Modest, yet fierce, William Harris breathes a steady pulse for All the MadMen. Having performed live internationally and locally, Harris executes the virtuosity of a seasoned bassist. Experienced with fretted, fretless, 4/5/6-string basses, upright and upright electric basses, Harris is a shrewd performer who skills rival any of the worlds top bassists. William has performed around the world with jazz giants and rock legends alike. William lives and breathes music as a bassist, award winning composer, and accomplished audio engineer. Harris’ confidence resides in All the Madmen’s capabilities to perform “songs written by legends that span multiple generations that most other bands are afraid to do.”
A brain child born out of the greatest movement in art, David Hornbeck grasps the concept of rock ‘n’ roll as an extra limb. With 32 years of multi-talented experience on drums, rhythm and lead guitar, bass, and audio engineering, it’s no surprise that Hornbeck has played for 100,000+ fans and has driven major media exposure from his production work in TNT’s Franklin and Bash, CBS’s Late Night with David Letterman, ABC’s The Drew Carey Show, and E’s Wild On. Hornbeck creates a tangible dimension to All the Madmen, in which “an extra octave or two is heard, the field opens deeper, and magic can be felt between the individuals.” Hornbeck’s drive results from “music’s ability to heal, console, relax, motivate and harmonize humanity.” With gifted musical talents, Hornbeck propels All the MadMen into an optimistic future, with all cylinders firing.
A force to be reckoned with, Andy Roberts brings over 15 years of multi-musical experience to All the MadMen. Roberts’s ability exceeds that of your average drummer. Awarded with the Liberace full-ride scholarship to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Roberts has made a name for himself engineering and writing music for TNT’s show Franklin and Bash, driving more than 100,000+ televised gross impressions. Roberts has been recognized with numerous musical groups, toured with prominent acts nationally, and has an amiable personality that constructs the heartbeat of the band.
A musical genius in his own right, John Ferro engages audiences with his melodic performances on keyboards and guitar. Ferro captivates the essence of an ingenious time period in the history of rock ‘n’ roll. Since the age of eight, Ferro has engrossed himself playing drums, piano, and guitar live. All that practice paid off when Ferro won the 2002 Drum Corps International World Championships, (captivating all 50,000 audience attendees); as well as performing for the 2010 Latin Grammy’s that drew in 12.5 million viewers. Ferro “really strives to recreate the music as much as possible matching, comparing and adjusting keyboard layers and textures,” which separate All the Madmen from your average band.