, the boys also opened for headliners including Tears For Fears, The Motels and Billy Idol. Their wildly popular 1982 video single, Surf Party, showcased...
Baker DeCocq

Baker DeCocq

; Baker DeCocq formed in the early 80s in Grand Rapids, Michigan. By 1982, Bob DeCocq and Marshell Baker had written enough songs to record the band’s only album “Baker DeCocq and Friends.” The LP was an eclectic mix of Southern Rock and Country which found release on...
Lisa Marie Smith

Lisa Marie Smith

; Singer, songwriter, and charismatic entertainer Lisa Marie Smith became the youngest headliner on the Las Vegas Strip as co-star of the award-winning show, “PINUP.” After a successful four year run, she joined the original cast of “BAZ: Star Crossed Love at the...
Skaie Knox

Skaie Knox

; Skaie Knox Possessed with the desire to be a storyteller, Skaie Knox began writing songs at 12. The budding songwriter was influenced by a diverse collection of artists including Ella Fitzgerald, Sammy Davis Jr., Bette Midler, Fleetwood Mac, David Bowie and the...
Paris James

Paris James

; Paris James Born with music in his blood, singer-guitarist Paris James started playing at 7. His influences can be traced to his 2 grandfathers, one headed the largest Baptist church in Georgia, the other a notorious bootlegger who battled the police. Paris lived...
Slyder

Slyder

; Slyder dominated the Florida Rock scene from 1977 through 1984. That was back in the day when Johnny Depp’s band, The Kids shared the same circuit. Founded by singer/songwriter Billy Livesay (Clarence Clemmons, Foghat), Slyder recorded prolifically between touring...

Glass Heroes

; Glass Heroes Glass Heroes are the self-proclaimed longest running Punk band in Phoenix. Led by frontman Keith Jackson (The Rogues, Shock Therapy), guitarist Steve Shelton and bassist Steve Davis (U.S. Bombs), the band has played every dive bar and shit hole across...
The Mears Brothers

The Mears Brothers

; The Mears Brothers Tommy, Jim & John Mears have been writing and performing together since they were young boys growing up in Racine, Wisconsin. The brothers spent years lighting up crowds and dance floors across the US on tour with their stellar Country act....
Freebridge

Freebridge

; Freebridge Hailing from Austin, TX, Freebridge epitomized the Jam-Band/Roots Rock sound of the late 90s. Freebridge built a loyal fanbase by playing all the right watering holes, including Flamingo Cantina, The Mercury, and Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar, where...
The Spiffs

The Spiffs

; The Spiffs The Spiffs exploded onto the burgeoning Phoenix, AZ Punk scene in 1979. Formed by singer/songwriter, Glenn De Jongh, the band also featured drummer Steve Golladay and guitarist Don Doiron. The Spiffs quickly gained notoriety for their wild antics both on...

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