Orlin Stoyanov – Vocals / Lead Guitar / Sitar/ Ukulele

Orlin has been playing Beatles songs with various bands since the age of 12, both in Europe and in the United States where he has been residing since the age of 18. He has been a member of several South Florida groups with musical background as diverse as Country and 80’s “Hair Bands”. Orlin is a multi-instrumentalist/vocalist whose childhood dream came true when he became the lead guitarist/vocalist for the Beatlemaniax-USA, portraying the late, great George Harrison.

Orlin is also an accomplished sound engineer/producer. He uses the Gretsch Country Gentleman, Tennessean and Duo Jet models that Harrison used in the early-to-mid 60’s and of course the 12-string Rickenbacker guitar that gave so many groups their sound. Those are also plugged through a Vox amplifier for that authentic early Beatles sound. Orlin also uses an authentic Indian sitar for the performance of “Norwegian Wood”, just as George had on the LP “Rubber Soul”, something none of the other tribute acts in Florida feature. For the later era numbers he utilizes the “Lucy” Gibson Les Paul and Rosewood Fender Telecaster, plus the Jumbo Gibson J-200 acoustic guitar, all known from the Let It Be film.

Ben Wise – Vocals / Guitars / Keyboards / Harmonica / Bass

Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Bennett Wise produced and performed his original songs with his band around New York City in clubs such as CBGB’s, Sidewalk Cafée, and Down Time. Bennett moved to South Florida in 2007 years ago and has been performing both solo and with various local bands.

He also produced and hosted “Songwriters in the Round in Ft. Lauderdale”. Ben’s musical inspiration was the Beatles. Ben is presently portraying John Lennon in the Beatlemaniax-USA. He can be seen playing his Gibson J160 (both the sunburst AND “The Fool” versions!), Rickenbacker 325, and Epiphone Casino, also plugged through a Vox amplifier. He also plays the Fender Bass VI, familiar to the fans from the “Hey Jude” promo film, and the “Let It Be” and “Get Back”  films.

Tom Vincent – Vocals / Bass / Piano / Guitar

Tom Vincent hails from Rochester, NY. He played as a soloist and in various bands, throughout the 1990’s and early 2000’s. One of those bands being a Beatles Tribute. From 2004 – 2013 played on Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruise Lines, first as a bassist, then as a guitarist in a show band. He spent 5 years as a solo performer in the piano bar. Back on land again these last few years, he was playing solo shows and performing with various bands. And last but not least, Tom has recorded five CD’s of original music.

He is a naturally left handed musician who portrays Paul using both the world-famous Höfner 500/1 bass, as well as the Rickenbacker 4001 in “maple-glo” AND “psychedelic 1967” associated with the Beatles’ later period. Tom is using that rare Vox AC100 bass amplifier, just as Paul did. Tom can be seen playing the Epiphone Texan for his performance of “Yesterday”, the exact model Paul played on the Ed Sullivan show.

Ray Kreiner – Vocals / Drums 

Ray hails from the great state of Maryland. Initially playing bass for many years, Ray has also been a sound engineer and producer for other artists as well. Switching to drums inspired by Ringo Starr, he plays the iconic Ludwig Black Oyster Pearl drum kit that has been made so famous by the Beatles’ drummer. Ray has even performed at the well-known Cavern Club in Liverpool several times! He is a collector of vintage Vox amps and Höfner instruments as well.

Ray is featured on several songs, originally recorded by his hero Ringo: “Act Naturally”, “Honey Don’t”, “Yellow Submarine”, and Ringo’s own “Octopus’s Garden”.

Brad Saunders – Keyboards / Guitar / Percussion / Harmonica / Backing Vocals

Brad began his musical journey on the piano at age 8 and is largely self-taught. His musical influences are diverse and include the progressive rock of Genesis, Yes and King Crimson and the pop stylings of Billy Joel, from his native Long Island, New York, and Elton John.

His love of Beatles music began in the mid-1970s when he first heard the strains of “The Night Before” from the soundtrack to the film “Help!” From that point on, he was hooked on the music of the fab four. Brad is our 5th Beatle, taking on the musical roles of George Martin, Billy Preston and Nicky Hopkins, while providing orchestration for many Beatle songs such as Eleanor Rigby, Yesterday, While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Penny Lane and Something.