A cappella gospel, musical theater, harmony choirs and national anthem performer
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.
Musical Theater Performer
Jocelynne started performing as a musician at the age of 4. She grew up in the theater and has a strong musical theater background. 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. With a variety of music and genre leads, Jocelynne amazes every venue!
Jimmy R the "Singing Sailor"
Jim is a retired Navy Commander who now works for a Florida Sheriff's association foundation. He is a very successful and sought-after solo performer known as the "Singing Sailor"! Jim is extremely versatile singing leads and harmonies, whatever is needed! Every group who wants to make it big needs a "Jersey boy", and Jim brings that notoriety to the group!
Stacy Jo Coffee-Thorne
Contemporary Christian and musical theater performer
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.
Every group needs a tall, blonde-haired (it's silver now), blue-eyed, handsome surfer boy so we got Mitch! Mitch provides great leads most notably on Eagles, Engelbert and country music songs also providing tenor and baritone harmonies. Mitch grew up in central north Florida and works in law enforcement at the Palm Beach Sheriff 's office.
Elvis Tribute Artist
National Anthem performer for MLB “all Elvis, all of the time”
As the group has morphed over the years with people and group names coming and going, Jeff has been the anchor and comedian of the group. To date Jeff has performed the National Anthem over 150 times, mostly for Major League Baseball and its affiliates. Jeff is the group's Elvis Tribute Artist. His hometown roots are the greater Boston area and is the group's resident Ivy League graduate. Jeff handles all the group's complicated and thinking issues!
Dr. Michael Chimes
From the family of famous harmonica recordings for Frankie Valli and Tony Orlando
Affectionately referred to as "Mikey", Dr. Chimes provides our much-appreciated baritone harmonies. In addition to his vocals Mikey grew up playing harmonica with his father and brothers. His father played harmonica for studio recordings for Stevie Wonder, Frankie Valli and several other golden artists. Mike is a retired chiropractor who is originally from the greater New York City metropolitan area. When we sing DISCO, Mikey is our 70's guy!
Vinny De Tomasso
(Long Island, NY)
What can be said about Vinny? Vinny is the consummate entertainer who brings the total package of vocal talent, a discriminating ear for harmonies, comedy and energy. We never know what he will say on the microphone! Vinny helped bring the group to that elusive "next level"!
Born and raised in sunny South Florida, Oliver Hanfmann began his musical career at the age of fifteen, singing along to Beatles songs and joining the Jupiter High School chorus. The next year he entered the Spectrum choir and fronted a rock band put together by Absolute Music Studios based in Jupiter, Florida. Combined with the choral classical training he gained from school and the contemporary rock and pop stylings embodied in his studio experiences, he went on to major in Vocal Performance and received a vocal scholarship at Palm Beach State College for making it into their elite Troubadours octet in his Freshman year. In 2018 and 2019, he also taught at the North Palm Beach and South Palm Beach School of Rock campuses as a Vocal Instructor. Now he performs for a living and offers private voice lessons to students interested in furthering their own craft. Oliver has helped bring even more youth and diversity to the group.