The Randy Brock Group was formed in 1996 as a power trio with Randy Brock on guitar, Mike Rowe on Bass, and Brian Deming on the drums. The line-up now features Felice Bernardara on drums and Karl Goebel on keys. For the past 12 years, the band has been a staple of the Detroit live music scene developing their style and talent and have gained a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in Detroit. In addition to local venues, Randy and the band have played all over the country and opened for some of the most legendary names in music such as Journey, Ted Nugent, Eddie Money and Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Although it had been born a decade earlier, it wasn’t until a certain band from England made their American debut on nationwide television that Rock and Roll came of of age. For millions of kids across the country (including three brothers from Detroit), this was the moment that changed them forever and set them on their path. Throughout the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s the George Brothers enjoyed success both together and with separate musical ventures, and the list of bands with which they have performed is quite impressive, albeit too numerous to mention. But take note that many times when a famous artist comes to town and needs a band to back them up, they know who to call. Although they have been playing together for many years, those who are in the know feel that the George Brothers are just beginning to hit their stride. The blistering guitar work, the thunderous bass, the pounding beat, the vocal power, and the symphonic layering transfixes their audience by transforming their performances into displays of sheer talent, versatility, and authenticity. It’s almost as if it’s become second nature to them. Sit back and watch the sparks fly and you will be amazed at what you see and hear.
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