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Colette Lovejoy
Jerry Breiner
Chris Longo
Brad Strickland
Brian Meegan
Colette Lovejoy (lead vocals) delivers every song using her pure power-house vocals to wow the crowd. Her list of credits include gigging as a backup singer with many legendary singers, and she has performed at House of Blues locations across the USA over a dozen times. She has performed at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas sharing the stage with Jay Leno, and she was co-music director and performer for Amgen corporate events throughout the country from 2003 -2011, performing alongside or sharing stages with Hootie and The Blowfish, the Go-Gos, David Paich (Toto), Gary Richrath (REO Speedwagon), Jonathan Clark (Dwight Yoakam) and many others.

Jerry Breiner (guitar, keyboards and vocals) is a Midwest native, though he has called California home since 1980 and has been a mainstay of the local Ventura, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara club and concert scenes since. Performing professionally since the age of 8, Jerry is a multi-instrumentalist on guitar, piano, organ, marimba/vibes, mandolin, banjo, dobro and he has performed and recorded as both a singer-songwriter and multi-tasking session musician and producer in St Louis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boulder, Nashville and Orlando, FL. He has shared the stage with luminaries such as David Paich (Toto), Emmylou Harris, Chris Hillman, Jonathan Clark (Dwight Yoakam) and more.

Chris Longo (bass, vocals)  In 1976 he received a call to audition as the bass player for Bo Donaldson & The Heywoods, renowned for their 1974 #1 hit record “Billy Don’t Be A Hero” and their follow-up hit “Who Do You Think You Are.” He was selected from among 100 other bass players competing for the position. Chris toured the U.S. performing in concerts and TV shows such as Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin Eve with Bachman Turner Overdrive before deciding to return to L.A.

Brad Strickland (guitar and vocals) hails from New York City but has called Ventura CA home since 1995.  A veteran of the New York studio scene, Brad‘s guitar could be heard on countless jingles in the 70-80s, He toured with the legendary SoCal-based band Little Feat and worked with a number of bands from the psychedelic 60s era including Moby Grape , Big Brother and the Holding Co, Spirit, Harvey Mandel, Al Kooper, Peter Frampton, Jack Bruce, Gary Brooker, Mountain, and The Young Rascals just to name a few. 

Brian Meegan (drums, percussion) is from Syracuse, NY where he began playing drums at the age of 8 years. After seeing The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show he got his first Ludwig Drum Set and began playing with local bands. By the age of 15 Brian was playing professionally in rock bands, show bands, teaching privately, and performing in the pit orchestra for musicals. After a short stint in New York City during the heyday of Punk Rock Brian moved to Los Angeles where he immediately began working recording demos for singer songwriters, bands, and solo artists such as producer Bob Margouleff (Stevie Wonder, Devo). Brian was asked to record demos for singer songwriter Tim Dulaine, which led to the formation of Blind Date. 
Bobby Orgel (keyboards) grew up around the Long Island, NY music scene.  He was classically trained growing up but his heart is centered on improvising, rock ‘n’ roll, blues, and jazz.  He graduated from the Berklee College of Music with a degree in arrangement and composition in between touring the world with Natalie Cole, partially as her arranger and conductor. This was followed by more touring with Chubby Checker during the oldies revival tours; with the Australian pop star Lana Cantrell; as well as performing alongside Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Marvin Gay, Spinners, Tavares, and more. He participated at the Woodstock music festival in 1969 and brings his experience and love from that to the Psychedelic Summer Band. Bobby has been living and performing in Ventura County since 1987 with his wife Lee while raising their daughter Jaclyn.


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