Mike Waggoner

Lead Vocals and Rhythm Guitar

• Midwest Music Hall of Fame inductee; May 2008.
• 60’s band Mike Waggoner and The Bops with the hit record “Baby, Baby” .
• About 12 ‘Bops’ early recordings are included and still being played on many Rockabilly compilation albums in the USA and Europe.
• Minneapolis warm up band for the Rolling Stones on their 1st US Tour, 1964.
• Mike started with Rockabilly music and has done ‘Pop’ rock, Boogie, Blues and Country during his playing career. ROADHOUSE integrates all of these genres for a great show for listeners and dancers.
• Mike has been an influence and mentor to many, many Mid-west players over the years.

Michael Pasqualini

Guitar and Vocals

With over 30 years of stage experience, Michael Pasqualini is a multi-instrumentalist excelling in performing and teaching.

A true showman, Michael has worked with Teen King & the Princes, Damn Crazy, Shane & the Wild Weasels, The Restoration Project, Jeff Loven & Kelly Peterson in the Killawatts, Brian Leighton, The Upsetters, Immaculate Contraption, D’Singer, Babylon & Legends.

Calvin V. Baysinger

Percussion and Vocals

Calvin has filled Upper Midwest dance floors with his straight ahead dance beat for over three decades.

His steady trap work has been featured in bands such as The Restoration Project, Nielsen-White Band, Filthy Rich & the Little Blues Dudes, Stingray, Teen King & the Princes, The Upsetters, and Damn Crazy.

Michael Morden

Bass Guitar and Vocals

Hailing from Michigan, Michael Morden played the Midwest rock and roll bar circuit during its heyday in the 70’s and 80’s, opening concerts for the likes of Iron Butterfly, Black Oak Arkansas, Tommy Bolin, The James Gang, Diamond Rio, and The Diamonds. From the 90’s to the present he has worked with Teen King, The Ron Linder Band, The Raveons, and Legends.

Craig Fawver

Harmonica and Percussion

Craig has been a regular contributor to the Twin Cities music scene for many years. Craig’s love of the blues harp dates back to the 70s, continuing to this day. His sound has been influenced by Paul Butterfield, James Cotton and Sonny Boy Williams.

In the 80s, he earned the name, Lock Jaw Stanley with the local group, Emmigrants. You will find Craig collaborating with musicians all over the Twin Cities, with past partnerships including Immaculate Contraption and August West. Whether it is lending his support or his musical stylings, there is little chance of him slowing down anytime soon.



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