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Scroll down to get a brief intro on everyone involved in Generation Gap!


Randy Lundi


A cappella gospel, musical theater, harmony choirs and national anthem performer

(Ashtabula, OH)

Randy is the founder and director of the group. As a very young boy he jumped right into the family singing and entertainment tradition.  Dad was a bass, Mom was an alto "lamp shade O SOLE MIO" singer, and Uncle Butch was a bellowing baritone.  Randy sings leads, is the group's "front" man, occasionally plays a trumpet line and sings tenor harmonies.  From Ashtabula, OH he is a decorated veteran officer of the U.S. Army Nurse Corps.


Jocelynne Isaacs

Musical Theater Performer

(Salem, OH)

Jocelynne started performing as a musician at the age of 4 when she debuted in A Christmas Carol at her community theater. From then on, she grew up in the theater and has a strong musical theater background. From performing at community theaters to show choir to high school theater, she involved herself in any aspect of theater that she could.  In addition to being a trained vocal performer, she also plays a variety of instruments including: trumpet, french horn, piano, baritone, sousaphone, and percussion. Before moving to Florida, Jocelynne performed in a Pink Floyd tribute band where she served as the main female vocalist. She spends her weekends as a Worship Lead with Anchor MSC in Boynton Beach. With a variety of music and genre leads, Jocelynne amazes every venue!

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Stacy Jo Coffee-Thorne

Contemporary Christian and musical theater performer

(Salem, OH)

Stacy started performing as a musician at an early age. She has acted in and directed many theater productions. She taught as a private music instructor for many years. During this time, she taught voice, piano, trumpet, flute, clarinet, and drums. One of her students even went on to perform at Disney. Throughout her years of performing, Stacy has also served on the praise team at her church in Ohio and Florida. Stacy is very talented and has helped bring the group to the next level.

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Mark Pelletier

Rock and Motown

(New York, NY)

Mark is a professional vocalist and started singing at the early age of five. Early influences are from the smooth voices of the Rat Pack, Motown, Classic Rock, R&B, Harry Belafonte, Marvin Gaye, Al Green and Michael Jackson as well as the rock in rollers from Steve Perry/Journey, Doobie Brothers, Led Zeppelin to the Beatles. First lead vocals were a Beatles cover band in high school. Mark did not seek a career in music although prompted by many from an early age. It would not be until 1996 when he would join a church worship band in South Florida that he started what has now been 26 years of leading worship including a most recent 13 year stint with a Mega Church worshiping for live audiences every month over 8,000 and on-line/TV upwards of 100,000. From 2005 to 2015 performed for audiences in a classic rock cover band he formed. In 2012 Mark won an American Idol Experience against four hundred others in Orlando, Florida signing the classic R& B song One Hundred Ways, by James Ingram and was asked to record for one of the couches. Since 2014 he has led three different Tribute Bands, a Steely Dan, Sting/Fleetwood Mac and Chicago Tribute. Mark has a wide vocal range with a pretty formidable and smooth upper register. Described as a having a soulful voice for a white boy, Mark displays the power, range, tone and soul to lead and loves to see people have fun.


Jim Bowman

The Singing Sailor

(New Jersey)

Commander Jim Bowman, the Singing Sailor, is a legendary Rat Pack performer.  While in the Navy he has hi-lited many a special command and general staff events to include hosting Jimmy Buffet at GITMO for his 3 day visit to entertain the sailors.  Jim also performed at the Navy Seal Museum in Fort Pierce, FL  at an event where the GOAT Rush Limbaugh was the featured speaker. The next day on the radio Rush  gave "the Singing Sailor" much praise and recognition....for a Navy guy, not bad! Hailing from New Jersey, he is the group's token "Jersey Boy"with a heavy lean towards the Jersey crooners. One of Commander Jim's signature covers is a song by a group from Rutgers University, his alma mater.  The group is Looking Glass and the song is "Brandy". Jim has fond memories of his association and friendship with Jimmy Buffet and his team.  With Jimmy's passing Commander Jim will be including in his music tribute songs to keep Jimmy's legend alive on the South Florida scene where Jimmy established his dynasty. You can see more about Commander Jim by googling THE SINGING SAILOR for his website.

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