Maxxtone is a four piece pop/rock band from the Springfield MA area. The band has been performing together since May of 2003. Founding members Jon Adams (drums) and Aaron Fay (vocals) have years of experience playing together in a multitude of national touring original and cover bands . This diversity along with their dynamic energy delivering cover and original music contains something everyone will want to see and hear.
While Southern California hums with traffic and nightlife, we're the guys kicking back around a cozy little beachfire on some empty stretch of beach you didn't know was there, cerveza in hand, lifting a toast to the California coast and jamming out homemade songs inspired by waves, hangin' with friends, and dreaming of distant shores. The Wheeland Brothers (or "Bruddahs" for some of you) are a four-piece band from Orange County. We like to call our music Beach Rock Reggae. Basically, if you love the beach, you'll love our sound.
Sexton's music blends many genres of American music, including soul, gospel, country, rock, blues, and R&B. He is known for his wide vocal range and ability to improvise. He is also known for beatboxing and scat singing guitar solos. Onstage, he often plays fingerstyle guitar on a Godin model A6 and uses a distortion effect on a 2nd microphone to "sing" solos.
It's incredible that GALACTIC has never made a carnival album yet, but now it’s here. To make CARNIVALE ELECTRICOS, the members of GALACTIC (Ben Ellman, harps and horns; Robert Mercurio, bass; Stanton Moore, drums and percussion; Jeff Raines, guitar; Rich Vogel, keyboards) draw on the skills, stamina, and funk they deploy in the all-night party of their annual Lundi Gras show that goes till sunrise and leads sleeplessly into Mardi Gras day. GALACTIC was formed eighteen years ago in New Orleans, and they cut their teeth playing the biggest party in America: Mardi Gras, when the town shuts down entirely to celebrate. CARNIVALE ELECTRICOS is beyond a party record. It’s a carnival record that evokes the electric atmosphere of a whole city – make that, whole cities – vibrating together all on the same day, from New Orleans all down the hemisphere to the mighty megacarnivals of Brazil. Armed with a slew of carnival-ready guests from high-school students to 72-year-old AL “CARNIVAL TIME” JOHNSON (who remakes his all-time hit), GALACTIC whisks the listener around the neighborhoods to feel the Mardi Gras moment in all its variety of flavors. For more on Galactic visit www.galacticfunk.com/