The original band formed in 2013 infused by Southern Rock, Blues and Classic Rock. Today we have a great group with roots formed in the 70’s and 80’s playing all your favorite tunes with a few extras and twist. Playing great songs from groups like Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, The Black Crowes, The Cult, Van Halen, Golden Earring, Clutch, Doors , Drivin’ And Cryin’, AC/DC, Tom Petty, Billy Idol, Alice in Chains, Poison, Pink Floyd, The Black Crowes and many more. Today we pay tribute to the great iconic bands and the music they created.
Made up of decades of experience with David “Wolfe” Farkas, Lead Vocals, Jeff Sprayberry, Guitar/Vocals, Tim Maeger, Guitar/Vocals and the rhythm section of Jimmy Traylor, Bass/Vocals and Mike Annis, Drums.
Lead singer in over a dozen bands in the past twenty-five years. Influenced by Robert Plant, Chris Cornell, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Scott, David Lee Roth, Scott Weiland, David Coverdale, Jim Morrison, and Geoff Tate. David started out playing biker bars in Northeastern Ohio, then migrated south and spent most of his life in Georgia. He married a southern girl, officially making him a Damn Yankee. David has two daughters who he says “are working hard to collect on his Karma debt”. He is very thankful to be still able to physically and mentally put on a show, when so many of his comrades have dropped out of the rock business over the years. Helping people unwind and having a great time they have trouble remembering is his greatest pleasure.
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I have my Father & Grandmother to thank for my interest in music. Growing up in Ga, I had many different influences, from Blue Grass Country, Then there was Rock n Roll, I was hooked. Led Zeppelin, Stones, ZZ Top, Skynyrd, Allman Brothers, Aerosmith, the list goes on & on. Music has always been a big part of my life & I truly enjoy it. I’ve been lucky & have played with some really good guy’s & Bands, Final Notice, Overboard, Double Engine, Unorganized Religion, Now with 45 and a Fifth, These guys are awesome & love this Band.
Born and raised in Douglas County GA. Jimmy, like a lot of musicians loved music growing up. He went through school listening to Southern Rock such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blackfoot, Molly Hatchet and his favorite ZZ Top. He picked up a guitar one day in high school and had a garage band with some other friends but never went too far (sounds like a song) but it was more about playing. His girlfriend at the time gave him her father’s bass which he still has to this day. Then Jimmy discovered a career and family, and for 25 years music went to the back of his priority list. One day his oldest son found his old guitars and that started him back on the path, and he has been on it ever since. Jimmy says “Now I wish I had never left it”. He joins a friend who needed a bass player for his band, and was reunited with an old lost love. “Like riding a bike, you don’t forget but get rusty”, Jimmy has been in some local area bands like Generations Apart, Twilight Masquerade, 11th Night and .45 and a Fifth. Jimmy loves the sound and tone that a bass can deliver and loves playing any type of music, his eyes are wide open for keeping strong and moving forward.
Mike grew up in Upstate NY driving his parents and teachers nuts banging on pots/pans/desktops – just about anything until he got his first set of drums. Mike started playing in a band when he was 12. Mike has been influenced by the Doors, Cream, Led Zeppelin, and other great rock bands of the 60’s & 70’s. He played in multiple bands around NY – everything from Rock, Country, Jazz, and Blues, and even some Swing to make a few bucks. In the 80’s, Mike gave up music for work and a real income for 25 years. In 2001, Mike moved to the Atlanta area and came back to playing a few years ago. He still has the love and the fire – still wants to learn, grow, and rock on as long as he can.