Itchycoo Park in Concert - Your Link to the Past
Itchycoo Park delivers a spectacular and powerful sound. Celebrating the music of the late 1960's and early 1970'ss, this 6-piece band will bring to you the finest show of that era.
Each performance will take the audience on a musical trip, with outstanding musicianship and impeccable vocals. Itchycoo Park is a favorite for corporations, festivals, concerts, private events and parties.
The group was created by drummer Robert Lincoln Lewis (Berklee College of Music Boston, MA '82).
Lead Vocalist Marlow Ray Morgan (aka Chocolate Chip) was the winner of the Dr. Pepper Vocal Competition with CK 105.5. Marlow has played with many popular bands, most notably the nationally known "Skinny Soul". His remarkable and effusive vocal style, along with his amazing stage presence, continues to take Itchycoo Park to the highest level at each performance.
Female Lead Vocalist Melany Margaret Huber rocked American Idol in Hollywood, California during her battle with cancer. Keith Urban, Jennifer Lopez and Harry Connick Jr. gave her a unanimous golden ticket "YES"! Her soulful voice is a wonderful contrast to that youthful presence. Her father Jon Huber, a well-known musician, and her mother raised Melany to be a singer, naming her after the famous 70’s-star Melany Safka (hit song: I Got A Brand-New Pair Of Roller Skates).
Guitarist Timothy Twiss studied at the Guitar Institute of Technology in Los Angeles, California. His time spent in the Southern California circuit (and beyond) helped form and sharpen his craft. Tim continues to use his amazing skills at Milford Music (his own business of 30 years) teaching young students how to enjoy and excel in music.
Keyboardist Mr. Robert Brunhild has toured extensively from Miami to Los Angeles. He is one of the most sought-after keyboardists in the metro area. Rob finds his home on stage with Itchycoo Park. Nobody brings as much energy while playing keys as Rob.
Bassist Rick Kaye spent many years in his hometown of New York city as a studio bass player. Rick has recorded sessions with the late great Steve Marriot of Humble Pie, the singer/song writer of the original song called Itchycoo Park.
Drummer Robert Lincoln Lewis studied at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Boston Ma. He was formerly managed by Punch Andrews of the Bob Segar System. His powerful and technical 70's style drumming will command your inner soul to dance and move.