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Band of brothers

 

 

see them live in santa rosa, ca

spring 2018

see them live in boston, ma

fall 2018

Band of BROTHERS

DUE TO THE EXTRAORDINARY SITUATION CAUSED BY THE SANTA ROSA FIRES IN OCTOBER 2017,

WE HAD TO POSTPONE OUR FALL 2017 SHOW.

BUT BAND OF BROTHERS' ALL STAR LINE UP WILL BE DOING AT LEAST TWO SHOWS IN 2018:

SPRING IN SANTA ROSA, CA

FALL IN BOSTON, MA

 

We are band of brothers

 

Band of Brothers is a musical collaboration between 7 top flight musicians:  3 brothers and 4 life long friends.  This latest musical iteration was born of a desire to revisit their musical roots and celebrate a lifetime of musical experience with their friends.

 

Vocals / Chris Kelley

Guitar / Joe Mloganoski

Guitar / Bob Pierce

Keys / Jim Sullivan

Bass / Steve DiNardo

Percussion / Jim DiNardo

Drums / Chris DiNardo

 

Chris Kelley

There's no one like Mr. Kelley.  Best known as the front man for Boston-based 80's avant garde rock band Rods and Cones, Chris has collaborated with various artists, including a recent cameo appearance on a Mickey Hart track.  His collection of songs entitled "The San Pablo Sessions" is available from Voxpapa Publishing.

When he's not entertaining audiences, Chris can be heard as the iconic voice of ESPN's Sports Center, where he's been their signature voice for more than a decade. 

JOE MLOGANOSKI

Joe is a long-time fixture in the Sonoma County music scene, having appeared with various acts, including Black Market Blues, and even making a cameo appearance with Marshall Tucker at the Mystic Theater.

Joe's other accomplishments include founding Two Rock Amplifiers, a boutique amp that is played by artists including Matt Schofield, Oz Noy and Eric Johnson, among others. 

BOB PIERCE

Bob is a Boston-based guitarist, and leader of Downtime, a fixture in the club scene for nearly four decades.  Bob's funky rhythm guitar and soaring leads are the perfect compliment for the Band of Brothers sound.

For more on Downtime, check out our video gallery.

JIM SULLIVAN

Band of Brothers wouldn't be the same without the keyboard atmosphere laid down by Jim.  As the keyboardist for the Allman Brothers tribute act The Peach Eaters, Jim has honed his craft over the years, in numerous clubs and other venues up and down the East Coast.

When he's not creating atmospherics, Jim is a sound editor for WGBH public television in Boston. 

STEVE DINARDO

Steve has been playing bass and guitar for over three decades, dating back to Rough and Ready, a Boston-based bar band in the late 70's and early 80's.  More recently, he's collaborated with Joe and Chris on Black Market Blues here in Sonoma County.  His rock solid foundation lets the Brothers' guitar and keyboards take off in all kinds of musical directions.

Steve is also well known as a radio industry veteran here in the Bay Area, managing stations such as Alice, Live105 and more recently KBLX and The Game. 

JIM DINARDO

Jim "Bongo Fury" DiNardo is the mastermind behind Band of Brothers.  Conceived as a musical concept more than two years ago, it's been tirelessly promoted by Jim ever since.

Jim's percussion sound was honed over many years backing up Rods and Cones with Kelley and his brother Chris DiNardo during the 80's back in Boston.  More recently, he's been the percussion go-to guy for Downtime and other Boston area bands.

CHRIS DINARDO

Chris has been jamming with various artists in the Bay Area since relocating here from the East Coast back in the early 90's.  As the drummer for Rods and Cones during the 80's, he developed a rock-steady style that's perfect for the classic rock sound of Band of Brothers.  More recently, he's played with SF bands The Hairdressers, Daniel Foulsham, Acme Blues and Black Market Blues.

The Brothers - Boston - April 2017

Kel, Jimmy and Chris D, in Rods and Cones, back in the day

Joe, Steve and Chris, in Black Market Blues, circa 2010

Jim Sullivan live with The Peach Eaters

Bob Pierce with a different band of brothers

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