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, Lonnie Mueller and Greg Youtsey 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 grew up in the Seattle area and has been playing guitar since he was 14 years old. His love for music covers rock, jazz, fusion, blues and country. 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.
Lonnie eventually moved to LA to attend the prestigious Musician's Institute where he had the opportunity to learn and play 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. Now he's rockin' with the Einsteins and they're glad to have him!
Greg Youtsey - Bass, Keys and Vocals
Greg is an Emmy Award-winning composer and sound engineer. He was lead singer and bass player in The Generations and Tacoma in the 1960s and ’70s. During his musical career, he worked with shared the stage with artists including Jackson Browne, Steppenwolf, the Doobie Brothers and Tom Petty. Following a career as a composer and sound mixer for television and film, Greg has returned to his first love, performing live.