Mike Pashalian- Lead Vocals The native of Salem, Mass. Began singing at the early age of twelve, immediately impressing all those within earshot. While studying under Kay Kramer of North Miami Beach, Mike cultivated his natural vocal talent into a powerful musical instrument. In 1996, Mike had a rare audition at the Kravis Center of Performing Arts in West Palm Beach Florida. He was offered a position touring with a Broadway Musical. His vocal influences range from Steve Perry, Geoff Tate, Sebastian Bach and Chris Cornell to Marvin Gaye and George Michael. Joe Boettcher- Guitar/ Backup Vocals By the age of 17 Joe had already been recognized as the Colorado All-State Jazz Guitarist. During his last two years of high school, Joe taught guitar to both children and adults. Enrolling in college to pursue his major, Joe continued on to Wyoming. Joe was a member of the Centennial Singers Broadway Music Troupe. Joe performed four regional tours, allowing him to share his talents with the group. This gave him the opportunity to perform over 100 shows I less than a year, while touring the Western United States extensively. At the end of one year, Joe relocated to South Florida to further his music career. His writing influences include R.E.M., Collective Soul, and even the great Neil Diamond. Joe enjoys the rigors of touring and the magic of writing and arranging heartfelt compositions. Tom Boettcher- Drums and Percussion A disciple of rhythm, Tom received his first drum kit in his early teens and percussion became an instant passion. Tom has performed in the Tucson Copper-Bowl half-time Show with numerous concert bands. From 1994 to 1998, Tom achieved success with a Colorado-based Death Metal band, while also performing throughout the state as a percussionist in well-respected orchestras. To further his career, Tom relocated to South Florida with his brother. His new passion was to form a fresh alternative project with his brother Joe. Tom's rhythms are sharp, smart, varied and complex. Tom's influences include Mike Portnoy, David Garibaldi and Terry Bozio.
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