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Artist Bios

Information on the amazing line up of super stars in this band!!!

Tommy Roxx

Tommy ‘ROXX’ Tommy ‘ROXX‘ Douthat aka “Soulman” has been touted as being a cross between Ronnie VanZant, Bob Seger & Kid Rock . Tommy has the classic Southern Rocker look, and has a stage presence that resembles a mix of some of the best qualities of Ronnie VanZant, Bob Seger & Kid Rock while mainly …

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Peter J. Kanewsky

Peter J. Kanewsky – aka – Peter John Kane Pete traveled extensively over the years with several bands from the mid 70’s (Zapp) and 80’s (Hollywood, Ray Anderson and the Fire, Robert Murdock Band, The Deal), then with the John Eddie Band up until 1996. Pete moved briefly to Philadelphia to set up the PhillymusicZine …

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Jeffrey Scott Onnen

Jeff plays lead, slide & rhythm guitars as well as Harmonica & Banjo. Jeff also plays some bass guitar, piano, Mandolin, and drums. Jeff would like to thank his high school music teacher Ralph Meyer who helped guide him, and gave him access to the school auditorium stage for band practice, and let Jeff give …

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Tommy Spittle

Tommy Spittle plays Lead, slide, & Rhythm Guitars Tommy has played in such bands as Southern Rocks Finest & the Rebel Pride Band.                    

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David “Chaos” Knisley

David first got his start in music playing drums at age 10 and guitar at 15. His main influences were Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, Blackfoot, the Outlaws, Bad Company, Deep Purple, BTO & Grand Funk Railroad. He joined his first band playing guitar in “Sidewinder” at age 19. He auditioned for rhythm guitar, but instead …

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Doug Lipps

Doug Lipps- Bass Guitar Born 1960- Saint Louis Mo. Lives in Ocala Florida Doug Lipps started playing Bass at the age of 14 listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd, YES, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Outlaws ect… He played for the Lakewood High and Northeast High School stage bands(both in Pinellas County Fla.) He played in some of …

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Rudy Goryance

Rudy plays drums                                

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