The Honorifics are a Las Vegas based Rock and Roll group that started, “The New Oldies.”
They bring a nostalgic sound with an indie feel. The Honorifics are delighting audiences across genres, age groups and the globe! They put the fun back into music. Their unique sound is fresh, fun and catchy as hell!
The Honorifics are doing something bold and beautiful that helps us all to remember why great music lives and grows forever. The Honorifics are fresh, fun, and wicked cool! Take the fun beat of rockabilly and mix it with a little bit of country, a little bit of pop, and a whole lot of cool, and you get the band, "The Honorifics."
Come join the fun and catch the fever...
Come join the fun at:
The Smith Center - Las Vegas
February 13 & 20 from 7PM to 9PM
Accoustic Rhythm – Vocals
Jon Lindquist is a hall-of-fame radio announcer/producer whose voice has been heard by millions; and he has been a vital part of the Las Vegas radio landscape for over 20 years. Jon originally hales from Montana and loves playing music.
Lead Guitar – Vocals
Dr. Annette Hasalone is a well-known Naturopathic Doctor who has been listed in the Marqui’s Who’s Who since 2003. Having developed a full line of products for her company Elemental Research, Inc., Dr. Annette is both an innovator and inventor. In addition, she has been a prominent radio-broadcaster for almost 15 years. She is originally from Northern California and has been playing guitar and singing since she was very young.
Drums – Vocals
Though the band calls him “Gary”, Garret has been active in music most of his life, in a variety of styles, in a variety of roles, and on a variety of instruments. Jon and Annette refer to Gary as the “icing on their musical cake.” His talent, keen sense of humor, boyish charm, and love of music are elements The Honorifics wouldn’t be the same without.
Bass - Vocals
Bassist, composer, and educator Rob Kohler has been a featured performer at many music festivals around the world including; Montreux, Strawberry, Vancouver International, and the Stanford Jazz Workshop, to name a few.
He has been a regular at Stanford Jazz Workshop since 1991. From 2006-08 Kohler served as the Education Director for SJW. He helped to design and implement a successful middle school jazz program at NOCCA in New Orleans and is a regular clinician there to date.As a composer Rob has been the recipient of two NEA Grants and his originals have been featured on numerous recordings.
Drums - Percussion
Steve started drumming at the age of 11. He is proud to be a left-handed drummer. Some of the greatest drummers of our time are lefties such as: Phil Collins, Ian Paice and Ringo Starr to name a few.
Steve graduated with a BA in Performance of Jazz and Percussion from The Philadelphia Music Academy. His influences are vast,… Buddy Rich to Ringo Starr, Steve Gadd, Max Weinberg, Kenny Aronoff, Steve Jordan, Carter Beauford, Steve Smith, Steve Farrone and the list can go on and on. Steve has performed a variety of music in his career including dance and pop, new country, blues, jazz, grunge, progressive, alternative and always straight ahead rock'n'roll.
Steve is a professional with very good work ethics, great stage energy, and is an excellent time keeper. He takes great pride in the integrity of the music. Younger fans say "...he's so much fun to watch" and "...he looks like he's having a blast!" and the thing is ..."HE IS!"
Producer - Bass - Drums - Vocals -Whistler
If the name Corea sounds familiar, it should. Thaddeus is the son of jazz-legend Chick Corea. He is also owner of the coolest recording studio in Las Vegas: Jaguar Recording Studio. As producer of The Honorifics, Thaddeus wears many hats (and sometimes a beard!) His musical interests and tastes run the gamut, hence his interest in The Honorifics.