Tumulty's Pub New Brunswick


To a packed house at Tumulty's, the band tore into their initial set, starting with Stop Draggin' My Heart Around, the perfect chestnut to showcase Jess Krieger's powerhouse vocals interplaying with the band's resident crooner, Michael Sadowsky over the signature lead guitar lick from Andy Covit.
Next up in the eclectic rotation was the venerable Santana nugget, Evil Ways highlighting Rick Snepar channeling Greg Rolie's Hammond organ and new band mate, John Buck Kerlin tearing it up on the outro in a manner barely hinting at the guitar pyrotechnics to be unleashed later in the evening.
Jess' vocals captivated on the band's renditions of the two Led Zeppelin classics, What Is and What Will Never Be and Bring It On Home with the classic drivin' bass foundation provided by Lou Perillo.
The wild night continued with the most excellent rockin' duet between Elio Diaz and Jess on Wild Nights with the band mashing up the best of the original Van Morrison and later John Mellencamp versions.
The night ended with a smokin' version of the Allman's One Way Out followed by the audience calling in unison for "One More Song". 

More to Come!

New Lineup, New Excitement!


With the strong additions of Jess Krieger on lead vocals and John Kerlin on lead guitar, the band is ready to hit the circuit once again.
After successful gigs in St. Petersburg, Fla last year and the American Cancer Society last spring, the new lineup has now solidified and is ready to rock the joint.

Catch us in New Brunswick at the venerable Tumulty's Pub, November 25th.  Start the 2017 Holiday season off right!

See you there!

American Cancer Society


AlterEgo provided the musical accompaniment to the annual New Jersey American Cancer Society Gala on April 30th.  Serving up the band's usual eclectic mix of classic and newer tunes, dancing continued until closing time!
Audience participation was notable as seen in this video taken by one of our avid supporters (click the link below)


Next up June 2nd at the Voorhees Zimmerli Museum in New Brunswick, more to follow.

Fall Classic


The boys are holding forth on November 15th at the Brunswick Grove for their usual late night festivities.  Some new tunes and the usual eclectic fare will be served so bring your dancing shoes & downbeat moves.

See you there, 10 P.M. and say hello!

Tres de Mayo!


The boys held forth on May 3rd at the Grove, serving up their usual eclectic brew of tunes.  Check them out doing the funky Standing on Shaky Ground, covered by many, now by AlterEgo! Click on the YouTube link from one of our fans....

Watch these pages for our next gig!