Joey Grillo

Joey Grillo singer and multi-instrumentalist has been writing, recording and entertaining audiences for many years from the Sunset Strip to the Vegas Strip. His accomplishments were recognized in Rolling Stone Magazine in the March 1997 issue, as well has various Radio and TV interviews. In 2005 he performed in theatrical, musical “QUAD”, which was produced by Bill Aucoin. Wanting to share his love and passion for the music industry with others, Joey decided to open a full service music facility, “Wall of Sound Studios” in Southern California and Las Vegas. His next venture will be Organic Vinyl records.

Recently, Joey has had a strong presence in Las Vegas performing on fremont Street, a residency at Station Casinos with Rebel Soul, as well as private and corporate events, which include Photoshop and annual convention SEMA. As we step into current times, Rebel Soul is in the studio finishing the album. Joey can be seen performing on stages across the country.
Steve Burchell

Steve Burchell, hails from England, and cut his teeth touring up and down the United Kingdom as a guitarist with multiple acts. Since relocating to the United States, he's toured and performed on albums with L.A. rock band, National Dust, hitting many of the national motorcycle rallies and with Boston rock band, Crash Midnight, all while maintaining regular cover band appearances at the Fremont Street Experience stages in downtown Las Vegas.

Recently, Steve has picked up a string of international touring dates, performing with Bobby Kimball of Toto, Mike Reno of Loverboy and Lou Gramm of Foreigner.
Chris Bishop

Chris Bishop has performed hundreds of shows over his 16 year career as a rock drummer. He has toured the country with bands such as "Thoughts Lost"’ and "Nobody Lives Forever" and has been featured on multiple studio recordings including 3 full length albums. Currently, Chris performs with national acts "Crash Midnight" and "Leona X", as well as drumming for Las Vegas show "Herstory of Rock". Chris is endorsed by Pearl Drums.
Fred Bensi

Fred Bensi began his career as a teen popstar in France, who toured throughout Europe. He has worked his way around the globe as a performer and has now been residing in the United States. Aside from Rebel Soul, Fred Bensi currently can be seen performing with 80s pop sensation, Missing Persons.