ABOUT THE BAND
Three groovy girl detectives, one dashing man of mystery, and..... bosley.
Three gorgeous girl detectives (ahem, musicians) are on a mission from the 70s to ROCK you! Introducing Charlie's Angels: The Band, a loving homage to the era - and the classic TV show - that you know and love. With vintage props from the television show, glamorous period costumes, and on-stage banter, this fun and funky show will delight - and never bore - you!
The band's repertoire features classic, dance-worthy hits such as "Carry On My Wayward Son," "Magic Man," "Jungle Boogie," "Fox on the Run," "On the Radio," and other uptempo tunes of the golden 70s and early 80s.
Charlie's Angels: The Band features an impressive A-list of world-class musicians and veteran performers who, collectively, have toured the world and performed for many thousands: Angels Stacey Anne (lead vocals and rhythm guitar) and Jennifer Paro (bass and guitar); Rolly DeVore as "Charlie" on drums; and James Alexander as Bosley (multi-instrumentalist).
Rolly performs in various other high-caliber tribute acts, including "Kenny Metcalf as Elton John," "The Who Generation," "Cheap Tricked" and "PRISS" (the female fronted KISS tribute). Jennifer's various bands (including "PRISS" and "Cheap Tricked" along with Rolly) have performed on the same bill with KISS, Paul Rodgers, Foghat, Jimmy Van Zant, Smashmouth, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The Village People, and Kid Rock, to name a few. Lead singer Stacey Anne most recently performed nationwide as "Madonna" with tribute So Madonna, and is featured in the newly-released film "Rock Camp: The Movie" alongside renowned bass player Tony Franklin (of Whitesnake, The Firm and Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band). And multi-instrumentalist James Alexander, hailing from Tyler, Texas, is a tribute band veteran who's paid homage to bands from Heart and Journey, to Poison and Bon Jovi.
ABOUT THE MUSICIANS
Drummer and lead/ background vocals
ROLLY DEVORE is a multi-instrumentalist who’s been playing drums professionally since the age of 14. During the 1980’s he was performing shows across the country playing bass guitar, doing studio work as a drummer in Los Angeles, and even made a cameo appearance in the Tom Hank’s movie BACHELOR PARTY. During the 1990’s he formed Orange County’s critically acclaimed Rock/Pop band UNDER THE STARRY SKY, where he handled the lead vocal and guitar duties. He’s also performed and played with members of The Who, KISS, Guns & Roses, The GoGo’s, The Alice Cooper Band, Heart, Black Sabbath, and a host of others. NO DOUBT’s Tom Dumont has referred to him as “The Ultimate Musician.”
Rolly is a tribute band veteran. In addition to starring as "Charlie" in Charlie's Angels, Rolly is currently handling drumming duties in "Kenny Metcalf as Elton," "The Who Generation," and "Priss," and fronts and plays guitar in "Cheap Tricked."
Lead vocals, rhythm guitar, and percussion
World-class frontwoman and LA native STACEY ANNE grew up on a steady diet of 70's and early 80's rock and pop, and is thrilled to pay homage to the era as Charlie's Angels’ lead singer.
Stacey Anne has performed with many of LA's top musicians and bands, most recently originating the role of "Madonna" in So Madonna, a tribute to the pop icon's 80’s heyday, with whom she headlined at major venues across the country. She is also featured as "Madonna" in "BBC Sound of 2020" artist Easy Life's new music video for their latest single, Dead Celebrities, released in January 2020.
Other favorite appearances include a run at North Hollywood's historic El Portal Theatre in "A Night at the Catskills," and a guest stint as "Lorraine Baines" with The Flux Capacitors at the NOVO Theater / LA Live (headlining the official Comi-Con LA after party). And look out for Stacey Anne's appearance in the upcoming documentary Rock Camp: The Movie, produced by Academy Award winner Doug Blush (of "20 Feet from Stardom"), in which she'll be sharing the screen with bass player Tony Franklin (The Firm, Whitesnake, Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band).
More info about Stacey Anne: http://www.staceyannemusic.com
BASS and BACKING VOCALS
JENNIFER PARO is an accomplished musician whose talent has taken her literally around the world. She has performed for the U.S. Armed Forces in Japan and the Middle East, toured South America, and all over the U.S., including Hawaii. Her other bands have performed on the same bill with KISS, Paul Rodgers, Foghat, Jimmy Van Zant, Smashmouth, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The Village People, 38 Special, Jodi Watley, Cheap Trick, and Kid Rock, to name a few.
You may have seen Jennifer on the GENE SIMMONS FAMILY JEWELS or STORAGE WARS television shows, playing "Lace Frehley" (the female version of KISS guitarist Ace Frehley) in the female KISS Tribute band, PRISS. KISS members Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley personally picked Jennifer and her band to appear twice on their "KISS KRUISE," as did KID ROCK for his "Chillin' The Most" cruise.
Recently, Jennifer has been playing "Chick Nielsen" (the female version of Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen) in the tribute band CHEAP TRICKED, and the group has also been playing all over the U.S. Cheap Trick guitarist Rick Nielsen has repeatedly "liked" her photos on Instagram!
Born into a musical family in Tyler, Texas, it was a foregone conclusion that multi-instrumentalist JAMES ALEXANDER would pick up his first instrument at the precociously early age of 6. He got his first chance when a friend of his dad's - who had lost an arm in an industrial accident - gifted James his first instrument: A twelve-string guitar that James strung with only six. By 8 years old, James was already playing guitar in church; and by 6th grade, James had moved on to sax, trumpet, baritone horn, and - with the encouragement of a music teacher - piano.
After moving to Los Angeles during high school, James initially dabbled in playing original music until the rise of grunge music prompted James to move on to cover bands (including "80s Rewind," now known as the "Pac Men"). He later put his skills as a multi-instrumentalist to good use in a long list of tribute projects, including Heart tribute "Dog N' Butterfly," Bon Jovi tribute "Wanted," two Journey tributes, Poison tribute "Pick Your Poison," and most recently, Pat Benatar tribute "Best Shot," Eagles tribute "Desperado," and "Charlie's Angels: The Band" (where he plays Bosley). In addition to his various tribute projects, James performs as a one-man band all over Southern California, and has been featured twice in Inland Empire Magazine.
More info about James: http://reverbnation.com/