Josh Groleau

Owner / DJ / Singer

Josh is veteran of the New England music scene. A classically trained vocalist, he has won numerous awards for his vocal performances in both operatic and jazz performances. He has studied under renowned vocal coach, Mark Baxter, allowing him to share the stage with members of the legendary bands Boston and The J. Geils Band. He was the runner-up in the first NH Idol Competition at the Bank of NH Pavilion in Gilford, NH. He has opened for acts such as The Gym Class Heroes and American Idol Finalist, Kimberly Locke. He has been the frontman for numerous club and wedding bands over the years. As a DJ, he has taken his talents on the decks entertaining the masses from Killington, VT to Newport, RI to Boothbay Harbor, ME to The Berkshires of Massachusetts and pretty much everywhere in NH.

Tom Groleau

Owner / Instrumentalist

Tom Groleau is a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist 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, Medeski Martin and Wood, Soul Coughing, 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.

Jim Taft

Singer / Instrumentalist / dj

Jim has been a professional musician since the age of 15, when he began playing drums and singing in a club band. He continued to hone his craft in high school and upon graduation was accepted into the prestigious Berklee College of Music as a percussion principal. He remained there studying with Bob Tomagni and later with Jon Hazilla, while also majoring in Music Education. Also, an accomplished vocalist, Jim sang in many shows at the Berklee Performance Center for such dignitaries as George Martin, Dizzy Gillespie, Phil Collins and Al Jarreau. After graduation, Jim got a gig playing drums with New England’s premier party band, The Fools. He has continued to work with outstanding musicians in the Boston area, playing weddings, functions, clubs, mitzvahs both bar and bat and more. In 2009 he hooked up with Danny Klein (“Ace on Bass” with the J. Geils Band) and joined Danny Klein’s Full House. Traveling the northeast performing all J. Geils music in the band, Jim began as the drummer and now performs as their lead singer. In addition to Danny Klein’s Full House, Jim performs with several other bands, trios, duos and even solo, wherever live music is needed. Parallel to his music, Jim has been an “At-home-Dad” to his three kids, enjoying all that entails. This includes all the musical things like helping them with piano practice, preparing recital pieces, and volunteering by performing in the schools and helping with the high school jazz band’s rhythm section.