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Christy Coffey

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An Oklahoma native, classically trained vocalist and life long country music lover, Christy Coffey moved to Las Vegas after college (Go Sooners!) and found a Corp job, but music kept calling her.  She found herself at the Stardust Hotel auditioning for a Vegas lounge band.  The rest is history.  She became the female singer for the Press Band, playing corporate parties at all the big resorts including the Bellagio, Venetian, Mirage, Mandalay Bay, MGM and more. She also fronted the Generation X Band and played up and down the strip. Christy toured on the Costa Cruise lines performing all over the world.  After 9/11 she relocated to the beaches of Southern California and in 2011 created the Shenanigans Band, a classic rock cover band.   For ten years they have performed throughout the region at wineries, casinos, yacht clubs and more.

Ken (Kenny) Dills


Ken is originally from a far away land known as "Illinois."  He handed off his snow shovel to his neighbor in 1997, loaded up the truck and moved to....Garden Grove; since relocating to Huntington Beach.  A music school grad from U of I, he studied classical guitar and composition.  Kenny got back into playing in a band in 2010 after the kids left the house.  In 2011 he met Christy Coffey from a mutual acquaintance and has been her pain in the.... er, guitar player ever since.  A rock and roll and dedicated Beatle freak from day one,  Ken caught the country bug a few years back and was hooked.  He loves playing guitar, singing harmony and writing songs with Christy.

Victor "Mike" Zamora


Mike is our multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, keyboard, bass, ukulele, spoons, kitchen sink and damn near anything else he sets his mind to. In Mike's own words "I've studied classical/flamenco guitar, moved to rock and roll, and started a band with mattresses covering the windows.  We learned a lot and had a great time, albeit not such a good time for my neighbors, lol."  Mike studied at Fullerton College and Musician's Institute, once taking lessons from Tommy Tedesco (google "Wrecking Crew" and you will be in awe).  Mike is a true musical chameleon and gladly masters everything we throw at him.

Rudy Lopez


Born in East Los Angeles, Rudy Lopez used playing live music and strong family values to stay on the straight and narrow.  Influenced by the Beatles, Rudy picked up the bass guitar in the late 60s and learned to play by ear before understanding any fundamentals of reading music.  His journey took him down the hard rock and “Top 40” genres before including smooth jazz, Latin, big band and later classic rock where for +25 years he played with the band “THIEF” before taking on Country music.  It was the Country music of the 90s that brought out Rudy’s interest that never went away.  He says that the music then was real, fun and energetic, danceable stuff made by such artists as Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Clint Black to name a few.  Rudy has always enjoyed performing live and can still be found covering the genres of music mentioned just to get on stage.

Bill "Wild Bill" Crandall

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Bill "Wild Bill" Crandall has been behind the kit in a number of bands in Orange County.  A seasoned rock and blues drummer, Wild Bill has taken on the challenge of the country genre and is enjoying every minute.

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