- Artist: The Grab Brothers Band
- Format: CD
- Release Date:3/29/2005
Bio The Grab Brothers Band hails from the musical hotbed of Boston/Cape Cod. Original Duo and now featured as a 'Power Trio' (Acoustic & Rock). A powerful 3-piece rock and roll outfit with an equally potent penchant for hook-laden rockers, and riveting excitement to their most infectious ballads. There is a vital chemistry at the core of their gutsy musical style. It encompasses an intriguing blend of an early Genesis infused with a Jethro Tullish Celtic taste and a bit of The Grateful Dead influence. Just catchy straight out rock-n-roll! 'These guys not only have the ability to give you hard driving no-nonsense rock, but also can slow the pace to eloquently strum a few acoustic gems! And when the brothers sing together, their vocal harmonies are just amazing!' The Players The Grab Brothers Players Larry Grab: Flute, Acoustic Guitars, Bass, Harmonica, Sax & Vocals Marc Grab: Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Trombone & Vocals Drummers vary due to their availabilty. We presently have 3 on call. Larry Grab Musical Backgrounds: Larry Grab: Trained privately with Karen Shepard: She worked with Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, Yule Brynner, Sammie Davis Jr. and trained at the Actor's Studio, New York City. Larry received his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from U. Mass Boston. Larry has performed with the U. Mass. Boston Jazz band (bass guitar & flute) as well as with the Elite Chamber singers. Larry has also won an award for one of his songs 'Wishing You Well'. This song helped launch a school campaign for a drive to raise money for 'Aids' research. While at university, Larry was made leader of the jazz ensemble and helped put a show together that raised over $10,000 for the music program. Larry has been growing as a performer through joining the musical theatre for 'The Provincetown Theatre Group', and developing his acting skills. He has added this new skill set to the bands musical performances. Marc Grab Marc Grab: U. Mass. Boston, B.A. in music and received 'The Music Book Prize' The highest achievement award in music given at U. Mass. Boston. While in high school, Marc made All State Chorus as well as District & Semsba. He received a summer scholarship to Hart School of Music. He studied private acting and voice with Karen Shepard. Studied guitar with Peter Jansen & music theory with Professor Patterson. Marc is also a member of 'The Provincetown Theatre Group' and performs in numerous musicals. His love for music and the passion he feels comes out in every performance given. Drummers vary depending on venue & availabilty. Presently, we have 3 on call.