Ozzie picked up his first guitar when he was five years old, a ‘67 Fender Strat he got for Christmas, which he still has. Raised in So. Cal., he has played venues such as The Shrine Auditorium, The Belly Up Tavern, The House of Blues, The Coach House, The Whiskey, the Troubadour, and Gazzarri’s, among others, and has recorded in famous studios including Bolic Sound and Sony. He has appeared on television in the U.S. and abroad.  Ozzie is a veteran in the tribute scene, having played for national Rolling Stones and the Cure tributes but handles the role of Tom Petty expertly. Being a HUGE TP&TH fan, he’s seen the band perform live hundreds of times, starting with the ’78 New Year’s Eve concert at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium.

Tenmont Bench

(David Zeman)

Lynch Ferrone

(Steve Newby)

John is a life long musician who grew up in a musical family playing piano and tenor sax before discovering the power of the electric guitar. “The rest...” as they say "...is history." He has played in several prominent cover/tribute bands in the San Diego area and has done session work and

Mike Ramble

(John McAllister)

Ron Flair

(Dan Leoni)


David is a veteran of the L. A. music scene. He has played keyboards most notably with bands like The Rembrandts, The Gin Blossoms, AJ Croce and Parliament Funkadelic. His music can be heard weekly on TV shows Entertainers, Entertainment Tonight, Kickin it, American Athlete, Beautiful Homes and Great Estates, Recipe TV and on countless promos for the WB and Fox networks. David’s TV appearances include the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, ETV, MTV Live and American Bandstand. He served as Musical Director of the hit show ICONS that appeared in London’s West End in 2008 and a 2 and half year run in Sammy's Showroom / Harrah’s Casino in Reno NV.

Born into, and raised by, a musical family, Steve finished high school and headed straight to Musicians Institute in Hollywood to study and play with a wide range of talented musicians, including Taylor Hawkins, Buddy Miles and Joe Porcaro, among many others. He went on to form a local favorite band “Zero Tolerance” and has recorded and toured with several more original bands. He lists both Stan Lynch and Steve Ferrone among his favorite and influencial drummers.

collaborative originals projects. John is an avid vintage guitar and amplifier collector who, on occasion, has been known to bring “the good stuff” on stage.

Tom Steady

(Ozzie Mancinelli)

Bassist and

Vocalist Danny

Leoni has played

with the Salem Jazz

Big Band,

"Stone Flute",

"Tempest", and the

"Bill Moio Quartet".  He has worked on shows such as "Heat's On", "Hot Streak", "Fire and Spice Review", and Breck Wall's hilarious "Bottom's Up", the nation's longest running comedy review at the time.  Danny has won the RAMA (Reno area music award) for best jazz bassist. He fronted his own band "The Leoni Hecht Group" for a two and half year run at the Reno Hilton as well as numerous casinos and other venues in the Reno/Lake Tahoe area.