Roadhouse Redeemers
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Lori Cushman

Lori's powerful, soulful vocals and exuberant stage presence set the tone for a Roadhouse Redeemers performance. You can always count on her to be the most energetic person in the room. For many years she has performed with a number of Blues and Rock bands, but this is her first foray in a trio configuration. Her Aretha Franklin, Susan Tedeschi, Etta James and Janis Joplin roots brings a unique dimension to the Roadhouse Redeemers trio configuration. In addition to lead vocals, Lori will also add serveral types of percussion and occasional booty shaking.

Lori

Steve Cocchi

Steve started his musical career as drummer, but as a teenager in the late '70's he followed in the footsteps of his older brother Bob (an accomplished guitarist and Berklee College of Music graduate) and took up the guitar. He's been playing in bands ever since. For a number of years after high school, he worked as a full time musician and during that period learned to play keyboards. Soon he was playing keys more than the guitar. During this time he played with bands in nearly every music genre imaginable -- Blues, Classic Rock, Southern Rock, Motown, Pop, and even Country & Western. He plays both keyboards and guitar with the Roadhouse Redeemers and also performs both lead and backing vocals.

Steve

Buddy Cleveland

Harp player and vocalist Buddy Cleveland grew up in Rockville, MD. He had the privilege of seeing Muddy Waters at a live show in the late '70's. It was immediately clear that Muddy was the real deal and he started down the road with the blues and the harmonica and hasn't looked back. In 1999, after moving to the Philadelphia area, Buddy joined the Voodoo DeVille band and continues to play with them. He has played with many bands since such as the Georgie Bonds Band, the Porkroll Project, the Dave Mell Band, and Shadows & Dust. Buddy is an avid harp gear collector (we're not sure why his wife lets him get away with it).

Buddy