BOB COFFEY

BOB COFFEY

BOB COFFEY - Guitar & Vocals

Brooklyn, N.Y. born and raised, Bob started playing clubs in Greenwich Village, NYC in the '70s. Thus began a string of low-paying, menial gigs in loud shirts - which has continued to this day.

He wrote songs for the "Captain Kangaroo" show on CBS-TV, where he also received an Emmy Award. He has continued to work in TV Broadcasting for over 40 years.       

Bob is self-taught and says, “sometimes it shows...” He can be found playing electric & acoustic guitar, slide guitar, bass, drums, mandolin, and ukulele.

WES POWERS

WES POWERS

WES POWERS - Bass 
Wes was raised in the sand of Brick in South Central New Jersey – where he spent most of his time riding the train to Asbury Park. His first guitar was a badminton racket that he played in front of the mirror at the tender age of 12. It was when he heard the sliding bassline of “Mr. Tambourine Man” by The Byrds (Carole Kaye of The Wrecking Crew) that he was hooked. From there it was underground radio, WNEW, Jack, Jack, James, Carl, Jaco, Mingus, John, Phil… and of course Paul (to name a few) who influenced him. He thanks his Mom for his first bass guitar.

BOB CIANCI

BOB CIANCI

 BOB CIANCI - Drums 

Bob is a lifelong musician. He studied drums with well known teacher Carl Wolf at age thirteen, began playing gigs at fourteen, and has worked in countless bands. Along the way, Bob also took up guitar, blues harp, dulcimer, bass and hand percussion. Influenced by drummers like Ringo Starr, Charlie Watts, Keith Moon, Jerry Edmonton and Gene Krupa, and guitarists such as Paul Kossoff, B.B. King, Roger McGuinn, Pete Townshend, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, Bob continues to gig as a member of several bands.

He is also a respected and recognized music journalist who has written for many well known magazines, newspapers, fanzines and websites, and is author of the book, Great Rock Drummers Of The Sixties, which was published in 1988 and again in 2006. Bob also has a radio show, "Echoes Of The '60s," on 107.9, WSRX-FM in Vernon, NJ.

DAVE BATTELENE

DAVE BATTELENE

DAVE BATTELENE - Guitar and Vocals  
Dave has toured the globe with the famed Commodores, sessioned with Lenny Kravitz and enjoyed international success as a founding member of the band Djinn - which featured Mr. Mister lyricist, John Lange on lead vocals. Dave is also the lead man for the well followed local band, Red House and is the guitarist for the Billy Joel tribute – “New York State of Mind”.

PAM LYNN

PAM LYNN

PAM LYNN - Guitar, Vocals and Harp 
Pam is a self-taught guitarist, bassist, drummer, harmonica player and songwriter who says her best moment was playing CBGBs when it was still cool!