MP3 Pineapple Crackers - Live At Mesa Theater
Positive music for all generations. Hawaii meets Sublime, currently the second best band in town.
12 MP3 Songs
REGGAE: Reggae rock, REGGAE: Pop-Reggae
BENSON "BIG SEXY" BROYLES- Eleele, Kauai, Hawaii I am from the island of Kauai. Music has been in my blood since I can remember. I have always loved it. I graduated with a vocal performance degree from Mesa State College in Grand Junction CO. I studied voice under Dr. Jack Delmore and Mr. Richard Luke. They both taught me a lot about the machine called the human voice. I was apart of the Mesa State College Concert and Chamber Choirs. I''ve had the opportunity to travel across the country because of this. I have been playing the Ukulele (oo-koo-leh-leh) since age 14. I had no real musical background other then the music of the islands (Old Natural). God has given me a great gift and all I want to do is share my gift with the world. Aloha and God bless. NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER. PAUL ROACH- Randall, Minnesota Paul Roach graduated from Mesa State College in 2006 with dual degrees in music, Performance (Guitar) and Music Education. He has been playing professionally for the last 5 years in numerous working bands, (Jazz, Rock, Blues, Hawaiian Reggae, Contemporary Alternative and Gospel) in Grand Junction, CO. Over the last 3 years he has been involved in the sculpting of the local favorites, the Pineapple Crackers. Funny name. Serious Band. Paul has Played with/Opened for The Rembrandts Hazel Miller National Product Casey Driessen Donnie Morales I was born in 1976 in Minnesota and lived up north for most of my life. After a stint in college doing nothing that really benefited me, I traveled for the next 5 years and found the part of me that I never knew I had, Music. For the last 8 years my life has been dedicated to learning, teaching, and performing music, all styles, all kinds. I can honestly say that this has become the biggest passion in my life. While going to college (the second time) I was in the middle of finishing my degrees in music performance and music education, I met up with someone who shared that passion, Benson Broyles. Not only was he in love with music, but also had the most natural talent of anyone I had met to date, (Vocalist and Ukulele). Once we got together it really felt like there wasn’t a single person that wouldn’t like the sound. Since then its been 2 years of local gigging and we have just finished our first C.D./D.V.D. with Ray Pelligrini (Bass) and Danny Odom (Drums). We couldn’t be happier. Four music majors all wanting to create and tour with their music… I think we are on the verge of a great thing. NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER. DANNY ODOM- Hathaway Pines, California Hello, My name is Danny Odom. I am Currently the Drummer for Pineapple Crackaz,Grand Junction''s newest and hottest sensation. I''ve been playing in Pineapple Crackaz for about a year. I started drumming when I was 16, and didn''t seriously start playing until I was 19. I''m currently a music major at Mesa State College, and planning on graduation in 2008. I''ve played music for the majority of my life, my forte being composition. I would love to end up scoring music for films. I have been using music software and hardware since I was about 15 and have slowly built up a small studio, out of which I write my own original music. My musical influences range from classical and chamber music to Jazz, Fusion, Rock, Reggae, and just about any other style of music. I recently tried out for Blue Man Group and now I''m scheduled for second audition in July in Chicago. I do lots of Video production as well, My friends and I make all sorts of short films and comedy. I hope one day to open my own recording/production studio, so I can do what I love to do all day and make a living on it. Thank you for listening to my brain. NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER, NEXT BAND MEMBER. RAY PELLEGRINI- Chicago, Illinois Growing up on the west side of Chicago, I began playing music as kid. My father played drums so music was an important part of my environment, while growing up in Chicago, my friends and I used to hang around the jazz clubs, I saw such great acts as Kenny Garret, Nicholis Peyton and Michal Becker. Influences include Chris wood, Victor Wooten, Jaco Postorious, Rufes Reed, Ray Brown, Charles Mingus and Ron Carter. I have been a Freelance musician for the last 5 years and have just graduated college with a music performance degree.
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