Laura's powerful vocals, alluring stage presence, and energetic spirit make her a captivating front woman for Green Tambourine. Whether she's wailing out a Jefferson Airplane song, shaking her hips to "These Boots Are Made for Walking", or harmonizing sweet backup vocals, you can be sure the crowd is right there dancing and singing along.
John's skill at recreating the nostalgia of great music dates back to his years singing and playing as a frontman with The Rebels. With vocals, instrumentation, and presence, he brings the spirit of the Beatles, Mamas and the Papas, Elvis, and more to life.
Olivia is a multi-talented musician, masterful in a variety of instruments and styles. One moment she croons like one of the Ronettes, and the next, she wails out a solo lightening speed on her mandolin.
Formerly a member of The Rebels, and Everyday People, Tim's energy and skill on drums and backup vocals make him a driving force behind the soul and spirit of Green Tambourine.
Glenn "The Saxman," has been blowing the sax since the early '60's, and has been influenced by such greats as King Curtis and Jr. Walker. Glenn also plays anything you can shake, scrape or hit, and when he sings, you think Roy Orbison is in the house. In the late '90's, Glenn played sax for the Portland Rebels. Glenn has over 30 years of experience teaching music in Portland Public Schools, and he is the only person who can say he was Elliott Smith's band director.
A native to the Pacific NW, Ron has actively played in bands since the age of seventeen, traveled extensively, and was featured on numerous recordings on the independent label Speed of Light. Well versed in many different styles, he remains most passionate about the old standards and golden oldies.