-- Band Bios --
Dan | Jan | Cindy
Dan Bausher: Keyboard, Vocals
I played my first club gig when I was 15 years old.
I have been around music all my life.
Have had a blast over the years and would do it again if I could.
Equipment: My first keyboard was a Hammond M-3.
Still own my Yamaha CP - 70 Electric Grand piano.
Currently playing a Roland RD 700 stage piano
Nord 3 Lead synthesizer.
Will be playing Rock and Roll in a nursing home when I’m 95 years old.
Stop by the stage and say Hi.
Always enjoy having a good time with friends and fans.
'Life's Journey is not to arrive at the grave safely
in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting,
" Holy shit... What a Ride!! " '
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Jan “The Captain” Kranch - Sax
Hardware: 1947 Selmer American Pro Alto Sax, 1962 Conn “Shooting Star” Tenor Sax
History: I started playing sax a loooooong time ago. I’ve played in quite a few bands in
the Philly area, starting with Jay & the Counts, a rock’n roll band, & on through soul groups, funk, even a Big Band (The Len Pierro Orchestra). I came to Reading in 1970 & eventually hooked up with Tom Miller & Amber. While working with Amber, I met Danny Bausher & the rest, as they say, is history.
When the group called & asked me if I wanted to do it again, I said “One more time? Why not!
I take care of the sound & lights & once in a while they let me get up and have some fun on Sax.
I look forward to seeing all of the people from the “Hungry Horse” days & everyone else from before & all the new friends we make along the way. Please be sure to come up and say hello! If I don’t remember your name please understand that the senior moments come more frequently now.
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Cindy Bausher: Light Technician
When the band decided to expand the light show, my husband Dan asked me if I wanted to run & program the light show, and give it a try. Two years later here I am programming sequences to the music and having a ball! I have been involved with music since the age of 6. I have studied classical music for 12 years including piano, guitar, trumpet, baritone horn and Harmonica.
My finial triumph one day will be to play the violin.
After all that here I am, part of a Rock-n-Roll Band. Go figure! Feel free to stop and say hi when you come and hear the band. I always enjoy meeting new people.
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