Philly's Horn Driven Party & Dance Band

Mike Power, Tenor / Alto Sax Rocco is a seasoned musician who played all over the tri-state area. Born and raised in England (to Irish parents), Rocco and his family immigrated to Philadelphia where he completed primary school and high school. During high school, Rocco quickly took an interest in woodwind instruments including the oboe and saxophone, playing in both the school bands as well as rock bands in the city. After high school, Rocco continued to play in various bands while also obtaining a first-class education in Julie's yard. He also was fortunate enough to take some courses at the Marine Corp Institute, Washington D.C., while serving. After serving, Rocco resumed his musical endeavors while also completing his Bachelor's degree. For the next decade, he played all over the tri-state area in wedding and dance bands before moving home to Great Britain (upon invitation) to play in the prestigious Royal Artillery Band where he entertained the Royal Family and armed services of the United Kingdom for two years. Finally, a true family man, Rocco returned to Philadelphia, where he and his wife raised three children (all musicians). After a 15 year hiatus from the music scene, Rocco has been back at it for the past four years, blowing out solos that King Curtis, himself, would applaud.

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John Catino John plays in Several Big Bands and does many Concerts throughout the year. He also has played in Party & Rock Bands in the tri-state area.

Mick D. Power Bari & Alto Sax / Vocals
Back and forth between the states and Ireland, Mick grew up versed in traditional Irish music (tin whistle, accordion) as well as jazz, funk, and rock (keys, clarinet, sax) in various school bands and extracurricular bands. After graduating Temple University, Mick spent some time playing in various wedding and party bands in the delaware valley. Bouncing around the music scene in the tri state area has not only made Mick a better player but has given him the opportunity to meet and play with some of the areas finest (More notably, an invitation to Daryl's House, where he sat in on tenor sax.) When not playing music or jamming at a gig, Mick can be found at Temple U, where he is pursuing a PHD in Statistics. He recently completed his Masters in Math at Villanova and is known as a Wildcat, although he will always be part Owl.

Justin Power

Tenor Sax and Woodwinds plus Lead and backup vocals. Justin is an avid golf player when not touring and playing sax.

Justin Power

Christina Ronconi Tina is a professionally trained vocalist hailing from Bala Cynwyd, Pa. Performing since she was 12 yrs old, Christina has been involved in bands that has covered every genre. From heavy metal to reggae, standards and R&B, working with members of the Sounds of North Philly and down the road, performing for Buffet's Parrotheads up and down the Eastern coast.

Hank Matteo, Drums / Vocals

Hank, is a consummate proffessional all genre Pocket drummer, Equally at home with Reggae, Pop.Funk, Rock and Jazz.

Influences are , Buddy Rich, Larry Blackmom, Carlton Barrett.

He enjoys all kinds of music, especially the Beatles, Motown and Funk era. 

Hank's feel for the song, imagination and rhythmic beats will keep people on the dance floor. 

Geoff Rice, Vocals At a young age, Geoff began singing and playing the guitar, bass, drums, and trumpet. He studied at the Institute of Audio Research and worked at Sony Music Studios in NYC as an audio engineer for several years. He has engineered studio sessions with countless luminaries, such as Beyoncé, Lauryn Hill, Britney Spears, Bon Jovi, Kanye West, Sonny Rollins, Neil Diamond, Christina Aguilera, Rod Stewart, Foo Fighters, Alicia Keys, Jay-Z, Roger Waters, Justin Timberlake, the Roots, Bruce Springsteen, and David Bowie. He has worked as a session guitarist on records by Aretha Franklin, John Legend, and other R&B artists. For the 50th Annual Grammy Awards, Geoff was nominated for Record of the Year for his work on the song "Irreplaceable."