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Jim Bailey - Guitar and Vocals
Jim has been playing guitar and singing professionally since age 18. Over the years he has performed as a single act, in duos, show bands and more, including the 5-piece Irish Rock band Dark Molly. After watching a Jeff Beck performance, Bailey was inspired to get back to playing Rock and Roll. He met Bill Dodge and Randy Jacobson who jumped on board and Einsteins Relatives was born. Jim plays a Fender 'Jeff Beck' artist series stratocaster through a Marshall JVM410C amp.
Bill Dodge - Percussion and Vocals
Bill's impeccable drumming is the heart of the band's irresistible groove. Before joining the Einstein's, he played in numerous cover and original bands in the Seattle area - The Fanatics, Swamp Daddies, and Shambala to name a few - utilizing his amazing range of musical styles from R & B, Funk, Jazz, Latin, Rock-n-Roll and beyond, He also recorded 4 albums with the Scott Lindenmuth Group, an original musical fusion project. As a lifelong student of drumming, Bill is constantly seeking to expand his knowledge and ability, and it shows!
Lonnie Mueller - Guitar, Vocals
Lonnie has been playing guitar for 25 years. His love for music ranges from rock, jazz, and fusion, to blues, with more of a preference for fusion. Lonnie grew up in the Seattle area, having early influences including artists such as Neil Young. Lonnie refused to let the fact that he was unable to afford to buy an instrument stop him from his dream of becoming a musician, so he borrowed a guitar from a friend and learned to play. His skill as a guitarist became so serious that he decided to pursue an education in music. Lonnie moved to LA after he was accepted into the very prestigious MIT (Musician's Institute), where he got an opportunity to rub shoulders with many famous musicians.
Lonnie has played in several Seattle area bands such as Go For Broke, Light Years, and Dave Christianson's Tribute to Mick Jagger.
Jeff Roberts - Bass, Vocals
Jeff says his most musical productive years were between 7 and 11 years old when he mastered, Air guitar. Being born and raised in Washington state, he decided to continue the music that came quiet naturally. He gives credit to his father, grandma and grandpa who were a great encouragement along the way.
He started playing in Jr. High but in High School musician friends included, Larry Jacobson, Mike Selvidge and others. After school he started a long and lasting music friendship with Frothingham, Bonnie Rose, Bill Jameson, Michael Oshie, Lonnie Mueller, Richard Brown, Michael Clune, Jeff Lemiche, Larry Call, Mike Selvidge, George and Dotti Hagge, Fats, (Buffalo chips), and Forever chairman of the boards, Jerry Openshaw. This was the music family of Gopher Broke. Other bands include, Skin tight, Rhythm Café. Johnny Rusk band ( Elvis tribute), Dick Fisher.