Glen Bui (Guitars)
Glen was born in San Francisco and spent his early years performing in the Bay Area. At one time he took several lessons from an up and coming guitar player named Joe Satriani while in Berkeley. Glen co-founded Pegasus while living in California, they were signed to Epic Records. He toured and performed for Steppenwolf Productions (Magic Carpet Ride, 2010-2013) and throughout the years performed with several original members of Steppenwolf before it broke up in 1976, many variations of bands playing Steppenwolf's Greatest Hits evolved. Glen performed with and backed many famous artists, Eddie Money, Tower of Power, Cathy Metea, Lone Heart , Waylon Jennings, Frank Black of Hank Williams Jr and Waylon Jennings, Roger Fisher of Heart, Lloyd Poole of Sugarloaf, Paul Vario, Sheldon Miller, Thunder Ridge, The Blues Trust Fund and HolyCross.
Goldy McJohn (Hammond B3)
Goldy is best known as the original keyboardist for rock group Steppenwolf. Originally a classically trained pianist, he was a pioneer in the early use of the electronic organ (Hammond B3) in heavy metal.
Bosco spent his younger years in the small town of Carlton Washington where he enjoyed the country life of sprinkler changing, riding horses, and bucking bails of hay. "I remember getting in trouble for taking my dads hi-fi system and integrating it into an 8-track and a cassette where I made my first pseudo recordings," recalls Bosco. Out of high school Bosco joined the army and then later made it to college in Florida where hen studied audio engineering at Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts. After graduating he went straight to work at Criteria Recording Studios. With his gift of music he worked with some of the greatest artist of all time including; Celine Dion, 2 Live Crew, Ghetto Youth, Damian Marley, Celest Marley, Steven Marley, Rita Marley, Julian Marley, DMX, Gloria Estefan, LL Cool Jay, Bob Marley Remix, Usher, Spice Girls, Jose Lois Rodrigous, Olga Tanon, Julio Inglesias, Enrique Iglesias, K C and the Sunshine Band remix, Brittany Spears, Yngwie Malmsteem just to name a few as well as worked for a long list of super producers including Rodney Jerkins, Humberto Gatica, David Foster, Chris Tsangateris, and Bryan Adams. Now Bosco enjoys writing and singing and aspires himself to be one of the big dogs as an artist.
Mike Setzer (Bass, Vocals)
Mike Setzer has shared the stage with Matthew and Gunnar Nelson
(Nelson), Leroy Powell (Shooter Jennings Band), Arlan Schierbaum
(Jemimah Puddleduck), and Brian "Dogboy" Burwell (Neve), as well as
opened for such national acts as Los Lonely Boys, P.O.D., The Slip,
Tealeaf Green, Lotus, and The Atomic Punks. He's also toured and performed for Steppenwolf Productions (Magic Carpet Ride, 2011-2013).
Gerry Dupuis (Drums)
Gerry Dupuis was born in New Brunswick, Canada, February 10th, 1960 and has been playing music since he was 16 years old. In 1980 he moved to Montreal, Canada and played with numerous bands on the road that lasted up to 20 years. In 2001, Gerry moved to Port Orchard and began playing the local area with a few local and regional bands, most recently with "The Spence Brothers." His influences are Jam Bands, Blues, Rock, Funk, Motown, and Bluegrass.
Danny Ironstone (Keyboards/Guitar)
Recorded as a studio musician since 1972.
Signed as a songwriter/producer to Island Music in 1979.
Published ASCAP Songwriter since 1979, record producer, vocal coach,
and worldwide touring Musical Director (Keyboard Player) for popular singers and groups such as John Kay and Steppenwolf, Anita Baker, and The Pointer Sisters. Played on songs recorded by Artists: Bonnie Raitt, Sheena Easton, Anita Baker, Brenda Russell, Sylvia St. James, Jess Roden,The Carpenters, Chaka Kahn, Randy Crawford, The McCrarys, Rita Coolidge, Pricilla Coolidge, Booker T and the MG's.
Dennis Mitchell (Guitars, Vocals)
Dennis is a member of the Kingsmen and The Dennis Mitchell Band.