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DizzyFish / Press

“DizzyFish opening for Chuck Negron in Hamden Friday Night HAMDEN – DizzyFish, a local band, is opening for Chuck Negron, formerly of Three Dog Night, at 7 p.m. Friday (July 27), the last night of Hamden's Summer Concert Series, at Town Center Park. “Bring a blanket, a cooler and the kids for a great night of family entertainment," said Eric Herbst of Cheshire. "It's going to be a great night." According to Herbst, DizzyFish is a high energy band that plays its music in the moment. No two shows are ever the same, he said. DizzyFish has been together for about 14 months playing some originals, classic rock and blues. Band members are Herbst on guitar & vocals; Scott Guberman on keyboard & vocals; Michael Colavolpe on guitar & vocals; Davy D on bass and Tom Nagy. You can find the band on YouTube by searching for DizzyFish. Herbst has worked with Smith and Barber of WPLR fame for many years and has written 100 songs, including two recorded by B.B. King and Johnny Cash.”

“Second up for the night was an unfamiliar band for me called DizzyFish, but as I said before, Scott Guberman, who has sat in on the keyboards for Shakedown several times, was playing with them so I absolutely wanted to check them out. Also, Johnny Chang and a few of the other guys from Shakedown said the band was awesome and I was glad I listened. They sounded freaking GREAT! The current band members are Eric (Diz) on Lead Vocals/Guitarist/Song Writer, Scott Guberman on B3/Keyboards/Lead & Backing Vocals, Mike (Cal) Colavolpe Lead & Rhythm Guitars/Backing Vocals, Tommy Nagy Drums and Davy D on Bass. These guys gave us a really high energy, dancey, fun, jam laden, funk fused, and passion filled set that blew everyone away. I loved their ability to captivate the crowd and really throw down some thick improvisational stuff between their tunes, as well as, while jamming inside, outside, and around them. The venue was getting fairly packed by this time and the dance floor was GROOVING!”