So you screamed and shouted all night long at your last HOOK gig, Your voice is hoarse and your ears are ringing ... but then you start to think - who are these monsters of rock and where did they come from? Here are the answers
Bill Britton - Lead Vocals and Lead Guitar
Bill took interest in the guitar at the age of ten and hasn't looked back since. He paid his dues through the garage band circuit and eventually joined up with the Stoneage Romeos in '89. The Romeos performed as a successful opening act for the Georgia Satellites, Pat Travers, Steve Earl, The Beat Farmers, The Black Crowes and headlined numerous venues throughout the Bay Area. Let him mesmerize you with his screaming solos and bluesy voice.
Scott Anderson - Vocals and Drums
Scott began his musical journey in the Pacific Northwest playing guitar, piano and drums before he was even a teenager. Playing gigs across the Bay Area, he's the guy always wanting to play just one more at the end of the night. Scott has promoted rock shows including Paul McCartney, Rodger Daltery, the Beach Boys, and the Goo Goo Dolls from Vegas to London. When he plays, your feet will pull you out to the dance floor and keep you there all night long.
Graham Perkins - Vocals and Bass
Graham shakes the earth with his power bass. His thunder drives HOOK's sound like a Mac truck and hIs fancy licks keep it hot and spicey. Listen for Graham's amazing harmonies or lead vocals when he takes the mic. A bay area native, Graham has jammed with bands up and down the peninsula since the 70's. Pounding on "Ol' Yeller" his one and only yellow Fender, you'll feel the beat before you hear it.
Tom Green - Vocals and Rhythm Guitar
Hailing from Portland, Tom grew up in a musical family and caught the bug early on. By age 16, he was already in the rhythm section of the New Oregon Singers. Soon he launched into bands of all genres across country, rock, pop, and choral. Tom toured the world in a power trio that eventually landed him in CA. His style is gritty and hot, giving HOOK its smokin' hot feel. With an affable personality and great sense of humor Tom is also instrumental in building the all-important emotional connection between HOOK and its audience.