The Gnarlys generally starts as a minor twitch and can spread rapidly to the mouth and feet. Symptoms include mild contortions followed by yelling, jumping, sweating and excessive excitement. Cyndi Kennedy, Dan Carriere, Ken Hatcher, Buck Newman, Reg Clements and Mark Seely give you The Gnarlys. The audience can’t escape The Gnarlys. Once you catch it, it won’t go away. If you think you might have The Gnarlys tell a friend, in fact, tell all your friends. Its highly contagious. We’ll make sure you are fully infected.
Cyndi is a high energy dynamic front for The Gnarlys enabling the team to expand into the challenging talents of the Janice Joplin, Susan Tedeschi, Melissa Etheridge and Amanda Marshall. Buck expands the Gnarlys sound covering both acoustic and electric guitar. Influences include Eagles, Doobies, Beatles and a few country rock artists. Guitars are Yamaha and Aria Pro, amp is all tube Traynor. Mark adds the harder rock edge, enjoying Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck. Guitars are Kramer and SG Double-neck, amp is tube Line 6 Bogner. Keyboard is M-Audio. Ken is adept at tickling the ivories – piano and synthesizer. Influences include Elton John, Liberace, Steven Harper and Rob Ford. Gear includes Yamaha piano and Roland Synth. Reg handles the lower register of The Gnarlys sound covering rock, funk and blues. Influences are The Beatles, War, James Brown and Tower of Power. Bass is a six string Worwic Corvette Proling. Dan is a highly versatile drummer covering hard rock, R&B, funk and pop. Influences are Graham Lear, Stuart Elliot, Terry Bozio, and Ian Paice. Equipment includes DW drums and Zildjian Cymbals.