Ralph plays the accordion, piano, Anglo concertina and Cajun accordion. Ralph was a founding member of the Boogaloo Swamis who were 4 time Boston Music Award winners. The Swamis were largely responsible for the introduction of Cajun, Zydeco, and New Orleans music to New England . They toured and recorded extensively. In addition to performing for over 30 years, Ralph has been a prolific songwriter, with over 40 songs to his credit.
Larry is the proud winner of the 2007 Boston Folk Festival Singer/ Songwriter contest. His playing is rooted in the Piedmont and Delta blues styles but is also peppered with Cajun, Zydeco, Celtic and classical influences. He loves singin' the blues. As a veteran of the San Fransisco folk rock scene of the early 70's, he played in a number of bands including Camp Granada and the Stephen Fiske Band.
Mike's musical sensibility draws on many diciplines including rock, jazz, funk, punk, reggae, folk and theatre.In 1998, Mike left New York to join New England's Boogaloo Swamis. Since then, He's appeared and recorded with numerous area musicians including Louisiana legend, Jesse Lege.
Geoff has been a professional musician for over thirty years. He currently performs with The Squeezbox Stompers, The Monks of Funk, and Exit 17. He has performed with Ben E. King, The Coasters, Chuck Berry, The Drifters, The Boogaloo Swamis, The Walker Band, and The Eyes. Geoff is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and the owner, producer/engineer of The Sound Cellar, a multi-track recording and music production facility.
Andy plays bass, fiddle and guitar. He covers everything from fingerstyle jazz to western swing and everything in between. Andy has played with The Traces, the Sun Mountain Band, the John Payne Band, the Back Roads Band, Fountainhead, the Boogaloo Swamis, Luxury Liner, the Mark Snyder Quartet, the Delgados, Tulsa Queen,
Ray Cross & the Country Heartbeats and Andy Solberg & Friends.
Steve Latanision is a Berkley graduate and accomplished multi-instrumentalist who performs extensively throughout New England. It’s always a delight to see which of his many guitars, fiddles, banjos, mandolins and other stringed instruments he’ll bring to a gig. Steve is an in demand player and recording artist.
Pablito is a musical adventurer. Early on, he excelled on the clarinet but ultimately, Beethoven and the licorice stick were not for him. He caught Beatle fever, switched to the electric bass and never looked back. Ask Pablito to sing a little Gilbert and Sullivan and he will gladly oblige. During his years with the Ipswich Summer Theater, He sang the roles of The Mikado, The Pirate King in Pirates of Penzance, and the Duke of Plaza Toro in The Gondoliers. Pablito has appeared in a number of Boston bands including the Neptunes, Cakewalk and the Fabulous Fungis. Pablito is a talented artist as well.