Formed in 2015, and rocking Central Illinois and the Midwest. Yes, that’s Illinois, not Indiana. However, Dave's daughter lives in Indiana, so he truly is a "Hoosier Daddy".
Their Facebook page has over 800 likes, and their fans come because they know they will always get the works: a high talent, high energy show that they can be a part of.
Dave is originally from Farmington, IL. He dominates the electric guitar and slide as well, and even makes the acoustic guitar hum. People say that he "diminishes" the guitar and his control over it makes it appear small in his arms. Dave has recorded at the Golden Voice with The Beggar's Opera Company, and has opened for The Doors. He has also partied across the state with The French Connection, opened for Jim Dandy, Steppenwolf, Molly Hatchett, Head East, and more. Dave's lead vocals bring John Fogerty to mind and he rocks you on home with his precision backup vocals as well.
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Larry grew up in central Illinois, playing in local bands all through high school. After graduating, he moved to Carbondale, home of Southern Illinois University. He played in bands ending up in Coalkithen, Carbondale's most popular band consisting of several music majors. Coalkitchen then moved to Champaign, IL in order to hook up with Blythm Ltd., a booking agent that booked many bands from all over central Illinois, including REO Speedwagon, Head East, and many others. In 1982, Larry moved to Los Angeles, CA to play with Capital recording artist Moon Martin, who is famous for writing the song "Bad Case of Loving you" that Robert Palmer made famous. They played all over California, and toured France several times. Larry and his family moved back to central Illinois, and continued to play in local Illinois bands such as Kick in the Pants, Three in the Pocket, The Dave Chastain Band and more.
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South Side Cindy was born Cindy Sauerwein and was raised in the small town of Brimfield, Illinois - population of 850. She has performed professionally since the age of 16 and has opened for 38 Special, Joan Jett, and Ted Nugent to name a few. Professionally trained, and stage tested, her bluesy rock voice and amazing range keep the energy high. Now also rocking the bass guitar, Cindy adds a little touch of "bad ass" to her resume.