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March 30 @ 8:00 pm - 11:30 pm

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John Alan Casey: Lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica
I can definitely say I was born into the business. Dad was a touring country/rockabilly musician. I performed my first live solo at the tender age of 5. Standing on a pool table in a small bar in a rural Montana town. I did Elvis’s rendition of “Hound Dog” , complete with girating  hips and all the right moves. Followed with Johnny Horton’s version of “Tom Dooley” again with all the moves of a pro singer. The patrons showered the pool table with quarters….I was hooked for life.
I’ve been in bands and doing solo gigs for  about 60 years. WOW that’s a long time when you see it in writing  At the young age of 67 I’m hoping to be able to continue to bring the happiness of live music to the people for a couple more decades, at least!! THIS GRANDPA LIKES TO ROCK!!!!!
George Glasser: Lead guitar, lead/harmony vocals
When I was 6, I went into Radio Shack with my dad on 29th and Willamette in my hometown of Eugene.  As he tracked down whatever gadget he was after, I sought out my usual activity, and went to look at the various holiday cards on display.  Amidst the typical assortment of funny dog pictures, cute holiday cards and mushy Valentine’s Day cards, there was one with a picture that caught my eye.  It was a photo of a red electric guitar in an open case.  The background was in black and white, to add contrast to the radical instrument that was just sitting there, begging to be slung ’round the shoulders of a rock star.  I was in awe!  It was the first time I’d seen a guitar.  I begged my parents for lessons, and my own guitar.  It took two years, but when I turned 8, my dad took me down to Buy and Sell center where he let me pick out my first guitar: A red Fernandes Stratocaster!  I have been hooked ever since.  I live to love, and I live to play music!
Dean Miller: Bass, harmony vocals
I remember as a  kid  in Phoenix, AZ the day my brother called me in from playing in the yard to come check out this new band on TV. It was the first appearance in America by a band called “The Beatles”, Feb 9th, 1964. That’s when I knew I had to be in a band. At 13 years old, I was hooked. I talked my parents into buying me  a cheap guitar and started playin.  I played rhythm guitar for over 20 years in a few bands. Then one day when I was introduced into a new band, they talked me into playing bass. I liked it so much that I have been a bass player ever since. I really enjoy making music with this band. I think you will love coming to hear us perform. WE ROCK!!!
D. Eugene McGee: Drummer
Has been living in the Pacific Northwest
since he was five years old. His passion for music began
in the fourth grade when he heard Black Sabbath on a 45
while attending Catholic school. He joined the school band
and began learning the snare drum. In high school,he
attended his first concert, { The Amazing Rhythm Aces }
and after hearing what drums sound like when they are amplified
the rest is history. His first rock band was called “Dark Side of the Moon”
and they provided some of the music for a local production of
Bye Bye Birdie. His first paid performance was for a version of
” Should I Stay or Should I Go” at a talent contest while serving
in the U.S. Navy. Throughout the eighties and nineties he toured
and recorded with Lazarus Sin, receiving international press
and airplay. Locally he has performed with Sabor Tropical,
The Liberty Rhythm Band, Powertrain and Micky and the Mojo Hitmen.
currently promoting 2017’s ” …AS I SEE IT ”  the highly anticipated follow-up
to 2015’s smash  ” WHAT SHE REMEMBERS “.

 

Details

Date:
March 30
Time:
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Venue

Mac’s Nightclub
1626 Willamette St
Eugene, OR 97401 United States
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Phone:
541-344-8600