GenX is made up of a diverse and very talented group of musicians. This enables the band to perform a wide variety of songs spanning from Rock, Classic or 80’s Rock to Country and even Oldies. Click the member name to read and see photos of each GenX member.
GenX has grown to be, one of the Tri-States premier live bands you will ever come to experience. The band artistically and respectfully performs a wide variety of music that is both professional and suitable for all ages. They perform oldies by artists such as the Righteous Brother’s hit song – Unchained Melody, Runaround Sue and others, to Classic Rock hits from Journey and Loverboy to more current Walk on the Moon’s Greatest Hit – Shut up and Dance. GenX also covers country music titles from Super Star artists like Garth Brooks, Keith Urban, Alabama and many others...
To hear Journey‘s song– Separate Ways right after Keith Urban’s Country Song -Somebody Like You, is not out of the norm for a GenX set.
GenX designs it’s shows to entertain the crowd musically and visually. GenX will keep the crowd engaged all evening long performing one hit right after another. The vocal talents within the GenX band are superbly versatile with harmonies that rival the best in class entertainers locally and at national level.
GenX performs Stadium Rock Band tunes with the same High Energy Characteristics of the original performers. GenX does not Track any Music or Vocals...EVER!
Every Guitar, Keyboard, Percussion, Horn and Bass part, orchestrate into the professional mix of the live Music and Entertainment that the crowd hears.
We invite you to join us at a GenX Show soon !!
(The Origin of GenX)
- Lisa Simpson (Keyboards, Percussion)
- Don Simpson (Guitar & Vocals)
- Steve Robbins (Keyboards, Guitar & Vocals)
- Matt Tellman (Drums & Vocals)
- Paul Soos (Bass & Vocals)
Instead of fronting the band and singing as originally planned, Lisa Simpson became one of GenX‘s keyboard players. However, GenX still wasn’t complete. With the challenges of truly reproducing songs they wanted to perform, Don tracked down Steve Robbins. Steve and Don performed together as teenagers and when Don told Steve about the goals of GenX, he decided to come and check things out. At the very first practice, Steve fired off the beginning the REO Speedwagon song “Roll with the Changes” on Keys, the instant locked in rhythm created by Matt and Paul’s extreme talents helped produce an energy and excitement that everyone knew was going to be a great fit.