What do you get when you combine the influences of The Rolling Stones,
The Eagles, Bruce & The E St., with a little bit of Petty, CCR, and Fleetwood
Mac? Answer: The Adjustables.
Formed two years ago, as an “opportunity of some oldies to get together
On Wednesdays, and play some oldies…”.
Well, through time and lineup changes, the band quickly changed to what
became an undeniable course, and began writing their own material, to the
point where their catalog, is now exclusively, original music.
Featuring Robert Butler (Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards), Mike Kelley (Vocals,
Guitar), Tara Shell (Vocals, Keyboards,Guitar), Peter Ford (Vocals, Bass), Jim Kulic
(Drums) and, Rich Houle (Sax, Harmonica), The Adjustables are quite content
in their cozy studio, working on their craft, but felt the time was right to step
outside their comfort zone, and share the music, performance style.
This band runs the gamut of musical tastes, from the driving rock of
“Rider Of The Rails” or “The Scene”, to the funkiness of “Buddy Guy” and
From ballads of love, “Rocket Ride”, alien abduction, “Crazy California Night”,
And the introspective, “Invisable Ladder”, to the reggae inspired,
“Love, Everywhere”. Versatility, is not an issue.
You can catch a rare public Adjustables performance, twice this season.