On 16, Sep 2014 | In Tribute Bands | By Epic Entertainment
Rob Hanna has electrified his audiences in countless venues, coast to coast, throughout the US and Canada. Hanna’s striking resemblance to the superstar, combined with his voice, moves and mannerisms make the illusion complete.
When Disney began its search for an authentic tribute to the The Beach Boys, Catch a Wave were hands down the choice for them. Disney is known for its top quality choices in entertainment around the world.
Johnny Mandell was born in Central Texas June 29. He started singing at age 5 and was not “discovered” until 1999 by the Nix boys. After hearing his voice, they finally convinced him to join the MuddCatts and perform Elvis tunes.
Have you longed for the happy, peppy music of the 30’s and 40’s, but didn’t know where to find it? Do you keep wishing the sweet, innocent music of The Andrews Sisters was still on the radio? Do you find yourself dreaming of a “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”?
The “BLUES BROTHERS” is comprised of two very talented & accredited performers, George Ratliff and Michael B. Moynahan. The BLUES BROTHERS Show was originally designed by George for Universal Studio’s in California and Japan.
Gregory Wolfe’s first taste in music came at an early age, listening to crooners like Nat King Cole and Andy Williams. At the age of nineteen, like most young adults in Lansing Mi., Gregory went to work at General Motors.