Mr. Peabody's Wayback Machine


I had a vision, to break away from the "same ol same ol" in music. There are hundreds of SRV tribute players out there, hundreds of Ted Nugent imitations, but the world already had one of each. If i wanted a sound alike, i'd play the bleeding jukebox.

I wanted to recreate the days when cars had an A.M. radio, I wanted to delve into an alternate universe, where "Help Me Make it Through the Night" was a punk song, or "Turn the Page" a rockabilly smash.

I wanted to be Sha Na Na meets the Ramones

I go to clubs and hear another Tom Petty song, followed by a Carlos Santana wannabe

I do "Hooked on a Feeling" by Blue Swede, complete with " ooh gotcha gowa" and follow with punk "Sweet Caroline"

Music shouldn't be "cookie cutters" and dry backing tracks, endless scrolling between songs on a bloody Ipad, telling people "I'm punk, I wear the right shirt with holes, and scream, watch me spit beer on the stage"

If you know me, you'll understand

Screen name:
Member since:
Jul 20 2015
Active over 1 month ago
Level of commitment:
Moderately Committed
Years together:
Gigs played:
Over 100
Tend to practice:
2-3 times per week
65 years


Dave Clark 5, Roy Orbison, Del Shannon, Buddy Holley, The Ventures, Beach Boys, Ramones....A.M. get the idea. Why isn't Oldies or rockabilly an option in genre ?

Members Of Band

Seems to be more by commitee lately. But always carefully selected


Strat, Jaguar, Tele,Gretsch hollow-body, Duo Sonic, Jazzmaster, Acoustic-electric, Peavey amp, Fender amp, Vox and Vox and Vox amps, yamaha mixer and behringer and harbinger powered speakers