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The Tribe’s “ONE-HIT WONDERS” show is a unique presentation of some all-time favorite songs by bands and artists that had one big, memorable hit. Whether you recall the names of the artists that made the songs famous or not, you’ll probably recognize every tune! You’ll hear songs like King Harvest’s “Dancing in the Moonlight,” The Ides of March’s “Vehicle,” The Spiral Starecase’s “More Today Than Yesterday,” Freda Payne’s “Band of Gold,” Bobby Hebb’s “Sunny,” Elvin Bishop’s “Fooled Around and Fell in Love,” Looking Glass’s “Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl),” and many more, performed by some of LA’s most talented singers! What better way to pay homage to some of the best tunes in history?

THE TRIBE is a collective of Los Angeles-based professional musicians that features a rotation of stellar singers who perform themed shows and tributes to various popular artists throughout Southern California. Each show brings a special charm and interpretation that appeals to audiences of all kinds.


What people have said about this show:

“Your One-Hit Wonders show sent the crowd dancing all the way home! Our audience at Farnsworth Park is fun to play for and always looking for solid, danceable music. You guys got them all on their feet. Thanks again and we hope to have you back.” – Mike Zoeller, Rotary Club of Altadena (2022)

“I’ve never seen that many people up and dancing in the aisles at one of our concerts.” – staff member at Constitution Park (Pleasant Valley Parks & Rec) Summer Concert Series in Camarillo (2022)

“The Tribe is one of my favorite bands. They always provide fun and exciting entertainment for our park audiences. Love them.” – Nora Ross, CEO Valley Cultural Foundation / Warner Park Summer Concerts Series in Woodland Hills ((2021)

Performer Names/Instruments:
Gary Stockdale – Band Leader/Keyboards
Eric – Keyboards
Grant Geissman – Guitar
Michael Stern – Guitar
Kevin Wachs – Drums
Larry Antonino – Bass
Lauri Reimer – Percussion

Chris Paul Overall
Steve Goddard
Rob Morrow
Gary Stockdale
John Pratt
Larry Antonino
Lauri Reimer

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