Six talented musicians / five singers with a strong working relationship
(The 'whole' far exceeds the sum of its parts.)
Michelle Auguste is an original founding member of the band. Her soulful style and
rich timbre are easy to hear in everything she sings from Alicia Keys to Gladys Knight to Gretchen Wilson.
Michelle's experience singing with large choral groups contributes immensely to the sweet sounding vocal blend of this band.
Larry Milton, keyboardist / vocalist and bandleader, has been a full-time musician his entire adult
life. He has created music for many regionally aired TV and radio ads, worked with members of the bands Boston and
the Fools and toured with opening acts for Cyndi Lauper, the Pretenders and the J. Geils Band. His singing spans a
gamut of musical styles from Michael Buble to Tim McGraw to Peter Wolf.
Jimmy Vita, saxophonist and vocalist, has been integrally involved for years with successful bands that
include Mirror Image and Shelter. A talented arranger with a strong background in music, Jimmy creates all of the band's horn
arrangements. His singing covers styles ranging from Tony Bennett to Louis Prima to Van Morrison.
Norm Brunelle is a talented guitarist/ vocalist who's been a full-time musician and guitar
teacher most of his life. He has played with well-known musicians Sonny Stitt and Phil Porter, and worked with popular
New England bands that include Boss and Quartet. Norm is also a prolific composer and reverbnation recording artist.
Doug Nally is a seasoned professional drummer. Having worked with artists that include Phyllis Hyman
and Stanley Turrentine, Doug has performed at the Newport and Montreux Jazz Festivals, Carnegie Hall and on The Tonight Show.
He is a master of the drums, affectionately known as the "Rhythm King".
John Moriconi (Johnny Bluehorn), has been performing for many years as a trumpet
player, vocalist and front man. He's played with bands that include Mission of Blues and the Chicken Slacks. John's soulful
singing covers styles that range from Ray Charles to Bruce Springsteen to James Brown. He was nominated for
"Outstanding Male Singer" in the 2007 Blues Audience Reader's Poll and "Outstanding Horn Player" in the 2010 Poll.