Groovin’ is a band comprised of super talented seasoned players that make the music happen! Audiences have a great time of dancing, participating and remembering all the Good Times in the form of Blues, Soul, Retro, Classic and Rock. Their awesome Stage Presence and Groovin Sounds leave the audience always wanting more and that’s a Good Thing!
Lynda Duffy,, Lead Singer: Lynda, has been in many bands including The Untouchables and The Tones and she is on many Cds as lead and back up singer. Lynda has written and produced jingles and has vast experience on stage and all types of media. Her voice gives all a true Sense of Soul, Gettin’ down with the Blues, Kickin’ out with Rock and Takin’ back with Retro.
Dean Forbes, Lead Guitar and vocals: Dean, from Anchorage, has been playing in the Eugene area for 40 years. His bands opened shows for the Turtles and the Grass Roots in the 60’s. Dean has been playing gospel , jazz , country , top 40 , rock and roll for 50 years now. Dean is a phenomenal guitar player.
Cliff Hunter, Bass Man : Cliff is a native Eugenian and his bands include The Henchmen & El Caminos and the HiLits. HiLts: PNW’s 1st SFO style Psychedelic band. Cliff has personally performed w/ Elvin Bishop, @ Bill Grahams Fillmore West in SFO. Cliff is very familiar with all types of music and Keeps the Dynamic bass going strong.
Rich Dickson, Keys and vocals: Rich is a graduate of the School of Music at the Uof O. Rich, a multitalented keyboardist, has played professionally with various bands in the western U.S. and Canada, and has led in teaching band programs in public and private schools. Rich has played keyboards with Johnny Wheels and The Swamp Donkeys, Electric Soul and the Chill, Backlash, Control Boys, Small Wonder, and his own jazz quintet.
Cameron Wick, Drummer: Cameron has been practicing the art of drum set and hand percussion since his youth. After studying at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts in his hometown of Jacksonville FL, he has continued to strengthen and challenge his abilities by playing with Eugene’s salsa band Descarga 54, or crafting complex rhythms for the 10-piece chamber rock band Hypersapien and now Groovin’.