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|Michel (yep, it's
spelled correctly) has been a bluesmeister for almost forty years.
As the band leader, he is responsible for lead vocals, lead guitar,
rhythm guitar and harmonica. Michel usually does more than one
thing at a time, lke play and sing or play the harmonica and guitar
at the same time. It's best to see him sing and play the
harmonica (a unique trick). Michel writes most of the original
music and all of the original lyrics. In addition to playing,
Michel is instrumental in production of the album tracks, along with Stevie G.
In addition to the music, Michel spends a lot of time with the Humane Society looking after orphaned critters. He has several (to say the least) critters himself. Michel is also an accomplished finish carpenter
Personal questions? Email Michel
|Stevie G. is
Holes-In-The-Road's bass player. He plays 4-string,
5-string and 8-string basses. Usually one at a time.
He has been with the band since 1999. Mostly a rhythm
player, he will improvise fills when necessary and do some minor
lead bass work. In addition to playing the bass,
Stevie is also responsible for most of the engineering and album
production (along with Michel)
Stevie is also a member of the all original heavy metal rock band Strych-Nine. When playing with Holes-In-The-Road, he has to de-shred (read-play a LOT less).
Personal questions? Email Stevie G.
George is Holes In The Roads drummer. George comes to the "Holes" with a background in '60's '70's and '80's rock/jazz. He also has a large latin influence with the likes of Santana, G. Estefan and E. Iglesias. His blues/rock influences in clude Three Dog Night, Chicago, B. Joel, and The Stones This broad spectrum enables him to be creative with the blues, especially with original material.
|Jimmy is the band's
sax player. Usually a "hired gun" he decide to help the band
record it's first album. He actually recorded all sixteen bass
tracks in one session (whew!). That's what he said.
Jimmy is the only sax player Holes-In-The-Road uses. As wells
as the blues, Jimmy plays jazz which is evident in his solos.
An extremely accomplished musician, Jim has played with the likes of
Blood Sweat and Tears. This is highlighted in his effort on
the "God Bless the Child" track in the album. With his perfect
pitch ear, Jimmy keeps the band in key and in tune.
When not playing music, Jimmy spends his time on a 8 to 5 job as a professional surveyor.