Bands Expected to Appear
Season 2 Feel the Music LIVE
Tripping Lily
You only have to hear them once to become fans of Tripping Lily. This young quartet might be described as a
string band with pop music sensibilities, or perhaps a cutting edge vocal quartet with acoustic instruments. With
two Independent Music Awards for best Folk record and best Acoustic song, being featured on Showtime’s New
Hit Series “The Big C”, hitting number one for several weeks on Boston's Folk Station WUMB it is no wonder why
the Boston Globe called the band"....a genre unto itself."

With Demetrius Becrelis (guitar/vocals/ukulele), brother Alex Becrelis (mandolin/vocals), Monica Rizzio
(fiddle/vocals/ ukulele) and Laird Boles (stringed bass), Tripping Lily blends a unique sound of traditional and
contemporary genres. A group of musicians who draw their inspiration from within, Tripping Lily has deeply
explored songwriting with their personal and passionate work.    Touted as fresh, energetic, and alive, Tripping
Lily’s pop-rock groundwork is cross-fertilized with folk music and cutting edge vocal harmonies.
The Chickz
Claudia Neault of original band The Red Ones, VOICE INSTRUCTOR of MUSICIANS INSTITUTE in CALI., our
Cindy Weatherby of Furious George on GUITAR/VOCALS
Liz TienHaara of Rebooted on BASS/VOCALS
Janie MacAuslan of Green Dame on DRUMS/VOCALS
Lickity Split
Lickity Split is fronted by long time blues man/ harmonica player Satch Romano from Boston. His urge to
bang out three chord rock on his guitar was the inspiration to form Lickity Split. His band mates are all
long-time blues mates with his New Blue Revue blues jam gang. His blues jam partner for 16 years Chick
Deptula from Dedham handles the bass and smiles. Pistol Pete Comerford from Weymouth has been
jamming with Satch for 14 years and has played with several other classic rock bands including Pink
Cadillac and The Corvairs and shares the front line with Satch. Joe Bellomo from Boston, drums is a
teacher @ Music Unlimited in Rockland days and runs the best R & B open mic in Cambridge at the
famous juke joint, The Cantab Lounge. He also plays with The Cindy Daley Band & Track 44. He is a very
much an in demand drummer. Lulu Phillips handles the keys and backing vocals and adds a cool sexual
tip to the band. She's class, brass and sass all in one! Lulu also plays with the Diamond Dogs, the
definitive David Bowie Tribute Band!

Lickity Split plays the best in 60's & 70's classic rock n roll, including tunes from the Beatles, Stones,
Springsteen, Doors, Wilson Picket, Chuck Berry, Creedence and a killer version of Sam The Sham's
"Wooley Booley" usually their show stopper!

It'd a whole lotta rock n roll n blues fun every time!
Brendan Hogan
Following 10 years in radio as host and producer at WERS and WGBH FM, Brendan Hogan released his first full-
length studio album, 'Long Night Coming'.

Hogan started his career in music at Emerson College in 1999 working for the school’s acclaimed student-run
station, WERS, 88.9. Upon leaving WERS in 2002, he was hired by Boston NPR-affiliate, WGBH, 89.7, to take
over a popular long-running music program there.

Hogan has written and recorded 'Long Night Coming', featuring original roots, modern folk and blues-based
songs, as well as two familiar standards in the folk and country genres. Hogan's work in songwriting and
performing has seen him share stages with Slaid Cleaves, Kris Delmhorst,  Geoff Muldaur, Ray Bonneville, Eilen
Jewell, Brooks Williams, Les Sampou, Paul Rishell & Annie Raines, Spider John Koerner, and others. He
regularly headlines at Club Passim, has performed at the Boston Folk Festival, and has showcased for the Boston
Area Coffeehouse Association and the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance conference. The Boston Phoenix
newspaper has called Hogan “a distinctive new musical voice”.

Hogan is currently recording songs for a new album, and continues to support 'Long Night Coming' with regional
tours of the US. He has put over 25,000 miles on his car in the last year alone.

For more information on Brendan Hogan and for upcoming performance dates visit
Diane Blue
International performer DIANE BLUE has the whole package -- she is a strong vocalist, skillful harmonica player
and a crowd-pleasing entertainer. Ms. Blue is a soulful and sassy performer from Boston who delivers the goods
vocally and through her harp playing. In fact, juke joint legend Big Jack Johnson dubbed Ms. Blue “A Monster”
on the harp after she performed as his guest star at Red's Lounge in Clarksdale, Mississippi. She belts out a
funky soul tune, then she’ll sing a sweet ballad, just before she blows you away on the blues harp. “When she
gets her harp & mic going, the language is hard hitting blues. Strong, confident and tasteful” says Domenic
Forcella of Blues Beat. She “simmers with sensuality,” declares Bob Gulla of the Phoenix. “A classy, sleek, and
intensely confident showcase of an elegant voice with a penchant for the blues,” declares Don Dimuccio of Motif
Starting in 2008, Ms. Blue has a trans-Atlantic collaboration with Roberto Morbioli and his Morblus Band from
Verona, Italy, entertaining audiences in the USA and abroad. Ms. Blue has sung and played harmonica with
international blues performers Ronnie Earl, Sherman Robertson and Luther Guitar Jr. Johnson (former Muddy
Waters sideman), as well as Big Jack Johnson from Clarksdale, Mississippi and Irma Thomas (the Soul Queen of
New Orleans). Ms. Blue performs regularly with notably accomplished musicians, the likes of saxman Amadee
Castenell (who tours with Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint), drummer Liviu Pop (who tours internationally with
bluesman Lucky Peterson), past and present members of the Duke Robillard band and Roomful of Blues.


Ms. Blue competed in the 2011 International Blues Challenge in Memphis, TN. She was nominated for "
Best Female Singer" in the 2010 Blues Audience Readers Poll.

For audio and video samples see
Satellites Fall
Satellites Fall is a Massachusetts based band eloquently combining elements of Indie Rock, Brit Rock, and
Alternative. With influences that include such artists as Radiohead, U2, Arcade Fire, The Killers, Oasis, Muse,
Silversun Pickups, and others, Satellites Fall has crafted a creative blend of beautiful melody, thoughtful lyrics,
and harmonious song structure. As they continue to gain notoriety, Satellites Fall is an act that compels one to
take notice. Strong stage performances coalesced with a charismatic front man engenders an intoxicating
energy into every venue they perform.  -
Lance Norris and The Dog Track Gravy
Former National Lampoon Contributing Editor and radio personality Lance Norris was the primary songwriter for
the legendary 90’s hair band, The Stools, Although he is much in demand as an actor, appearing in Academy
Award winning films by Clint Eastwood and Edward Zwick, lighter fare with Ricky Gervais and Joe Pesci and
several TV shows and national commercials, Norris and his band, The Dog Track Gravy, continue to record new
music and play select dates around the country.
Fall and Bounce
Fall & Bounce are two songwriters fused together by chance and fortune to create an eclectic, passion-infused
mix of genre-spanning songs, with melody and, dynamics. Formed in July of 2010, Fall & Bounce have one
eponymous cd to their credit. They currently perform throughout the Providence, RI area as a full band or an
acoustic duo, and are always recording new material.
Malyssa BellaRosa writes the lyrics while Bill Reed creates the music and handles the recording production and

For more information and to hear songs and see videos, please visit
Kim Lamothe
Kim Lamothe with the assistance of Brendan Whipple on upright bass and Eric Hastings on percussion makes
The Kim Lamothe Tree-oh. A funky, rhythmic dynamic tree-oh crossing genres of folk, rock and groove. Kim
Lamothe is a organic gardener with a integrated ability to match poetic lyrics with progressive guitar. Finger
plucked ballads and driving rhythms make her songs dynamic and her shows imploring. Brendan's techniques of
bowing and drumming on the bass add to her percussive approach. Add Eric Hastings tight grooves and
sensitivity to vocal delivery and the sound becomes exultant.
Kat and The Dude
Five decades of music in one night. Jeff "The Acoustic Dude" Copeland, guitar and vocals is teamed with Kat
Jones, vocals and percussion. This acoustic duo has been a staple of the local music scene playing many of
the Cape's popular live venues, with appearances at The Summer of Love concert series and filling in, in an
emergency last year on Feel the Music LIVE.
Pocket Full of Soul
Southern New England’s Premier R&B, Classic Rock, Funk Horn-Driven Dance Band.
Gary Voller/Keyboards & Vocals, Joe Caledonia/Guitar & Vocals, Lloyd Jordan,Bass & Vocals, Jeff
Dodge/Drums &Vocals,HORN SECTION: Tyler Newcomb/Trumpet,Flugelhorn & Vocals, Berke
McKelvey/Saxophones, James JT Thomas Trombone & Vocals

Funk, R&B, Soul, Classic Rock
Jesse Liam and Jack Gauthier

New father-son collaboration has 21-year-old singer
Jesse Liam 'One Step Closer' to musical goals

Every day for the better part of a year, 21-year-old singer Jesse Liam and father/producer Jack Gauthier put their
heads and voices together and made music.

The end result is Jesse’s second album, One Step Closer, a 10-song country-pop-folk-rock release that reflects
the duo’s effortless joy and attention to great songs and quality musicianship.

Jesse and Jack have been working together as musicians since 2006, and the partnership has matured from a
father-son novelty to something more.

“I've always enjoyed making music with my son,” Gauthier says. “But with this record, I’m seeing that it can really
stand up to anything, musically and sonically. I think Jesse’s at a point where he’s really developed into his own
voice and identity.”

One Step Closer opens with the wistful country rock of “See You Later, See You Soon” and takes trips to pop
(“Three Words”), balladry (“All That I Want”) and bluesy stomp (“Let It Slide”) with seamless cohesion.
Throughout it, Jesse’s clear, strong voice – forged from dedication to the craft and an unteachable passion for
singing – ties all the different themes and styles together with Jack adding harmonies and making all the
arrangements sit just right.

“Both of us wanted to add different things to it and make it perfect,” says Jesse, a senior at Rhode Island College.
“All of the different ideas we threw back and forth to each other just came together naturally.”

“It was a great process,” Jesse says, “We also co-wrote two songs (‘One With the World’ and ‘Throw Me A Line’),
and that was another avenue for my Dad and I to expand on our musical bond. Overall, it was just great to hear it
finished, to get the CDs back all mastered and packaged and hear it as a complete record … I’m so proud of
what we've accomplished.”

For Jack, a Grammy-nominated recording engineer, former producer of Dispatch and manager of blues legend
Duke Robillard, One Step Closer represents an opportunity to put together an all-star cast of support players and

“Through all the years of producing, I’ve connected with many artists ­­– both musically and as friends,” he said.
“They’ve all made an impact on the business in different ways, yet all of them enthusiastically wanted to be part of
our album.”  
 With guest appearances from Robillard,  Mark Cutler and Thom Enright , along with a slew of talented session
players, great musicianship is stamped all over this collection of tunes.
Jesse and Jack will be touring New England in support of One Step Closer  this fall alongside keyboardist Peter
Ciorlano and drummer Dan Hann. The album is available as a CD or as a download only at iTunes and cdbaby.
com, keyword Jesse Liam.
Christopher Moon native to Rhode Island (born in New Jersey), is a keen observer of the human
condition. He plays a slim body Martin guitar for a lighter acoustic/ electric sound, which he combines with
intricate harmonica that mix in harmony with a unique, rusty hook of a voice that is surprisingly flexible. Whether
playing solo or with a band, his shows are compelling. His full length album, Shine, offers a diverse selection of
songs, rustic vocals, finger-plucked ballads, and ,ore complex developed songs with bass and drums, as well as
live tracks.

Christopher is actively involved in Singing Out Against Hunger and provides sound engineering for one of it's
premier venues, Coastal Roasters, as well as performing through out the weekend. In it's eight year, it has raised
over $76,000.