journey back to the late 1960s with colorful costumes and groovy sounds.
The crowd was thrilled to see both Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin on
the same stage!...received numerous compliments about the show and
the energetic performance that was given by the band. Kudos to you!"
--The City of Walnut
Early: Lead Vocals - Connie hails from Cleveland,
Ohio, the home of Rock n' Roll, where she was born into
a musical family. Her mother and aunts were well-known
in Cleveland as The Anderson Sisters, a three-part harmony
trio. Connie has since carried the family torch, lending
her vocals to various musical projects, which currently
also include performing as member of the Ojai Mardi Gras
Band and the house band at the historical Skyroom dinner
club in Long Beach. Connie has performed live with renowned
composer/conductor John Williams, and done session work
for Warner Bros. and Saban Entertainment (Mighty Morphin
Power Rangers). As lead female vocalist for AQUARIUS,
she brings an intense energy to the stage, re-creating
the raw energy of Janis and then transforming into the
incomparable Grace Slick! Her portrayals are genuine,
so much so, that the audience often believes that they've
seen two different performers!
Gerald Davis: Lead Vocals
/ Guitar / Harmonica - Originally from Petersburg,
Virginia, Gerald spent the early part of his youth performing
in local rock bands as an aspiring guitarist, heavily
influenced by Jimi Hendrix. While in the music program
at Virginia State University, Gerald challenged himself
as well to develop his powerful vocal talents, yielding
both bachelor's and master's degrees in vocal performance.
The combination of his influences and versatile talent
make Gerald a perfect fit whether paying tribute to
Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone and other great 60's artists.
And yes, in case you were wondering, Gerald does play
guitar with his teeth!
Ron Olsson: Lead Vocals /
Guitar - Ron, originally from St. Paul, Minnesota,
has had much success in Los Angeles as the leader of
a variety of bands and with his own solo act. A charismatic
performer, his top-notch vocal and guitar-playing chops
are the band's foundation. His immense vocal versatility
can be witnessed in his performances as Joe Cocker,
Burton Cummings, John Phillips, John Fogerty and John
David Abercrombie: Bass /
Vocals -David Abercrombie has traveled far and near
performing, recording and writing with a variety of
musical acts. From original rock with the "Sundowners"
in Helsinki, Shannon Moore in Vancouver and "Freshly
Baked" across the states, to Classic Rock with Michelle
Tuthill in Kosovo, a tour of Germany with "Calico Soul"
and extensive Southern and Northern California dates
with South Bay Female Blues Singer of the Year Award
winning vocalist Shari Puorto. David adds unbridled
flavor to the band, unleashing his free spirit and non-stop
wit, while taking fans down memory lane as Country Joe
(and the Fish)
Wood: Drums - A lifelong resident of Culver City,
California, Brian became interested in the drums at the
age of 9. His grandmother, a major influence, had toured
the U.S. during the Roaring 20’s as pianist for the then
innovative, all girl group, The Roxy Gang. He has since
performed locally in all genres, from the early days of
the Whisky and Troubadour through the days of the big
hair bands and beyond! In keeping with family tradition,
he has passed his musicality down to his daughter who
now also plays the drums, and spends much of this free
time producing and engineering in his home studio, The
Napolitano: Keyboards/ Vocals -A seasoned live performer,
Dennis Napolitano has appeared in major television (Paramount,
Fox Television), film (e.g. Universal Pictures’ Liar,
Liar / Warner Bros. Rails & Ties) and stage
productions as well as toured with notable Grammy Award
winning artists George Benson, Ashford & Simpson and others.
He produces live stage shows and has taught keyboards
and vocals privately for 30 years in both New York and
Los Angeles. The Tonight Show with Jay Leno… rock artist
Paul McCartney…national theatrical productions… all have
showcased the talents of his students.