It all started back in the fall of 1984 when John Guandolo and Kelly Pidgeon met in high school. Kelly saw John walking in with a new Les Paul and said, "you and I need to talk!" Talk they did.
From there, a lifelong friendship and musical partnership began. Though their paths diverged for a number of years, John heading to the United States Naval Academy, Marine Corps and Kelly heading to college, into radio and voiceover production, the two had a chance meeting at their high school and decided to start making songs. Together with Ron Butler, who played in a blues band with Kelly previously, formed a friendship and a musical and spiritual fellowship.
The title track from their first album, "America" landed on several nationally syndicated radio stations as a 9/11 anthem. Their second work, "The Journey" is a loose concept album that explores one man's journey from the darkness of warfare to the light of salvation. "Love Hold Me" is a departure from the introspective second work and has a down and dirty blues tune, "Ghost Train" and a fun happy reggae tune, "Dance Floor." The title track is the band's favorite, a nod to artists they grew up with.
John, Kelly and Ron sincerely hope you enjoy listening as much as they enjoyed making it! Music is the great healer!