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Born in Haledon, New Jersey, Lou Pallo became interested in playing the guitar after listening to his father and uncles performing at family gatherings. At 16, he formed his own band, playing at weddings, banquets, and parties.
Later Lou served in the Air Force. Upon returning, he performed with local bands. His carer took a turn with performing or recording with Sammi Davis, Jr., the Platters, and The Four Seasons.
In 1968, Lou met Les Paul and became fast friends rehearsing, recording, and sitting in with bands at local venues.
In 1984, Lou and Les Paul, along with bassist Garuy Mazzaroppi formed The Les Paul Trio taking their show to NYC at Fat Tuesdays every Monday Night. After twelve years, the show moved to NYC's Iridium Nightclub.
Bill Turner spent nearly three years playing lead guitar for Bill Haley and the Comets. An accomplished rockabilly guitarist and fiddle player, Bill made at least six guest appearances at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
Since 1972, Bill Turner and Blue Smoke have been playing nightclubs, concerts, and Atlantic City casinos.
Mark is a veteran New York metropolitan area performer. His live stage act includes a repertoire of 400 + songs of American pop standards, classic rock n roll, and comedy skits.
In the last 25 years, he has performed at colleges, concert halls, coffee houses, theaters, saloons, radio, and TV stations all over the North East.
Accomplished singer/songwriter/guitarist/voice artist / vocal impressionist/actor, Mark is the creator and host of "The Mark Dacey Show- unsigned," a northern New Jersey cable variety show.