The POWERHOUSE Band, originally formed in 1986 to recreate the sound of the 60’s horn bands, continues to emulate their classic roots with their current ‘Tribute to the R&B Divas’ with Paula Tessaro. And with four lead vocalists, two keyboard players and a three-piece horn section, the band has performed their Chicago Transit tribute act – the first of its kind, and longest running anywhere in the world – throughout eastern Canada and the U.S. for over two decades. The band has taken their Ray Charles tribute with Frank Rondell to Europe, their Chicago Transit tribute to Chicago, Illinois and into the U.S. Midwest. And they continue to perform their POWERHOUSE and Rod Stewart shows regularly at festivals, theatres, casinos, corporate events, nightclubs and private functions throughout eastern North America. In addition to their many national and international shows, the band also performs regularly in nightclubs near their home base of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada where their now-trademark ‘wall of sound’ first originated.
Carlo, representing Chicago Transit, backstage with the Chicago band – Oct 31/16, London, Ontario, CanadaBack row (l to r): Walfredo Reyes Jr., Lou Pardini, Keith Howland, Jeff Coffey, Walter ParazaiderFront row (l to r): Tris Imboden, Robert Lamm, Carlo, Lee Loughnane, James Pankow“Yeah … we’ve heard of you guys”, they said to Carlo.
Booking and band availability:Carlo DiBattista159 Garside Ave. S.Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L8K 2W1Phone: 905-548-0058 (home) 289-253-9347 (cell - 24 hr.)E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICEDON BERRYMAN ~ October 1, 1950 - May 12, 2017
Sunday July 16th from 4pm to 9pm Musical Celebration of Life for Don Royal Canadian Legion 1180 Barton Street East Hamilton ~ 905-544-6385. Tickets Now Available ~ $10.00Royal Canadian Legion ~ above locationTicket Works ~ 433 Main St. W ~ 905-921-6317 ~ Danny CoxDeb’s Garden Centre - 499 Mohawk Rd. E(Upper Sherman) Donations from those that can not attend CLICK HEREENTERTAINMENTBurnt Rose, The Mark LaForme Band, POWERHOUSE (featuring past and present members) and CHICAGO TRANSIT Hamilton Spectator ArticleROCKINGHAM: A tribute to a beloved Hamilton musician