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Ok, so here we are writing some info about the band, then we’re going to show each member’s highlights and such, like from Wikipedia. Could be really friggin’ boring, but it could also be very informative.
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So which member shall we begin with?
(he said member)
In 1993 he joined Jellyfish on tour after the
release of Spilt Milk. The group disbanded in 1994
and Dover joined band mate Roger Manning in
the group Doverman. Dover and Manning have
cameos as part of Davy Jones’ band in
the 1995The Brady Bunch Movie.
Before Doverman went into the studio, Dover
auditioned as lead vocalist for the first solo album
by Slash of Guns N’ Roses. Dover recorded
vocals on the Slash’s Snakepit album It’s Five O’Clock
Somewhere before rejoining Manning in the renamed Imperial
Drag. Dover appeared on several albums as a session musician before
joining Alice Cooper‘s band for the Brutal Planet tour in 2001. He
played on 2001’s Dragontown and is co-credited with Alice
Cooperand fellow guitarist Ryan Roxie on most of the tracks of
the 2003 album The Eyes of Alice Cooper. He left the band
following the tour for The Eyes of Alice Cooper. Fellow
Birminghamian Damon Johnson won the audition to replace him.
Dover went on to frequently appear with other members of
Cooper’s band as Glamnation
Sean McNabb is synonymous with LA’s music scene. From rock to jazz Sean is a multitalented bassist and singer who travels
the world with some of music’s noted acts.
At 21, Sean moved to Los Angeles to hit the fabled Sunset Strip.
Within two weeks, he became the bassist for Quiet Riot which had
the title of being first heavy metal band to hit the billboard charts.
Over the past 30 years, Sean has played with bands Dokken, Don
Felder, Montrose, Bobby Kimball, Willie Chambers, House of
Lords, Edgar Winter, Great White, Ellis Hall/TOP, David Garfield,
Lynch Mob. He’s been in bands on various tour packages,
including: KISS, The Scorpions, Cinderella, James Brown, and
Sean has returned to his childhood love of acting. His 28 IMBD
credits include supporting roles in the Lifetime Movies “Dying for a
Baby” and “Cheerleader Nightmare”, season 4 -6 of FX “Sons Of
Anarchy”, and “Street Survivors” -the true story of the Lynard
Skynard plane crash. Sean studied the Stanislavsky acting
method with the celebrated Jack Plotnick, Sal Romeo, and
Jefery Brooks. Currently he is studying with Anthony Gillardi.
Sean paired his on screen talent with his knowledge of music as
the host of Best of AXSTV Concerts 2012: Legends of Rock. In
2019, Sean was invited to appear at Comic Con, Albuquerque.
With over 40 CD’s in his discography, he’s also requested to work
on commercial music (Dr. Phil Show, FED EX, Norton Anti-Virus,
and the catchy McDonald’s tune “I’m Loving It”).
In the community, Sean is a board member of the Dio Cancer
Fund and active with it’s Ride for Ronnie motorcycle/music
benefit. He has been the Grand Marshall on a number of charity
rides(Children’s Hospital “Children’s Ride)-WA, Veterans “King
Run”WI, Mesothelioma/Cancer “Great Escape Ride”-CA). He
participates in Christmas toy runs, the Love Ride, and numerous
other charitable rides.
Joe has been playing drums in the Los Angeles area for over
twenty seven years. A Berklee College Of Music graduate, Joe moved to LA in 1992 and by March 1993 he had landed the gig
with Dweezil & Ahmet Zappa’s group “Z”. Since then Joe has gone on to play for many acts over the years including Duran Duran,
Lisa Loeb, Rich Robinson (The Black Crowes), Billy Idol, Zappa Plays Zappa, Eric Johnson and Joe Satriani.
When Joe is not on the road, he spends his time being the “Vaultmeister” for the Zappa Family Trust. This entails being in charge of archiving and preserving the legacy of legend Frank Zappa, working closely with the Trust co-producing and supervising future projects. Joe is currently playing for The Zappa Band, featuring band members that worked under Frank Zappa’s baton..
Toshi has been a house band member of ABC’s
“Jimmy Kimmel Live” since 2003.
Since 1996 Toshi has made multiple
appearances in the national network TV show
VIBE; a privileged weekly music program
produced by Quincy Jones. Performing guest
artists have included Herbie Hancock, Tower Of
Power, Earth, Wind & Fire, James Brown .Joe
Walsh and others.
Toshi was also a musician on “The Martin Short
Show” and ABC’s “The Wayne Brady Show”.
Toshi played in Taylor Dayne’s 1998 U.S. tour
and Men At Work’s U.S. & Canadian tour.
Sovory’s U.S. and Canadian tour, including the opening act for Sheryl
Crow’s European tour and for Bryan Adams’ Italy tour. EikichiYazawa
Japan tours 2004-2014.
2017,2018 Toshi Performed with David Lee Roth at the Brent Shapiro
Foundation Event .
Also he is touring with ABC 2021 2022.