MEET THE GUYS

Tom Groleau is a singer/songwriter and multi-instumentalist who is most well known for his drumming in the Boston based band the Mudhens. These days he can be found playing acoustic guitar as a solo performer and teaming up with fellow musicians in the Boston area. With the Mudhens, he has written and performed songs that have taken him to stages opening for Neil Young, Beck, Primus, Ben Folds Five, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, Ween, Medeski Martin and Wood, Soul Coughing, Peter Wolf, Ten Thousand Maniacs, Jonatha Brooke and many others. Tom has also fronted bands entertaining crowds of 30,000+ including shows with Meredith Brooks, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bo Diddley. He has also made numerous television and radio appearances including a live performance on the Howard Stern show and was a suggested artist for VH1's 2005 Song of the Year songwriting competition. Check out the soundtrack for DVD box set of the television series "Party of Five," to hear three songs in which Tom wrote/co-wrote/produced and performed.

Josh Groleau is a veteran of the New England music scene with over a decade of experience. He has received numerous awards for his wide range of vocal talent for both jazz and operatic performances. He has studied under world-renowned vocal coach Mark Baxter. He was the Runner-up in the first NH Idol competition at the Bank of NH Pavilion in Gilford, NH. He has been the front-man for some of Boston's best cover bands playing venues from Newport, RI to Killington, VT to Weirs Beach, NH to Portland, ME. Josh has shared the stage with members of legendary rock groups such as The J. Geils Band and Boston. As a DJ, Josh has found himself traveling all over New England allowing him to share his energy, positivity, and talent with his clients.