Tribute Palooza: Lyin I's Eagles Tribute Band with Special Guest Long Train Runnin' - A Tribute to The Doobie Brothers
2209 Broadway Street
Redwood City, CA, 94063
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Lyin I's Eagles Tribute Band
Rich Duarte conceived the idea of an Eagles Tribute Band in Dec 2007. A drum set veteran--his first band was a Rush cover band, as well as a drum composer, most recently with his long-time cinematic instrumental rock band, Maximum Indifference, Rich was drawn to Don Henley because he both played set and sang. Rich took up the mic and the Eagles' beats--quite an escape from his powerful, attitudinal work with Max Indiff and Rush's beats.
Placing an ad on SF Bay Area Craigslist, he quickly found singer/guitarist David Goodin, a long time country/rock player, seeding the group. Marc Hill soon joined, adding talk box, slide guitar and harmony vocals. Marc is also the band's Eagles historian. Doug Nolan, the bassist, joined the band in late March 2009. Doug not only plays bass, yet sings bass, rounding out the harmonies. Thu Powell is an accomplished percussionist, playing keyboard for those selections that require that all important sound. Recently joining the band is guitarist, Gregg Cook. His lead playing and country licks put the final polish on the band’s sound.
Our sets include classics like "James Dean, Take It Easy, Already Gone, Those Shoes, Hotel California" and newer hits such as, "How Long, No More Cloudy Days, What Do I Do With My Heart".
Long Train Runnin' - A Tribute to The Doobie Brothers
This group of outstanding South Bay Musicians have formed a rockin' band that pays tribute to the music of the Doobie Brothers.
With their extensive Bay Area musical backgrounds, these musicians perform songs from the Doobie Brothers' Record Catalog with the live energy of a Doobie Brothers concert.
Performance songs include Listen To The Music, Long Train Runnin, Black Water, Takin' It To The Streets and What A Fool Believes. As you know, the Doobie Brothers' catalog includes many favorite top hits and outstanding arrangements for a rockin' live concert experience.
You have to see this group from the South Bay. Their live performance will excite you, like a charged up concert by the Doobie Brothers themselves. LTR's vocals are superb and their guitar work is rockin and precise. With two drummers, three guitarists, keyboards, tenor sax and six vocalists, you are going to love the sounds of this band!
Andy Morales - Lead vocals, drums & percussion. Andy is an amazing singer and drummer who has played with members from Santana, Sly And The Family Stone, Malo and many other national acts. He is one of the most sought after musicians in Northern California.
Mark Belshaw - Lead vocals, saxophone, guitar, keyboards, flute. Mark has toured all over the U.S., Canada and Asia and is a great showman. He's known for his searing sax solos which are often played while he's out in the audience on the dance floor! Mark is an outstanding musician and performer.
Dave Petrucci - Lead vocals, guitar, keyboards. Dave is also a songwriter, a producer and has toured all over the U.S. . His piano playing is rooted in Gospel and Jazz and can play Blues Guitar with the best in the business.
John Mallare - Lead vocals and guitar. He too is a much sought after talent throughout Northern California. Deep experience in live and studio performance gives John a professional edge that he has carried throughout his distinguished musical career.
Harold Martin - Bass and vocals. Harold is Rock Solid on the Bass. His unique sound is the foundation for LTR and is a great talent to have in the band.
Andy Thrall - Drums & vocals. Andy has studied with Narada Michael Walden and toured the United States playing a variety of musical styles. Together with Andy Morales on drums, this rhythm section is down right scary. Mr. Thrall's excellent sense of timing and dynamics sets the standard that others can only strive to reach. He's got that Rockin Beat!!
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