Gerrick Van Deusen (aka GVD) is a Rhode Island based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Averaging 100+ gigs annually, he is known for his eclectic playlist and keen ability to "play the room". From pop, to country, to oldies, and classic rock GVD puts his own signature sound on crowd pleasing songs while staying true to their origins. Priding himself on range and flexibility across all genres, he tailors his sets based on client preference. A performing musician on multiple instruments since 12 years of age, he leans on his experience to create the perfect atmosphere.
Set the vibe for your ceremony, cocktail hour or pre-dance reception with the sultry, intimate sounds of GVD!
Timmy Drums prides himself on being different. Tim brings a unique energy and vibe to every event he plays, blending his LIVE drumming and DJ sets seamlessly to create an unforgettable experience. He is dedicated to delivering top-notch entertainment and having fun while doing so. Book Timmy Drums for your next event and see for yourself what sets him apart!
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Mike Rollins, saxophonist, has been performing since the age of 17. He has played with many notable acts in the jazz and R&B world. Highlights include: NFL Hall of Fame, Boston Jazz Festival, Martha’s Vineyard Soulfest, and a host of amazing private performances. He can play all aspects of your event, even down to dance sets with a DJ.
Hailing from a family of talented musicians, Big Lux discovered the violin and Saxophone at a young age. Trained classically in the Suzuki method, he spent school days with brass in his hands and evenings with strings beneath his fingers. He learned other instruments, but it was the violin that called him loudest.
The next step brought him to West Point Military Academy, where he began a military career that spanned five continents and multiple war zones, his violin always near to hand. Lux used his military experience to grow as both an artist and as a person.
The next stop was Miami, Florida, where he obtained his MBA from the University of Miami. Much like his time in the military, Miami left an imprint on him as a performer, but this time in a Latin flavor. His music became more energetic, brimming with electricity and excitement like the South Beach nightclubs in which he played. He was no longer just a musician; he’d evolved into a charged performer the likes of which Miami hadn’t seen with strings and a bow before. He had become Big Lux.
Today Big Lux lives in Rhode Island, though he frequently travels the east coast playing shows from Miami to New Hampshire. He continues to tour Korea annually, staying in touch with the culture of street performers that first helped him define himself as a musician. While he continues to play professionally at nightclubs, weddings and corporate events, he also dedicates a significant amount of time to activism and fundraising.