Dr. Rock played bass with Sacramento's Nighthawks when the band featured Nate Shiner and Johnny "Guitar" Knox. Attracted to the blues power of 60's interpreters such as Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck, and Eric Clapton, the Doctor plugs into that source every time he plays and delivers it with The Stuff.
Dave Lynch has been playing guitar since he was 12. A two time Sammy winner, Dave fronts his own jazz fusion unit, The Dave Lynch Group, and runs the venerable Guitar Workshop on J Street in Sacramento. Dave also loves to rock, and gets down and dirty with The Stuff.
Steve Namle has been a member of the Sacramento music scene since the 70's. An early blues enthusiast, he branched out to other genres, and toured cross country with several bands. After a stint as house drummer at the Palomino Club in N. Hollywood, Steve returned to Sacramento, and gigs from time to time, often with The Stuff. An R&B influenced drummer, his styles include cajun/zydeco, original rock, country and blues.
Michael Gregory has played on hit Country and R&B records, toured with multiple #1 artists, and done session work on TV themes and CDs for regional and national acts. After 20 years in Nashville, he returned to his hometown of Sacramento and loves playing with Dr. Rock & The Stuff.
Angel Reyes has been thrilling audiences around the Bay Area for more than forty years. A recent inductee into the Sacramento Blues Society’s Hall of Fame, Angel captures the essence of what it means to play the guitar.
Lee Buralli has over 40 years experience designing and directing rock lighting. He has worked with countless regional acts and several major artists including Billy Joel. Lee brings his talent and equipment to professionally light Dr. Rock & The Stuff at all venues. Indoors or out, day or night, his show is electric.