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Tsunami is an “out-the-gate, on-your-feet”, rock-n-roll dance band! Comprised of 5 eclectic veteran musicians, they play high energy music with roots in 60’s and 70’s rock, R&B and classic rock.
Tsunami cuts a new edge performing the great songs everyone remembers but few dare to cover. The vocal mix features three dynamic lead singers. Each has made their mark on the local music scene with such bands as The White Album Ensemble, Aja Vu, 7th Wave, The Garage Band, and Cappuccino, to name a few.
Tsunami is renowned for its driving guitars, strong vocals, and cool harmonies---The Eagles meets Clapton while rockin’ with The Stones!
Lead singer and bass player, Kevin Krilanovich (the voice that needs no introduction) teams up with brother Stephen Krilanovich, singer and lead guitar player of Santa Cruz's famed White Album Ensemble.
Stephen Krilanovich’s musical endeavors include Chain of Fools and Room with a View. In addition to the White Album Ensemble, Stephen also teaches music.
Cynthia Larson, singer and guitar player, was in one of the first local funk bands in Santa Cruz; Forty Fingers. She also plays with Stephen Krilanovich in acoustic folk rock band, 7th Wave. She is remembered in Cappuccino, Mongoose, Skin Suit (with Pat Simmons from the Doobie Brothers) and Transaction (World class corporate band).
Peter Van Dyke guitar player; has performed with a variety of bands including Jeff Blackburn (formerly of the Ducks and Neil Young).
Sid Thompson, drummer extraordinaire, is also the assistant manager at "Guitar Center" in San Jose. He has performed with bay area bands such as Aja Vu, Divas of the Decades, and The Garage Band. In addition Sid has played with musical legends Tony Bennet, guitarist Robben Ford and recorded and played with Jack Cassidy of Jefferson Starship to name a few.
Tsunami is a fun, interactive band that is sure to get folks up on the dance floor. Whether at a festival, club, or private show, it is always a great night of high energy dancing and music!
Tsunami band Song List:
American Girl: Tom Petty
Gimmie Shelter: Rolling Stones
Heartache Tonight: The Eagles
Middle of the Road: The Pretenders
Hey Tonight: CCR
Love Me Two Times: Doors
Call Me: Blondie
Walk Away: James Gang Joe Walsh
You Wreck Me: Tom Petty
Only You Know and I Know: Delayne and Bonnie
Already Gone: Eagles
We Gotta Get Out of This Place: The Animals
Pink Houses: John Mellancamph
Under My Thump: The Rolling Stones
Something: The Beatles
The Old Man Down the Road: CCR
Rikki Don't Lose That Number: Steeley Dan
Tell the Truth: Derek and Dominos
Let’s Spend the Night Together: Stones
Can’t You See: Marshal Tucker
Keep on Runnin: The Spencer Davis Group
Strange Brew: Cream
Tom Petty: I Won't Back Down
White Rabbit: Jefferson Airplane
After Midnight: Eric Clapton
Freeze Frame: Jay Giles
One Way Out: Allman Brothers
Tell Mama: Savoy Brown
Let It Rain: Eric Clapton
End of the Line: Traveling Willburys
Can't Get Enough of Your Love: Bad Company
Brass In Pocket: The Pretenders
Leap Of Faith: Delbert McClinton
Rock Steady: Brian Adams/ Bonnie Raitt
Pretzel Logic Steely Dan
Piece of my Heart: Janis Joplin
Down on the Corner CCR
White Room: Cream
In The Summer Time : The Kinks
It’s Too Late: Derek and The Dominos
Superstition: Stevie Wonder
Don't You Want Somebody To Love: Jefferson Airplane
Reason To Believe: Rod Stewart
Ol 55: Eagles
Can’t Find My Way Home: Traffic
Papa Come Quick: Bonnie Raitt
Satisfaction: The Stones
Things Get Better: Delayne and Bonnie
Crazy Little Thing Called Love: Queen
Ain’t Livin Long Like This: Rodney Crowell
The First Cut is the Deepest: Rod Stewart
No Woman, No Cry: Bob Marley
Shame on the Moon : Bob Seeger
Feel a Whole Lot Better When You’re Gone: The Byrds
Can’t Always Get What You Want: Stones
Cherry Tree: KT Tunsil
Shape You're In Eric Clapton
Thing Called Love: Bonnie Raitt
Tumblin Dice: Rolling Stones