Anybody Out There is a musical tribute to one of the most iconic progressive rock bands of all time - Pink Floyd.
The band's repertoire covers the entire Pink Floyd catalog, from the early Sid Barret-influenced psychedelic era to 1994's The Division Bell album. Hits including Money, Wish You Were Here, Another Brick in the Wall
plus selected album cuts such as Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Pigs, and Have A Cigar may be heard during the band's 2-hour performance.
The show consists of a spectacular stage production that faithfully duplicates the sight and sound of a "live" Pink Floyd performance, complete with an extensive laser light show and iconic circular video screen.
GUITARS / VOCALS
Glenn Bernardis is a versatile multi-instrumentalist, singer, composer, audio engineer and producer who has performed solo and with numerous groups, touring regionally in the Northeastern US and Southern Ontario. In addition to vocals and guitar, Glenn also plays bass, keyboards and hand percussion. Glenn won a Buffalo Music Award for Best Original Alternative Band, was nominated for Best Original Bass Player and won Best Original Bass Player for the Night Life Music Awards. As an engineer, Glenn has recorded Tony Levin, Kurt Vonnegut, Ed Shaughnessy, Wynton Marsalis and many other major figures in the rock, jazz and classical idioms. Glenn regards every job as a personal challenge to be met with integrity, professionalism and good humor
DRUMS / PERCUSSION / VOCALS
Dan's musical career began when he received his first drumset for Christmas at the age of seven. He began taking lessons at the age of thirteen and has studied with jazz great Kenny Wagner and rock legend Carmine Appice of Vanilla Fudge. He has performed in some of the area's best bands including Brymstone and Seventh Sign. In addition, Dan is versed in the art of Scottish pipe band music and has performed with the legendary Irish recording artist Noel Henry. Dan was recently nominated for The 2018 Night Life Music Awards in the "Best Rock Drummer" category.
BASS / VOCALS
Mike is an experienced bassist from Buffalo, NY. He attended Buffalo State College for Music Education and has experience playing styles of music ranging from classical and smooth jazz all the way to heavy metal. He has played in original bands most of his career, including bands such as Church Key Social, Queen City Station, Dirt War, Settlement, and currently with Hotel Etiquette.
GUITARS / VOCALS
Jim Jeckovich has performed both as a soloist and with the groups: This Vehicle, The USA Band, The Fun Zone, Broken Silence, Carl Filbert Band, Jerry D’Amico’s Brimstone, Ivory Tower, “Hello Vegas Show”, Lixx, Vienna, Badge and Cold Sweat.
Broken Silence release 2 EP’s and appeared on compilation records from Buffalo-based radio stations 97 Rock and WPHD.
This Vehicle released 3 full-length albums, a 2 song “single” and a Christmas single.
In 2018, Jim was inducted into The Niagara Falls Musician’s Hall of Fame.
SAXOPHONES / KEYBOARDS / PERCUSSION / VOCALS
Playing the saxophone since he was seven, Grammy-nominated saxophonist Jack Prybylski is a 2014 Buffalo Music Hall of Fame inductee, and a 12-time Buffalo Music Awards "Best Saxophonist" recipient. Jack's three solo CD's received International airplay, and produced chart-topping singles. In addition to performing on saxophone, Jack also plays keyboards and percussion for Anybody Out There.
KEYBOARDS / VOCALS
A Western New York native growing up in Niagara Falls NY, his friends would all attest that Steve was always at the piano. Playing popular songs by ear and simultaneously being classically trained, Steve majored in piano at the University of Buffalo, quickly becoming a well- rounded keyboardist. After graduating he joined a local rock band that got noticed by a Toronto talent agency and soon toured for 10 years, beginning with Lizard King (a tribute to the Doors), followed by various Top 40 Bands, and various solo piano gigs and studio work. Returning home, he joined Buffalo’s blues band Win, Lose or Draw which, throughout the 90’s, won numerous local awards. Changing his focus Steve formed a classic soul band, The Soul Providers, that was also widely successful winning multiple awards. During that time, he was involved with an original band Copper and Gin that got critical acclaim for their unique Americana sound. After the pandemic, Steve went back to his rock roots and enjoys entertaining as an accomplished vocalist as well as keyboardist in the band Mo Porter. Steve is always looking for new challenges and looks forward to playing the unique keyboards needed for Anybody Out There.