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Stereotomy is South Florida’s original and best 80’s new wave & retro rock tribute show. Other retro bands have tried to follow in their footsteps, but no act has been able to create performances with such genuine 80s authenticity, raw energy and fun!


Since 2010, Stereotomy has become much less a band than a South Florida institution. The band had a vision to skillfully recreate the sounds from the 1980’s; a live show that is authentic in appearance while delivering a live performance true to the original recording. From corporate/private events to successful long term residencies in bars and clubs, Stereotomy always has the audience not only raging but coming back for more!


Stereotomy dresses the part in all the 80’s garb you’d expect and performs the original hits live, utilizing instruments from the era, with no backing tracks, sequencers or other tricks of the trade – what you see and hear is what you get – in fact, when Stereotomy performs you’d swear what you hear is the original artist performing the original song live! In other words, you’re getting the real deal with no lip syncing or play-along!


Stereotomy delivers a repertoire that is danceable, energy driven and well diverse, staying within the 1979-1989 time frame  when “new wave” and “retro rock” was at its peak with bands like: Duran Duran, Human League, Flock of seagulls, The Fixx, The Romantics, New Order and with 80s rock/retro acts such as The Cars, Men At Work, J Geils band, Rick Springfield, The Clash, Greg Kihn, The Vapors, INXS, Men Without Hats, John Cougar, Hall & Oates, Lover Boy and Bryan Adams.


So let Stereotomy take you back to when flares and corduroy were out and thin ties, loud colors, big hair and leather & lace were in. When the “yuppie” was born, “safe sex” replaced “free love”, when we all cried as an extraterrestrial “phoned home”. When Acid Wash jeans, “Live Aid”, the Rubik’s cube and MTV were all born! The time? The decade? The Eighties!!!


Relive the 80′s in style with Stereotomy!
Celebrating the music of Heart.

Doing all the hits of Heart from the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Close your eyes and you'll think you are there. Featuring:
Barracuda, Crazy on you, Magic Man, These Dreams, Heartless, All I Want To Do, Alone and many, many more...
Sippin Fire
Sippin Fire...breathing Rock and Roll

Playing a unique selection of pop, rock and roll, classic rock and alternative rock, Sippin Fire is reliable, entertaining, powerful and upbeat.

Sippin Fire will keep the rock and roll lovers entertained and wanting more!
Jason Grillo

Music has been such a passion for me for as long as I remember starting off when I was six years old on drums. For me there were so many artist that began to be soiled in me at such a young age such as the greats Buddy Guy, Stievie Ray Vaugh, Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Stieve Wonder and other artist we know John Mayer, John Legend and Jonny lang. So as you can tell blues, soul, funk and R&B has be molded me and i tried different way of exprecing it if it was through singing or different intsruments but none was better then writing a song about it. The feeling you get when you right a song about something you go through or something going on in the world is a feeling I can't describe better then "Freeing" saying what needed to be said and exprecing it in every So i crafted it i began writng when I was 15 yeah not all my songs were great but to me they were the best to keep up with what john mayer was selling, so I thought. Now fast foward a few years, I'm 18 years old going off to a school of music, a worship school of music called "Oceans Edge School of Worship" there i am building my guitar skills and writing skills this school was amazing because they new i wanted to be an artist that writes secular music an artist that plays and writes to make the listeners feel good and myself feel good. I couldnt begin to tell you how thankful i was for that because they pushed me and developed me but mpost important ly believed in me and my music. My momma always said the road I'm going down, very little reach the end of success, but I am one to say "yeah...but lets see just how far down I can get"
The Inner Court

Founded in 1999, The Inner Court is a group of four consummate and seasoned musicians who have found a love for the art of Jazz Fusion – an eclectic blend of rock, funk, Brazilian, Caribbean, and other Latin styles, presented on a solid foundation of jazz.

Members of The Inner Court like drummer Randy McGill, pianist and keyboardist Paul Banman, and guitarist Ken Malone, have joined bassist and band leader Tony Alford, to collectively present an enriching creation of jazz to the public for entertainment and cultural enrichment.

The band’s repertoire consists of some very stylish fusion arrangements of beloved jazz standards, covers from well-known fusion artists such as Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan, Chick Corea Elektric Band, Mike Stern, Yellowjackets, Weather Report, John Scofield, and the like, as well as some original compositions that pay homage to the musical style.

Almost any song can be done acoustically no matter the genre. We love to entertain with unique acoustic versions.

Most people like to hear music they are familiar with but may not necessarily hear often. We enjoy having an eclectic blend of well known bands and artists both old and new & making acoustic versions even when they are unexpected to played that way. People seem to really get it.


Sample of our set list:
The Weight by the Band
Cumbersome by Seven Mary Three
*He Won't Go by Adele
Drift Away by Dobie Gray
Only Wanna Be With You (Hootie & the Blowfish)
Jack and Diane by John Mellencamp
Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran
*Royals by Lordes
My Back Pages by Bob Dylan
Iris (Goo Goo Dolls)
Jessie by Joshua Kaddison
A Day In the Life by the Beatles
Yellow Submarine by the Beatles
*I KIssed A Girl by Katy Perry ((Oh yes, Acoustic Its great!)
I Melt With You (Modern English)
Life By the Drop by Stevie Ray Vaughan
Kryptonite by Three Doors Down
*Style by Taylor Swift
All Along the Watchtower by Jimi Hendrix/Bob Dylan
The Wind Cries Mary by Jimi Hendrix
What I Got - Sublime
The Mighty Quinn by Bob Dylan
*Mercy by Duffy
Man In Motion (St. Elmos Fire) by John Parr
Mary's Prayer by Danny Wilson
*Jason Mraz - I'm Yours
Breakfast At Tiffany's by Deep Blue Something
Name by the Goo Goo Dolls
*Hey Soul Sister - Train
Solsbury Hill by Peter Gabriel
A Kind of Magic by Queen
and many more!

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