If you like The Beatles, you will love "The Guise"
Adrian Gerard-Guitars and vocals
Adrian has been a working musician for over 40 years. He toured the East coast extensively with “The Eljer Band” and played opening act for Chubby Checker, The Five Satins, Bulldog [Young Rascals], Dan Hicks and the Hot Licks, and twice for Joey Dee and the Starlighters. A highlight was playing the Hershey Park Pavillion with the Beatles tribute band Abbey Road” as headliners. After the release of his all original CD, “Sounds Like….Adrian Gerard,” he was asked to participate in the International Pop Overthrow Festival in Los Angeles, Ca. He, with full band, performed the entire CD at the El Rey Theater on Wilshire Blvd in Beverley Hills. The IPO is a festival for independent Pop artists. In attendence that night was Doug Feiger from “The Knack” who commented the songs were “real Beatlely”. The CD was given 4 stars in Amplifier Magazine in two separate reviews by two of the most listened to critics of unsigned pop artists. More to come with “The Guise”. Adrian, actually also played at the original Woodstock Music festival in 1969. He played his acoustic guitar by the watermelon tent, technically he can still say he played at Woodstock 69.
Dale Randall-Guitar,bass, and vocals
Dale played with “The Coachmen”, Syracuse’s #1 event group for 13 years, where he met Tony Bennett, who gave Dale a favorable review of his vocal ability while Dale performed at the Persian Terrace in Syracuse. For a 4 year period, Dale played in the musical stage show “The Music of Carole King” at the Turning Stone Casino. He also performed with Moe Harrington in “One Moe Time” at Syracuse Stage, and again as part of “One Night Stand”. He also played in the musical show, “Cruisin thru the 50’s” for all sold out shows at the New Times Theater.
Most recently Dale played as opening act for “Beatlemania”, and while on tour with a local Beatle tribute band, “The Fab Five”, actually played at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, England on hallowed ground where the Beatles actually stood. He also met Pete Best, the original Beatle’s drummer and Joey Molland guitarist/vocalist of “Badfinger”. Dale is well experienced.