Those of you who know me somewhat well are aware that I don't just "DO" radio and electronics. I'm a musician.
A band is almost like a second family or a business. You have ups and downs. A few quick comments on these middle-aged rock freaks, from left to right...
George is our lead singer. We spent a few years together in Impact 50, and he was the heart and soul of that band. I have always had to work extra-hard make others look good in a band or on radio. With George, it's the opposite. He sings it like he means it. Formerly of the Front Street Band, George is one of the cores of this band as well.
John is a versatile guitar player that seems to play anything we throw at him effortlessly. In fact, previously, John and I played a wedding gig along with Chris Brown with barely 24 hours notice and no rehearsal at all and managed to rock the house.
That third guy standing in the light colored shirt is a real dork. LOL!
Next to him is Shawn, the drummer, whose claim to fame is jamming with me when we were only 12 years old. We both played drums together in school concert bands until I quit in 11th grade. Shawn has painstakingly restored his original Ludwig drum kit from those days which is still in use.
Kneeling is Ed, our bass and "other" guitar player. Ed and Shawn played in bands with Robbie Noll when they were barely teenagers, and Ed and Shawn were pals in 6th grade.
The name of the band is Wherez My Limo. You can blame Shawn for the name. So far, we have not been driven to any gigs in a limo, so the question remains and seems appropriate.
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