Steve Jones, Guitar and Vocals.
Steve started playing guitar and writing music at the age of nine in Van-
couver. Instead of building things with Leggo, Steve started building
bands. While working with bands such as Foreign Exchange and Loose
Change Steve was able to incorporate some of his original tunes into the
repertoire. While working with The Amazing Rubber Band in Penticton,
he continued to write original songs and now has five CD’s to his credit.
Blair Kennedy, Guitar and Vocals.
As a prairie farm boy who made good, Blair grew up on the outskirts of
Regina, Saskatchewan. With a guitar in his hand since the age of six he
carefully honed his guitar skills and then added singing and song writ-
ing to his repertoire. Blair has played in bands which have opened for
Streetheart and Loverboy and spent six months on the road as guitarist
for the legendary Joe Cocker.
Bob Gronowski, Bass and Vocals.
Bob grew up in Detroit when Motown was in its glory. After
moving to Toronto he toured up and down the east coast of Canada
and the States as a bass player with a variety of bands. He eventually
moved west and into the Okanagan Valley. He has performed with
such west coast greats as Terry Edmunds, Robbie King, and Henry Young.
Akapita Haupapa, Drums and Vocals.
A native of Rotura, NewZealand, Aka moved to Australia at age 22 and
began drumming with a local rock band who opened for shows by Cold
Chisel, Dragon and Australian Crawl. He moved to Penticton in 1991 and
played with This Old House and Loose Change. Aka has displayed his
drumming skills on many Okanagan recordings including Peach City
Beach Blues and Steve Jones’ Full Circle and Pictures CD’s.
Monika Jones, Vocals and percussion.
If you like stories that make you say awww, you will love this one. Mon-
ika and Steve met in their high school choir and have been together
ever since. Over the years that she and Steve have been together, they
have worked on blending not only their lives but their voices together