Richard Eveland

Bob Viele

Keyboards, Theremin, Harmonica, and Vocals

Bob has been playing piano continuously since the age of 4 but has only played Keyboard in bands for the last 10 years. Bob took private piano lessons and classroom instruction through high school and studied music theory. Bob studied and played Pipe Organ in College.

Libby Cantrell


Libby has been singing in musical groups for many years and has been singing the national anthem for ceremonies for 15 years to include the San Diego Gulls and the Kansas City Royals.

Mark Hanley


Mark attended the Music Institute in Hollywood during his early 20s and has played guitar in many successful bands. He currently plays guitar in Jerry’s Kids a Grateful Dead Tribute and JM’s Gang a Doors Tribute, both of which branched off from The US Band.

John Ingram


John and Mark have been playing guitars in bands together for many years. John also played guitar in the local band "Rockola."


Richard Eveland

Drums and Lead Male Vocals

Richard has been singing and playing music since age 5. He started in the Church Choir and in high school met friends with musical interests like Jim Viele and was talked into joining the marching band and playing the Bass Drum. It was at the "Cal Jam" concert in 1974 while watching four of the best drummers in the world from "ELP", "Deep Purple", "Black Sabbath", and "Black Oak Arkansas", during a drum solo by Tommy Aldridge with 300,000 in attendance, that he knew he wanted to be a drummer. He is self taught other than by the Band Leader Mr. Frabotta from high school and has played in many local and working bands since the late 1970's. He has played everything from Rock to Country and beyond.

Karl Drews


Karl has been playing in bands his whole life, even when attending Poway High School like "Clement Forest," "Illicit Behavior" and "Full Circle."  He currently plays bass guitar as Phil Lesh in "Jerry’s Kids" and sings lead vocals as Jim Morrison in "JM’s Gang."

Ed Faulkner