After Midnight

It's Alright

Aint Nobody

Jumpin Jack Flash

All Day and All of the Night

Killing Floor

At Last

Lady Marmalade

Bang a Gong

Lets Dance

Billie Jean

Little by Little

Black Velvet

Livin It Up

Blood and Roses

Love Me like a Man

Bobby McGee

Love Me Two Times

Born on the Bayou

Middle of the Road

Born Under a Bad Sign

Take me to the River

Gimme Shelter

Thank You For Lettin Me Be Mice Elf

Givin It Up for Your Love

The Letter

Goin Down

The Way You Make Me Feel

Good Times/Get Lucky

Tore Down





Hey 19 

Wanna Take You Higher

Hold On I'm Comin

What's Going On


White Wedding

I Cant Go For That / Funky Town

Wicked Game

I Got A Woman

Wild Nights

Immigrant Song



Middle of the Road

Born Under a Bad Sign

Midnight Hour

Break on Through

Move Over


Mustang Sally/Stone Free

Bring Me Some Water

Oh Well

Car Wash

Oo Baby Baby

C'est La Vie

People Get Ready

Chain of Fools

Piece of My Heart

Cold Shot 

Play That Funky Music

Dancin in the Streets

Pride and Joy

Dirty Work

Pump It Up

Don’t Change Horses


Don’t Mess with my Man

Respect Yourself

Don't Need No Doctor

Roadhouse Blues

DreamsRock n Roll

Everybody Get Together

Rock Steady



Feelin Alright

Sharp-dressed Man

For What its Worth

Standin on Shaky Ground

Fortunate Son - Ain't That A Shame

Start Me Up

Stayin Alive

Free Ride


Funk 49

Tennessee Whiskey

Too Rolling Stoned

What Is Hip

Angel From Montgomery



Colette Lovejoy (lead vocals) has a voice most walk away saying "you rock, awesome!"... she delivers a song breathing in her own feel, using her pure power-house vocals to wow the crowd. Her list of credits include gigging as a backup singer with many legendary singers such as Julie Delgado, and she has performed at House of Blues locations across over a dozen times. Her own band played the MGM Grand in Las Vegas sharing the stage with Jay Leno, and Colette was co-music director and performer for Amgen corporate events throughout the country from 2003 -2011, performing alongside or sharing the stages with Hootie and The Blowfish, the Go-Gos, David Paich (Toto), Gary Richrath (REO Speedwagon), Jonathan Clark (Dwight Yoakam) and many others.

Jerry Breiner (guitar, vocals) is a Midwest native, though he has called California home since 1980 and has been a mainstay of the local Ventura, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara club and concert scenes since. Performing professionally since the age of 8, Jerry is a multi-instrumentalist on guitar, piano, organ, marimba/vibes, mandolin, banjo, dobro and percussion instruments, and he has performed and recorded as both a singer-songwriter and multi-tasking session musician and producer in St Louis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boulder, Nashville and Orlando, FL. Jerry has played with or opened for acts as diverse as Al Stewart, Karla Bonoff, Mama’s Pride, Heartsfield, Emmylou Harris, Billie and the Beaters, John Batdorf (Batdorf and Rodney) and many others. Jerry received a Bachelor of Music Degree in Theory/Composition from Webster University and was first in his graduating class from the prestigious Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts.

Bass player Glade Rasmussen is known for his tone; a tone you feel as much as hear.  His adventure started west of Memphis, he learned to walk in Japan, spent time in the oil fields of OK and started playing in a small delta town in Northern California, when his Air Force Dad brought home a cheap guitar. Glade drives the low end with authority, the obvious result of years of playing, recording and touring with diverse talents like Bo Diddley, Jon Gindick, Alastair Greene, Rick Reeves, Brian Buel, C.P. Krunt, Target, House of Games, and San Francisco Bay Area legends Alvon Johnson, Chris Cobb, Daniel Castro, Francis Clay, Bobby Webb and Alvin Sykes.  Both gifted musician and skilled technician, a short list of his production and technical clients reads like a "Who's Who"; Joe Satriani, Sammy Hagar, Bob Seegar, Kenny Loggins, Hiroshima, Reba McEntire, Barbara Mandrell and B.B. King.

Pete Gallagher (drums and vocals) is our resident New Yorker, having moved to California in the mid 80s. Since then, he has gigged at 100s of clubs all over California and the US, most noticeably as Weird Al Yankovic's drummer on numerous tours. Pete's credits are diverse, including stints with such luminaries as Mitchell Dufresne, White Witch (Warner Bros recording artists), The Ad Libs, Rich Harper and he has recorded with artists such as Wayne Shorter, Alex Acquino, Vince Denham, Joe Higgs and Hugh Masakela.