Joe Bouchard was a founding member of rock legends Blue Oyster Cult. He joined that group in 1970 and was their bass player and a creative force in the band for 16 years. After 11 gold and platinum records for Columbia, he left BOC in 1986 to pursue other goals. One of his early projects was the formation of the X Brothers.
The X Brothers were formed in 1988. Originally called the Cult Brothers, the group started as a four piece group with brothers Billy and Andy Hilfiger, on guitar and bass, respectively, and Jimmy Cacala on drums. As the Cult Brothers they toured all over the U.S. from Maine to Florida, Texas to Montana.
After the passing of Billy Hilfiger in 2001, The X Brothers continued to tour as a three piece band until they were joined by Rob Cannavino (Overkill) on guitar and special guest Bobby Hilfiger on cowbell. Listen
The Click Clack Boom is rock band from New York City founded in 2008 by Central Pennsylvania natives Nathaniel Hoho (lead vocals) and Grant Wilson (drums).
After a rotating cast of bandmates and a migration to New York City, they were joined by Brooklyn-born artist Joseph Grazi (bass) and native New Yorker Jesse Kotansky (violin, guitar, keyboard) in August 2011.
The band's unique sound stems from a powerful vocal front with a progressive blend of experimental instrumentation and classic rock 'n' roll roots.
New tracks can be previewed at the band's website.
Learn more at theclickclackboom.com and facebook.com/theclickclackboom. Listen
Johnny Andriani is the quintessential American rocker. He has had a long and varied career as a writer, a producer, and a performer. He was signed to EMI where his band, The Dwellers, toured with Adam Ant. His single, "Rocket Ride" achieved nationwide attention and his album, "Whatever Makes You Happy", was well received, and critically acclaimed. He has written for a wide range of artists, including Meat Loaf, and continues to create classic American radio rock hits for himself, and other artists. With his new album, Tripping on Love, Johnny Andriani is ready to rock the airwaves yet again.
In 2008, Andy Hilfiger produced an album called Made in Harlem along with co-producer, Young Quincy. The album is an eclectic mix of rock, RnB, and hip hop and features a variety of guest performers, including Peter Wolf, Doug E. Fresh, Kat DeLuna, Richie Rich, and Michael Fredo. Listen
Fright originally formed in 1980. The band played throughout the decade at a number of legendary venues throughout the Northeast. They recorded an EP and released The Trap / Demon's Call which received radio play.
The recently reunited Fright consists of original members, Mike Houghton and Andy Hilfiger, as well as Rob Cannavino on guitar, and Jimmy Cacala on drums. Listen
Michael Anthony Fredo (born July 17, 1978 in Elmira, New York) is a pop singer-songwriter. He has produced one studio album for Qwest / Warner Brothers Records, written and performed the theme song for the movie Black and White, and his music has been featured in film, television, and a broad range of advertising campaigns worldwide.
Michael's single, This Time Around, reached #21 in the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart and, in order to further promote the album, he toured with Britney Spears as her opening act on the Baby One More Time Tour. His second single, Who Said, was chosen by the Arnell Group for use as the theme of the Tommy Girl Fragrance ad campaign.