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WAYNE ORR-BASS - A truly versatile bassist who gets the job done, Wayne has played with many regional acts some of which are: Ten Year Vamp, Larry Lewis & Solid Smoke, and Jeannie McCulloch Band. I have opened and played with some of the finest acts, such as Richie Havens, the O’Jay’s, and Hemingway's Cats.
ROBERT NATI – LEAD GUITAR & VOCALS - Bob has played in local bands Crying out Loud , Electric City Horns, Out of the Blues, Bedrock, The Storm and the A.D.’s. opened for Ramones, Joan Jett, The Go Go’s, Squeeze, Eddie Money, Robin Trower, Willie Nelson, The Eurythmics, South Side Johnny & the Asbury Jukes and has filled in on guitar for the Refrigerators, Billy Joel Tribute Band - Stormfron and The Legendary Characters. You need to also check out his FABULOUS guitars such as Miss Esther!
LILA LYNN LAGUNA – MANAGER & LEAD VOCALIST - Lila has been actively involved in music starting from grade school. Lila honed her vocal training at the Westchester Community Center Music Program. Her biggest success story was being in the cast of Jesus Christ Superstar in the part of Mary Magdelene at the Asbury Summer Stock Theater. Lila's first band "4 in Hand/Danz," was a Top 40/wedding band, then onto "Axminster" a progressive rock band, followed by another Top 40 New Wave band. After moving to Cali in 1989 she had a short stint singing with a local San Francisco Bay Area band called "Lipshok and started her own DJ/Karaoke Business under the name KZ Mobile Entertainment Services." Since moving to the Capital Region Lila still has an active DJ/karaoke business and has also sang with Still at Large, Lucky Ticket Band, Ed Salvo Band, Out2Play. Lila formed and is currently the lead singer of Smash4 and Lila & the Obsessions.
SCOTT CARD - DRUMS & VOCALS - Scott’s been playing drums for longer than he cares to remember…
He kept the beat for some prominent Capital region bands…such as Ten Year Vamp..Even The Odd..Bad Karma, and Say Uncle…You can find Scott sitting about a foot off the drum riser behind one of his many drum kits!!!