Team Members

Ken Vetter – Drums, Vocals

The heartbeat of every band is the drums. When the drums are spot on, the fans feel it and move with the beat. That’s what veteran rocker Ken Vetter brings to the group as someone who’s played drums his entire life. Not only does he keep the beat you all feel but he’s also the […]

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George Bartsilianos – Lead and Rhythm Guitar

Virtuosity is a must when paying tribute to Boston and George has it in spades! The huge dual lead guitars you associate with the music of Boston is due to George’s vast experience in music theory and exemplary work ethic. George has shared the stage with many musicians in the DFW area on the biggest […]

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Mark Moss – Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar

After more than 30 years of playing music, Mark Moss has undeniably proven himself to be a musician, singer, and performer that you won’t forget. He moved to Dallas in 2015 and quickly became an active member of the tribute music scene performing with Green Dazed (Green Day), Sunset Strip (a tribute to the 80s), […]

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Alan Josephson – Lead & Rhythm Guitar

Some of us know of Boston and some of us were there! Alan Josephson grew-up in the 70’s constantly listening to Boston’s debut (1976) album and follow up, “Don’t Look Back” in 1978. Ah, the nostaligia! #camarovibes #eagleonthehood #dbx Alan may be new to the DFW area, but he is a veteran in the California […]

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Jeff Tillerson – Bass Guitar, Vocals

There may not be a shortage of bass players in DFW, but a bass player who can sing too?! Those are the greats and we have DFW’s finest! Jeff Tillerson learned to play the bass guitar by ear at age 9. A metal fan, he grew up learning to play classics by Deep Purple and […]

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Pauly Payne – Keys, Vocals

Pauly spent most of his life in a drug induced haze.  After spending the majority of his adult life perfecting his skills on World of Warcraft and building ant farms, he came across a classified ad looking for a keyboardist for a Dallas Based Boston tribute band.  Pauly didn’t really like Boston or music of […]

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