Tom is the guitar player and vocalist for the Happy Daze Band. Originally from New Jersey, Tom has been playing the guitar since he's been 16 years old. He moved to South Florida in 2008, and in 2010, hooked up with the band. Tom loves to sing and play the rock n' roll hits, especially Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly. If Tom had the chance to go back in time, he'd choose the 1950s!
Lisa Pirro has been entertaining since the age of six. With that many years in the business, she has just about done it all. She was the lead singer for several jazz and country bands in New York, Nashville, Vegas and Florida. You many have seen her at numerous interactive dinner theater shows all around Florida, as a wedding singer or at an event, or perhaps in Las Vegas as a principal singer in the stage production "Deuces Wild." In Nashville, Lisa produced, wrote and recorded a country CD of her own original work entitled "Simply Me". Inside this small package of dynamite explodes an enormous voice full of power, wit and attitude. Weighing in at 85 lbs. and standing only 5 feet tall, she is sure to be remembered as the "little girl with the big voice."Type your paragraph here.
Dave keeps the beat for the Happy Daze Band. He is originally from Chicago. He grew up on AM radio, listening to early rock n roll, pop, country, blues and soul. Some early influences were Buddy Rich, Gene Krupa, Sandy Nelson, Don Brewer and Ron Bushy.
He’s played many different styles through the years but playing 50’s & 60’s rock ‘n’roll is the coolest!
"Since first hearing the Beatles as an 11 year old on a diner tabletop jukebox in his hometown of East Paterson, New Jersey, Freddie Gasparini has been locked in love with music.
After residing lifelong in northern N.J., Freddie recently relocated to sunny South Florida, where he continues to pursue his musical passions and ambitions. And he is delighted to have connected here with The Happy Daze Band!
Freddie has played, toured, & recorded with Local, Regional, and National acts. He recently enjoyed both Keyboard and Songwriting credits on a Contemporary Blues album that reached #1 on Billboard's Blues Charts in August of 2015."
Steve fell in love with rock and roll in the 1950's when his dad gave him the 45 of Blue Suede shoes by Elvis Presley. When Steve was 16, he saw the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show and decided right there that playing rock and roll was the way to go. In the mid 60's, he played with the Chains ( an original South Florida band) then moved to NY in the 70's and played with the national touring co. of the Broadway musical "GodSpell" as well as doing studio recording. But he never strayed far from his roots of good ole Rock & Roll.