Lance Romance- In the early disco years he was slipped a mickey one night while playing at Studio 54 and became trapped in a time warp of 70's music. He only returns to the stage to tickle the ivories while hysterically singing, laughing, and dancing the night away.
Mojo- From Soho down to Brighton he must have played them all. Not pinball machines, but discos far and wide. His funky guitar riffs and soul vocals will curl your hair as it has his.
Steve Viscious- He operates with the drumsticks like a surgeon wielding a scalpel. He makes precise cuts, twists, and turns with his hands feet and other body parts, all the while holding this groovy rhythm section together leaving both the music and the crowd in stitches.
Stabs-You can hear him in all the hits whether rock, or blues, funk, or disco that's where you'll find him lurking in the fiery inferno mix with his honky horny solos, and of course the stabs……
Disco D"-He's the man like one of Santa's elves who glues all those tiny little mirrors on all the disco balls in the world! He also glues together the boogie driven, funk laden horn section. D" is always ready to lend his musical talents and disco balls to the band.
Vinnie Farbarino- You may remember him dancing on Soul Train, Solid Gold or American Bandstand. Until Don Cornelius got him a gig playing bass with a 1 hit wonder band where he learned to slap the strings with funky brown gravy dripping from them. Watch for those golden locks swaying to the funk!
Chipper Mulligan – Known around the world as the disco master of Scotland, Chipper was recruited by Lance Romance and Disco D" while sharing a cell with Sean Connery in the late 70's. Anxious to bring his glad-plaid style to the States, Chipper slides the bone and hits the high harmonies. Chipper is ready to bring it…often in a kilt, lacey cravat, and nothing else.