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Banner Thomas • Artimus Pyle • Shelton Irwin •
Marc Douglas Berardo
Gregg Chirico • Brady
Green • Danny
From the East and West Coasts
of Florida and along the Eastern Seaboard, Those Guys are generating
lots of excitement as a band with a unique mix of music that's
best described as Americana and roots with a touch of rock, folk,
and country. It's a harmonious and eclectic blend of original
tunes and lyrics with a diversity that appeals to all ages.
Thank you St. Augustine for Voting us #1 Band 2003 and 2004
Those Guys have opened for
- or played with - such well-known and diverse bands as Little
Feat, Molly Hatchet, .38 Special, The Allman Brothers, Bo Diddley,
Jerry Lee Lewis, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Former Skynyrd drummer Artimus
Pyle also played with Those Guys in the mid-1990s and is featured
on "Those Guys I" and "Those Guys II". In January
2001, "Those Guys Live From the Sunset Grille" was released,
quickly followed by "Smile For The Camera" which was released
in March of 2001. Those guys are currently in the studio recording their
next album due to be released by the end of the year!
Experienced musicians Dave Besley and Walt Kulwicki are the nucleus
of the band, which began in 1992 in Jacksonville Beach, Florida,
and now plays about 300 performances a year.
The sounds and lyrics of
Those Guys touch the emotions of music lovers. "It's a wide
variety of songs that all have stories. There's not a lot of
ya, ya, ya, hey, hey, hey," Besley said. "A lot of
the songs are love stories, but others are about topics such
as drought, refugees, and nostalgic memories."
Some are tunes with a slow
rhythm and melodious harmony. Others are filled with a vibrant
energy. To hear those songs performed and to be mesmerized by
the stories - those are reasons critics and music lovers want
to know: Who are Those Guys?
Light-hearted, fun, offbeat
songs such as "It's a Great Life (If'n You Don't Weaken)"
contrasts with the poignant and melodic sounds of "My Bird"
and "Missing You." Fast-moving tunes such as "Carry
On," "Out of Control," "Then and Now,"
and "Goose Creek" are spirited renditions that boost
the energy level of the crowds.
are strictly by the talented duo of Besley and Kulwicki. Other
times, the full band accompanies them. Besley writes most of
the group's songs and is the lead vocalist. He also plays guitar,
bass, and mandolin. Kulwicki is a co-writer and vocalist who
Other band members include Woody Pernell on drums and percussion;
Danny Roberts, a vocalist who plays guitar and
bass; Brady Green, Gregg Chirico, and Chris McVey, vocalists who play
both guitar and bass. Former Molly Hatchet bass
player, Banner Thomas, along with Jim Essery, who played with
the Allman Brothers, have also performed in Those Guys band.
Those who appreciate a unique
sound and original tunes and lyrics - and Those Guys' renditions
of popular songs by such artists as John Prine, Stevie Ray Vaughn,
and Lynyrd Skynyrd - will want to visit one of the live performances
of Those Guys.
Ed Wilks - Publisher
- M&M Productions,
- Jay Mayville, Sound
Jack Shultz, photo
The Official Web Site of
Those Guys, originally founded in 1992
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Contact: Walt Kulwicki 904.471.7522
904.501.4601 Cell Phone
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