Audio and Video Clips
(Click each one to play)

Most of these videos are “audience” cameras from some of the gigs we’ve played. All of these are “live” performances. Quality of video varies (for examples, sometimes you can’t see everyone in the band, or it’s dark, or the camera is in motion especially at the beginning), but in all cases, you are hearing the actual live performance (within the limits of the audio capture of the camera/phone based on where it was placed), there is no artificial “retouching” of the sound. There is a wide variety here of different styles, different size bands (videos from 4 piece to 8 piece), and different kinds of venues from casual to formal.

24 or 6 to 4, 8-pc
(You Shook Me) All Night Long (formal) , 5-pc
(You Shook Me) All Night Long, (casual) 4-pc
At Last, 5-pc
Get Down Tonight, 7-pc
Get Ready, 4-pc
Gimme Some Lovin’, 7-pc
Honky Tonk Woman, 4-pc
I Feel Good, 5-pc
I Love It
Jump, Jive, and Wail, 8-pc
Long Train Running, 4-pc
Love and Happiness, 5-pc
My Girl, 4-pc
New York, New York, 7-pc
Old Time Rock and Roll, 7-pc
Piece of My Heart, 5-pc
Respect, 5-pc
Signed, Sealed, Delivered, 8-pc
Soul Man, 7-pc
Walking on Sunshine, 8-pc
Wagon Wheel, 5-pc
What I Like About You , 5-pc
You Send Me, 4-pc
Your Love, 5-pc

Hungry Heart • AUDIO ONLY

Superstition • AUDIO ONLY
Pride (In the Name of Love) • AUDIO ONLY
Every Breath You Take • AUDIO ONLY

The 5-piece version of the band usually consists of guitar, drums, keyboard, bass, and female vocalist (though other combinations are possible... for example, a couple of the clips here substituted a brass player for the bass, with the keyboard player covering bass parts).

To get to 6 to 9 pieces, we add up to three brass players and/or another vocalist.

When reduced to 4 pieces, usually the bass player is dropped and the keyboard player covers bass parts. It still sounds good, but the sound is smaller due to the simplification of parts and fewer possible vocals.

When reduced to a trio, you take out either the female vocalist or the drummer (for a more “unplugged” sound, or sometimes we make use of electronic pre-programmed drums).