Marmalade Skies is a tribute to the greatest rock and roll group of all time, The Beatles.
We are a 7-piece band, playing all Beatles music, all night long! A labor of LOVE, the 7 members of Marmalade Skies are all experienced, professional musicians. Most of us have known each other for many, many years, playing together in various bands throughout the ages, but now, here, for the first time ever, we're appearing as MARMALADE SKIES!
$30 in advance, $35 at door
Price includes all applicable taxes.
Bobby Frasier Guitarist, Lead Vocal
A native of Phoenix, Frasier always knew he was destined to play guitar, from his earliest recollections at age 4. At age 6, his grandfather got him an acoustic guitar, complete with the strings a good inch off the fretboard. He pestered his father for 2 years to take
Jodi Drew Frasier was born and raised in New York City, with her very first gig at the famous MAX'S KANSAS CITY with her band du jour known as "STRAY CATS." No, not THOSE Stray Cats, but a band name that pre-dated Brian Setzer's Stray Cats fame.
Keith “The Hardest Working Hair In Show Business” Rosenbaum was born in Bay Village Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, moving out to Phoenix at age 6.
Keith, as were many children of the era, was planted firmly in front of the television set that fateful
I was born in Roswell, NM, moved to Phoenix at the age of 3 and have been a
resident ever since. Inspired by watching the Beatles perform that fateful day in 1964 on the Ed Sullivan Show, (where have I heard this story? - ed.) I began playing guitar shortly
I was born and raised in this valley a little while ago (centuries - ed.) and my first musical recollections of this town was of this C & W bar on 19th avenue and Van Buren called McGoo's. They had country and western bands and boxing every Friday night. Not
Michael Roe, (a.k.a. MICRO) was born in Phoenix, AZ, and grew up surrounded by Gospel music during his early years. Grandson of a Pentecostal minister, he started singing in the choir before age 10. Soon after, he got the fire to become a drummer and taught himself how to
Born in Indiana, but living most of his life in Phoenix, Steve strapped on an accordion at the age of eight and has been making music ever since. In high school, he switched to piano, and began playing keyboards for church services, choirs and touring music groups. He
Timmy Forkes arrived at a quaint little hospital in Akron, Ohio, smack dab in the middle of the Eisenhower era, circa 1955.
He was immediately attracted to the keyboard, and starting “bangin’ out tunes” on a toy piano at age