(rhythm guitar, vocals) grew up in Panama City, Florida, and cut his
teeth on Gospel music. His father, a Baptist minister, had Gary and his
brothers performing in churches all across North Florida from the
moment they could shout “Hallelujah!”
In 1971 Gary arrived in Tampa Bay
to start a business. When he took up guitar, his former office was
converted to a rehearsal studio. This is the birth place of the dynamic
Time Bandits sound.
Brad Holcomb (lead vocalist) is
a natural entertainer. Born in Clearwater Florida and spending part of his youth
in Georgia and Alabama, he developed a "good ol' boy with an attitude"
persona that makes him a classic Southern Rocker. Brad has a huge voice with as
much grit as Joe Cocker, but sweet as sorghum on Motown standards or New Country
ballads. A born comedian and storyteller, Brad owns the Time Bandits stage from
the moment he cues up the mic.
|Tim Marshall (keyboard, vocals) adds tonal color to the Time Bandits
music profile through an expansive array of vintage and experimental
sounds. Hailing from the rock ‘n’ roll capital of Cleveland, Ohio, Tim
played his first gig as house organist at a local restaurant at age 13.
His history includes stints with a “surf rat” band in Santa Cruz,
California, and a biker bar band in Canton, Ohio. In 2004 he moved to
Florida, writing music and in 2012 joining the Time Bandits.
(lead guitar) has been playing guitar for more than 30 years. Jeff
recently moved from Atlanta, Georgia to the Clearwater, Florida
area. In his spare time, he likes collaborating online with
other musicians from around the world to compose music.
Influenced by world-class players like Jeff Beck, Robben Ford, Eric
Clapton, and Steve Morse, Jeff is a blues and fusion rocker who lets
his guitar do his talkin’.
|Charles Motta (drums, percussion, vocals)
Originally from Albany, NY Chuck began playing drums at the age of
fifteen. His early influences included Ringo Starr, Joe Morello (Dave
Brubeck Quartet), Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix) and Dino Danelli (Young
Rascals) . Although Chuck's current tastes are anchored in Funk & R
& B he enjoys playing all types of grooves.|
(bass guitar, vocals) Dudley was born in Brooklyn, NY but grew up in
Southern California. He started playing acoustic guitar and bass at 21.
After relocating to Indiana, he was involved in a number of local
recording and performing projects. His band, Bangkok Rooster, released
two Cd's, toured regionally and opened up for such national recording
acts such as Santana, Kansas, Rick Derringer and Robben Ford.