Local Live Music

                                      About the Band Members


   Jeff Evans Sr
   Founder of the band

       Lead Guitar/vocals

Jeff is originally from the cotton and tobacco fields of the south( North Carolina). His family moved to California to the Bay Area where a young Jeff grew up in the same neighborhood Santana's 1st album was recorded which was just around the corner from Rock Guitarist Neil Schon.

In 1976 Jeff was in 5th grade and was picked along with other Junior High and High School student musicians to record songs on an LP with Crest Productions. Jeff studied for 3years under Robin Crest music instruction as did Neil Schon and also under the Bay Area Legend Rich Healy.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Eric  Carey                         

Eric began playing drums on the recommendation of his third grade teacher. Diligent in his practice, he went on to perform with the Stockton Symphony before leaving elementary school. Drawing inspiration from the drummer of a local Stockton rock band, Traxx, Eric began to experiment with the stylistic expression of the rock genre early on. Under the auspices of Tim Turner, Jazz director at Morehouse College, he developed a love for jazz and a deeper knowledge of music itself. After viewing a concert featuring the accomplished Turkish drummer Emrah Kotan, Eric began a study of Latin music. He soon adopted the “Left-foot-clave” style of play made popular by his musical hero Horacio “El Negro” Hernandez. But it is his fusion of these styles that defines his diverse approach of music and his distinct sound. His collegiate career afforded him the opportunity to share the stage with Ray Charles, Carnegie Hall Jazz Band Leader Jon Faddis and Bill Cosby among others. Eric went on to play for The NFL Superbowl’s Bart Starr Awards, appeared on Fox 5’s Good Day Atlanta, as well as touring in Amsterdam, Germany, Belgium and the Bahamas. You can hear him on Borders® “Jazz You Must Own,” Volume 2.

 Patrick Robert Teczon
                                                                                    Vocals / Bass Guitar

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