Band

Rob Beaulieu – Lead Guitar & Vocals

Rob Learned how to play guitar while in college. Following Graduation and a brief hockey career including some time playing professional teams in Europe Rob basically retired from hockey and devoted himself to playing guitar. Rob was taught by Dave Malachowski and Chuck D’Aloia two nationally recognized guitar greats. More about Rob Beaulieu

Dave Spadaro – Lead Guitar

Fusing jazz, blues and funk stylings, Spadaro’s sound is influenced by Jimmy Herring, Grant Green, John Scofield and the legendary guitar roster of Steely Dan.  Immersed in the Albany-area music scene, Dave most recently led the funk/soul outfit The Mighty Nautilus, and currently is guitarist for The Stone Revival Band, Council Fire as well as working with his own funk/soul-jazz group. More about Dave Spadaro

Drew Costa – Keys / Organ & Vocals

Drew has been playing for many years in the capital region in several bands playing many styles of music. Some of the bands he has been in are Soul Session, Deep Sea Jelly, Fantastic Machine, IMI, Groove Syndicate. More about Drew Costa

Mike Cassels –  Bass & Vocals

Mike is a Veteran bassist who enjoys all styles/genres. He plays locally with The Stone Revival Band, The Mighty Nautilus, Deep Sea Jelly, Soul Session, Groove Syndicate, Larry Lewis & Solis Smoke, Jocamo, etc…Known players He’s played with professionally: “Dangerous” Dan Toler, Pinetop Perkins, Willie “Big Eyes” Smith. More about Mike Cassels

Jeff Prescott – Drums & Vocals

Jeff is a funk/rock drummer who’s focus lies in creating grooves that will incite and entice his listeners to shake their butts. It’s his passion for music and his love of the performance that drives him as a player who’s grooves will lace the heads of the people in the audience and keep them grooving for hours after the room has cleared and the mops hit the floor. More about Jeff Presscott

Jason Townley – Sound Engineer

Jason began running sound in the late 90’s. He stumbled upon a band that was jamming in the local Saratoga scene. Instantly, he wanted to capture the music and start collecting local musicians live music. He had just finished college and had the summer to dtoy around. Grabbing his fathers reel to reel, he set out to tape his first show. More about Jason Townley