• Milo Fuscaldo, Vocals
  • John Peters, Vocals
  • Janice Dempsey, Vocals
  • Michael Dunham, Vocals
  • Janice Dempsey, Vocals
  • Tiffany Wilson, Vocals
  • Tim Currie, Drums
  • Frank Carr, Bass
  • Jerry Mall, Percussion
  • Pete Zaccillo, Keyboard
  • Bob Marston, Keyboard
  • Joe Inciardi, Trumpet
  • Joe Inciardi, Trumpet
  • Ben Mozzoli, Sax

Milo

Milo Fuscaldo, Vocals

Milo has been singing  Motown and R&B in the tri-state area since 1965.  The King James Bible, Blue Feeling, RoadTrip and Sharkey & the Unknowns prior to joining Tim Currie’s Motown Band.  He has opened for Ben E. King, the Blues Magoo’s and Rhinoceros.  He also has been a guest singer for Billy and the Showmen, Roxy Perry and may other bands.

John Peters, Vocals

John-newJon Peters is a seasoned vocalist, playwright and actor who has performed with the Motown Band for many years. He has travelled the world for 15 years as a “Stingray” vocalist for Bowser (formerly of Sha-Na-Na).

This musical veteran has recorded background vocals for various R&B and Gospel Artists as well as made appearances on several nationally and locally televised concerts and telethons. He has written and performed in many plays based out of Philadelphia, PA. One of which, he had the leading role. He has also directed several national convention choirs. Jon also recorded the album “Holding On” with a group called Gabriel Hardeman Delegation back in 1987.

Serving as Minister of Music for several churches over the last 30 years, Jon Peters also known as Reverend Jonathan Peters is currently the Minister of Music at Word Alive Bible Church in Norwalk, Connecticut.

Janice Dempsey, Vocals

Janice
What do Chaka Khan, Freddie Jackson, Smokey Robinson, Daryl Hall, Roberta Flack, Najee, Melba Moore and Jonathan Butler have in Common? Besides each being great artists in their own right, they have also had the privilege to work with Janice Dempsey

With 10 Gold and Platinum albums to her credit, Janice has toured with, performed lead and background vocals, written, arranged and produced for these prestigious artists and many others. This merely begins to exemplify the diversity of JD’s creative abilities, unique talents and broad musical spectrum that she has covered.

As a solo artist, Janice has written and recorded three solo projects for EPIC Records, Geffen Records and JDP Media. JD is currently featured on the new Andre Ward CD, performing a song she co-wrote and produced, entitled “What If” and also appears as a featured vocalist and producer on the brand new debut album by Danny Pickering, entitled “The New Files”.

Tiffany Wilson, Vocals

Tiffany
Tiffany “T’zelle” Wilson was born in the Bronx, New York. Her parents were lovers of the late R&B and Jazz crooners so T’zelle’s household was filled with love and music. Being a Preacher’s granddaughter, T’zelle spent many of her young years in a small baptist church with no other musical instrumentation but the congregation’s voices, hand claps and foot stomps, T’zelle learned to appreciate the sound of raw vocals and developed an ear for beautiful harmonies. She and her siblings would sit around the house banging on tables and making up songs for fun.

T’zelle joins Tim Currie’s Motown Review Band bringing her many years of professional experience in music. She has toured the world with Gospel groups and various recording artists like Tevin Campbell, Leela James, Syleena Johnson and Barbara Tucker, just to name a few. Currently, T’zelle is in the studio writing and recording to complete her first solo project. You can find some of T’zelle’s music on iTunes and also hear songs like “Never” and “Sticking With you” with Rahsaan Langley playing on New Haven’s own radio station, 104.3 WYBC.

Michael Dunham

MichealGeorgia-born and Bridgeport-raised, Michael Dunham has been performing for over 30 years. One of the area’s most versatile and complete vocalists, the 2006 and 2007 Fairfield County Best Soul Singer nominee, and 2008 Best Band winner is a master of the cover with an extensive repertoire that spans, Motown, Jazz, R&B, Funk, Soul, Pop, and Spoken Word.

Michael is “The kind of artist who can cover other artists that we need to hear more of!”, according to Fairfield County Weekly Arts Editor Brita Belli. “An amazing talent” offers Currie bandmate and Grammy-nominated songstress/songwriter, Janice Dempsey. He has performed at Madison Square Garden, B.B. Kings’, the Apollo, the Klein, the Bijou, Mohegan Sun, Foxwoods, and the Harbor Yard complex among others. Currently, Michael is a radio host at WPKN 89.5 FM, and a published journalist and accomplished painter illustrator. He approaches Motown music from a historical standpoint. Two of his biggest vocal influences are Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder.