Frank Garcia  - Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals    Bio

Starting at age 9, Frank began taking guitar lessons from a local TV and Orchestra guitar phenom James J. Hackman who taught in his home in Irvington Md..

While studying at St. William of York School, he arranged a "Folk Mass" group and played for Sunday church, weddings, 1st communions and many chuerch and school activities. In Fact later to release his solo CD recording "Garcia" at St Williams in 2006.

Performing his first professional appearence at age 17 at the Breezewood Inn with his trio band Desert Sky. In High School, teamed with close friends to raise Desert Sky to a 7 piece act to perform at the Baltimore City Fair in the first year of action.


In college a founding member of Holden Out playing Mid-Atlantic venues and award winning recordings.


A few years with the Lost Hombres was cool for the Blues and driving Rock, until his union with Sharon set a course of a much higher bar.


McFadden/Garcia Trio performed 3 part harmonies like nobodies buisiness and gigs flowed in.


Together they formed The Satin Rhythm Band and successfully performed as a Wedding/Concert/Corporate Party Band for 15 years playing
 Rock, Pop, Jazz, Country and Standards,  in a variety/dance/wedding band,   

Diversifying with The Rhythmcats led to opening for the likes of Dwight Yoakum and Doug Stone at Sailwinds in Salisbury MD to sold out arenas. .

Its time for Beyond the Groove !.

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Greg Fenlon  -    Drums / Vocals  Bio

Starting out at age 6, while i
At around age 12, he picked


A few years later in High School, a close friend and fellow musician approached him abrit”.

Disco, Rock, Pop, Standards, Country, Polkas were all required study for playing in a variety/dance/wedding band, and that has proven to have been  a great way to learn a wid

Over the years.

 drums and percussion but holding down the beat

Sharon Garcia -    Vocals     Bio

Starting out at age 7, Singing to a hairbrush

it was music that will move her to hieghts of entertainment and excitement


At around age 12, She performed in chorus and choir


A few years later in High School,the Rock and Roll revivial set the world on fire!

Disco, Rock, Pop, Standards, Country, Polkas were all required study for playing in a variety/dance/wedding band, and that has proven to have been  a great way to learn a wid


Now as an experience front singer, Sharon captivates audiences at every show!




STEVE GRIFFIN’ JR.   SAX/KEYBOARDS    BIO 


I Joined my first band when I was 15 (I won’t tell you the year). The Hypnotics was a local CYO/teen center band in Baltimore Co. That group went through various changes and eventually became Frank Caldwell and the Monumentals, also playing mostly teen centers, CYO’s and private parties, with a few club gigs thrown in for good measure.

I managed to keep playing with different groups off and on in high school, Stonebery Blue for one. I even joined a big band, Richard Flutie and His Orchestra. And yeah, his son went on to become an amazing NFL quarterback. He would bring his toy cars and trucks with him at our rehearsals and play on the floor in front of the band. Rich eventually moved to Florida after we disbanded.

After coming back from the service I managed to hook up with my first full time professional group, Good & Plenty. Unfortunately, we had an all too short run and went our separate ways after only a couple of years together. Many of those folks went on to do some great things. From there different local groups: American Star Band, Dryed Ice with Carey Ziegler and Buzz Conway , Tommy Van and The Professionals. From the Professionals The Good, The Bad and The Ugly was born. A fun and extremely versatile trio that had a long, great run playing local clubs and also doing some road work. Towards the end of GBU family came along and it was time to get a “real” job, so I decided to retire from the music scene in order to take care of the family. An after about a 15 year hiatus from music I chose to pick up the horn once more, and at the urging of an old, dear friend, Greg Fenlon, got myself back into the biz again. Since coming back I’ve been in a few groups, Hip Pocket, The Deviations, a short fill in with the Fabulous Hubcaps, currently Funktionality, The Magnetics and of course, Beyond The Groove.