Dance

Rick Showalter

Making the ʻpocketʼ deep, where people more than hear it -- they feel it. As the bassist, Ricky is at the center of the our sound. He knows how unique the bass parts are in the music of the Beatles, the Motown catalogue, Sly and the Family Stone, where the playing has become a characteristic of the song. The craft of ʻlearning stylesʼ is requisite for a musician to be in the NKB. You can check Rickyʼs playing out with Grammy nominated funk/jazz/hip hop super-group, Liquid Soul.

Tom Vitacco

The calm demeanor of our lead-guitarist belies the intensity of his playing. Crunching the tone on some Rolling Stones or killinʼ the signature guitar intro on Raise Your Glass, Tom works the parts inside the song. His solo leads are song-appropriate, elevating the energy on the dance floor. Like all in the NKB, his ability to cover so much musical territory, so authentically, is truly impressive, and probably attributable to his in-demand schedule as a recording producer and session player.

Annie Sander

Pop Music and Radio Ready, Annieʼs voice and style bring the current hits right to your dance floor. Ke$ha, Katy Perry, Pink, Kelly Clarkson, she sings these artists on top of NKB production-accurate music. The songs sound like theyʼre supposed to from the very first note. Annie has been busy with a follow-up to her album, ʻBrighter Dayʼ, and touring internationally with her faith-based singing ensemble.

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