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Saturday, Nov 24, 2018
The Jefferson Theater: Doors– 7:00 PM – Show– 8:00 PM
About Groove Train:
Interactive, high energy and always fun! Groove Train loves to perform & it shows! It’s funky, it’s wah wahs, it’s platform shoes but most of all it’s a PARTY. You can’t resist the dance floor when Groove Train takes the stage. They will captivate you with an exciting blend of top 40 music from the days of disco, groovy costumes, outrageous hairstyles, and showmanship.
Reverend Booty Love – Lead Singer
After spending most of his teenage years teaching rich folks how to sing at summer camps in Virginia, “Booty Love” moved to New York and was the best bartender Club “54” ever had. When that shut down he decided to try his hand at leading a super group. So he put together the hottest disco act on the east coast.
Downtown Baby Brown “Dee” – Lead and Backing Vocals
The beautiful but sometimes crazy Downtown Baby Brown grew up in the cold weather northeast. “Dee” studies astronomy in her spare time and before joining the band she worked at a local pizza parlor in her hometown of Mystic, Connecticut. She was accepted on partial scholarship to Yale University but singing, dancing and being on stage is her lifelong passion.
Madison Monroe – Lead and Backing Vocals
“Madison” was a working-class girl who used to live on the wrong side of the tracks with her unemployed father. While working after school at the new-wave music store Hit-Trax and studying voice with a local voice coach she saw and ad for “female singer needed”. She followed up with that ad and is now one of the hottest female singers in the hottest band this side of the Atlantic!
Victor Valentine – Lead and Backing Vocals
Let’s just say Victor was in high demand as an adult entertainer in his heyday. He knew being in front of the camera was exciting and it certainly paid the bills but his love for music finally won over and he began a new career singing with Groove Train. He still has flashbacks of his previous employment at times.
Frankie B. Fly – Drums and Percussion
Born in Detroit, Michigan. Frankie started out his music career singing in the band “Flash” the band had moderate success in its heyday! After leaving Flash he toured with many funk and disco bands until he met Reverend Booty Love at a CD release party and the both have been best friends since.
Titus T – Lead Guitar
Titus T a guitar gunslinger from Encino, California. A man about town, walking softly and blasting the funk to the nation! This guitar hero met “Booty Love” while both were surfing somewhere in Thailand. They hooked up in southern California again about a year after that and they have been touring together ever since.
Rudy Ray “Suds” Randolph – Bass Guitar
Rudy Ray moved with his brother and mother from Baton Rouge, LA to Atlanta, GA right after grade school. While in high school Rudy moved in to help his ailing grandfather and he started working at the local car wash. While working at the car wash and picking up the nickname “Suds” Rudy was introduced to the wonderful world of music. It was there he learned his chops on bass guitar between car waxes and became the hottest bass player this side of the Mississippi.
What they are saying about The GROOVE TRAIN
” THIS IS THE BEST BAND THAT THIS RIVER TOWN HAS EVER SEEN ” – Lou-Ann
Your group ended the Summer Series with a bang! High Energy, exciting performance. I thank you for the great job by Groove Train. I will certainly be in touch. Springettsbury PA
” Alderson has never rocked like those guys rocked it ” – Alan
Guys did a great job – it was what I expected and it was what you promised……tell them Kudos and thanks to you. Greg Nivens President
” We have GOT to get this band back ” – Donna ( 4th of July Committee member )
” WOW ! they went over big! ” ( Tom & Karen ,Entertainment Committee )
” NEVER! has there ever been the dancing like there was this year, my God, people were just a dancin’ everywhere ! ” – Debbie
” I can’t get over just how nice they all are, they were as good tonight as they were in Danville. You have to take me to the Staunton show next weekend ” – Karen
As always we were amazed by the band’s excellent performance. I would like to thank you and the band on behalf of the entire brotherhood. The event would not be the same without Groove Train. – Delta Sigma Phi at UVA