UPCOMING LOCO SHOWS 2019
SATURDAY JUNE 22 - PRIVATE PARTY
(Don't forget... Locomotive Breath is available for YOUR private party, too! Contact us for details and availability!)
FRIDAY AUGUST 2 - MICHAEL'S ON MAIN, SOQUEL
NEW VIDEO! LIVE IN THE KSCO RADIO STUDIO, OFF THE LIP SHOW - JANUARY 29, 2019
Thick as a Brick
Living in the Past
Cry Me a Song
Misty Mountain Hop
Your Time is Gonna Come
What Is and What Should Never Be
Stairway to Heaven
Good Times Bad Times
Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’
It’s Only Rock n’ Roll
Behind Blue Eyes
Have a Cigar
Great Gig in the Sky
Wish You Were Here
Break on Through
Love Me Two Times
Love Her Madly
People Are Strange
Sunshine of Your Love
Outside Woman Blues
ABOUT THE BAND
A tribute to an era, 1967-1976, LOCOMOTIVE BREATH is a classic rock band covering seven of the greatest iconic rock bands of that era: Jethro Tull, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, Cream, The Who and The Doors.
Daniel Vee Lewis – bass, keyboards
Daniel Vee Lewis has played and recorded with countless Santa Cruz artists for over 35 years. Through the eighties and nineties Daniel played with world beat pioneers Special Fun and with MCA recording artist World Entertainment War. He has also played bass with The Jive Hounds, and cofounded Dreambeach with Pipa Piñon.
While with World Entertainment War, Bill Graham said of Daniel, "You've got that Animal JuJu thing when you play", then signed the band to a recording and performing contract with Bill Graham Productions and MCA Records. And today, the "Animal JuJu thing" is what brought Daniel to envisioning and creating Locomotive Breath.
Ryder Webb – lead vocals
Ryder has been performing as a lead singer with several rock bands including Alchemy Brothers, The Brightest Fire & Radiant Wan since 1991.
He has built more than 50 Marimbas. Ryder studied music in sub-Saharan Africa and has toured with Kuzanga, Sadza & Singing Wood Marimba Ensembles.
Del Smith Penny – acoustic and electric rhythm guitar
Del plays electric and acoustic guitar, bass, sings, and writes original material. In Humboldt, California, Del operated a recording studio where he recorded his own bands as well as many local artists, including the Camo Cowboys. He played bass for 13 years in Black Sand, an all-original rock band, which produced 2 albums before disbanding. He played bass and guitar for 2 years in the Bishop Mayfield Band, Humboldt's premiere funk band. He regularly played in dozens of weekend pickup bands.
After returning to the Santa Cruz mountains, Del played guitar and fronted Doc Roc & the Disorderlies, and played bass for conscious pop songstress extraordinaire Karie Hillery.
Ted Rollin Welty – lead guitar, vocals
Born in Santa Cruz, California, Ted is a guitarist singer/songwriter and is best known as cofounder of 1990s alternative rock band Iguana Jive, founded while attending college at Cal-State Chico. After graduating college in 1994, the group was signed by an independent record label Maddog Records and went on to record their first album at A&M studios. A second album was recorded and released in 1997.
Currently, Ted is a member of Santa Cruz alt-rock band "Spun", Progressive blues band "The Koz", and 70s rock band "Locomotive Breath".
Terrel Eaton – flute, sax, keyboards
Originally from New York, Terrel has toured and recorded with Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Bonnie Raitt, and Harvey Brooks' Fabulous Rhinestones.
After relocating to Northern California, played with the Cool Jerks, Mike Hadley, and Full Swing.
Currently performing with Locomotive Breath, Broken English and Soul Doubt, Terrel has taught music at Aptos High, Watsonville High, and Cabrillo College
Rob Ouse – drums, vocals
Rob is a multi-instrumentalist and musical chameleon. He fronts the band Killing Gilligan as a bass player and lead vocalist. With Locomotive Breath, Rob rocks it hard and steady on drums and backing vocals.