This ain't your parents music, well, maybe some is and some isn't depending on when you were born, but that's another story.
Stereo Bounce plays great music for dancing. . . . Yes, those are periods!
21st Century Dance Hits
Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Paramore, Ariana Grande, Iggy Azalea, Usher, Cascada, Kelly Clarkson, Robin Thicke, Carly Rae Jepsen, Rihanna, Daft Punk, Beyonce, Pink, One Republic, Maroon 5, Cee Lo Green, Adele, Jason Derulo, Pitbull, V.I.C., Pharrell, Cupid, and more.
Generation X Dance Hits by
Prince, Deee-Lite, Brooks and Dunn, Brian Setzer, Spice Girls, No Doubt and more.
Rock and Pop Hits by
The B-52's, Michael Jackson, John Cougar, Billy Idol, AC/DC, Def Leppard, Bobby Brown and more.
Rock and Disco Hits by
Donna Summer, Stevie Wonder, The Commodores, The Rolling Stones, Pat Benatar, The Pointer Sisters, Jimmy Buffett, Wild Cherry, Journey and more.
Classic Favorites by
Aretha Franklin, The Beatles, James Brown, Rare Earth, The Spencer Davis Group, Wilson Pickett, The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, Van Morrison and more.
Assuming you don't go to Facebook and find "other" pictures.
These are recordings of Stereo Bounce playing these songs.
Good morning.Some beach, somewhere.
yeah, yeah, yeah.Opening for Aerosmith.
Bill's dancin shoes.Daddy O
Layin it down!Fun
Rosey was born and raised in California. During her undergraduate years at UC Berkeley (GO BEARS!), she fully embraced her musical nerdom, which took her to 6 different countries, and propelled her towards numerous vocalist and arrangement awards. In her free time, Rosey likes to enjoy the things that are most important to her: family, friends and donuts (maybe in that order).Favorite food = Donuts
Jay is a Bay Area native from a musical family, classically trained in trumpet. He has played with many symphonies and currently plays trumpet with the Walnut Creek Concert Band. As a guitarist and singer he toured with three of his four brothers in a the band Blitzkreig and then Dizzy Blonde. He then decided to do something different and learned computer programming. That lead him to a job at George Lucas' Industrial Light and Magic. Jay worked on over 125 movies while at ILM, including Star Wars which he was in. (yeh he was in a huge crowd replicated hundreds of times but....) He went out on his own and started a music school, recording studio and performance venue called "The Mix." He then formed a band called SK2, which John played with periodically, which played 1000's of gigs and did an original CD that did well. With SK2, Jay played with Alice in Chains, Aerosmith, Kiss, Daughtery, Kid Rock and many other great bands. He moved back to the Bay Area last year to work for Dreamworks Animation and is now starting a new animation company focused on mobile apps and simplifying the animation process. Stereo Bounce is the next chapter in Jay's rock n roll circus.Favorite food = Sushi
It all started with a music teacher who needed to add some low end to her third grade orchestra. She picked the tallest kid in the room, who had his big hands wrapped around a cello at the time, and said “Hey! Take a look here, come play this upright bass!” That kid was Benjamin Lee, and once he heard the resonant tones of the largest instrument he had ever seen, he was hooked. Born in Los Angeles, California, Ben grew up in an incredibly diverse soundscape. His musical journey began with classical music. From the Fugue in G minor to the Firebird Suite, from John Williams to Sergei Prokofiev and Aaron Copland, Ben’s school orchestral experience took him to classical competitions in Seattle, Boston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles (including a performance with Mr. Williams at Disney Hall). Alongside his classical repertoire, Ben dove headfirst into an intense jazz education on both upright and electric bass. Studying under bassists Louis Allen, Dave Culwell, John Heard, and Ivan Johnson, Ben learned how versatile the bass could be. Listening to the likes of Ray Brown, John Clayton, Charlie Haden, Ron Carter, Jaco Pastorious, Paul Chambers—and most importantly Charles Mingus—opened his ears. Climbing through the ranks of his school program, he eventually became a faculty member for the Academy of Creative Education and worked for three years with the Academy’s music department. After moving to San Diego in 2008, Ben continued his musical education by pursuing a B.A. in Jazz Performance at the University of California, San Diego. Under the mentorship of one of the most important teachers in Ben’s life—legendary pianist and sax player Kamau Kenyatta—he began composing, arranging, and recording as never before. After graduation, Ben put together an impressive track record that included session work for the Swedish V. Sjoberg New Jazz Ensemble; writing and producing original music for the countless iterations of the Carranza, Carter, & Lee ensemble; the creation of and performance in the 12-piece No Name chamber group; tracking progressive rock band Manifold’s 2013 self-titled release; arranging and recording tracks for the Kellers folk band; arranging music for the San Diego Songwriters House Band; writing, arranging, performing and tracking reggae band Sunny Rude’s 2015 Rudimentary release; performing with and arranging music for Canadian/American roots duo Sister Speak; and continuing his leadership of the TOaG Collective. In addition to having played some of San Diego’s most prestigious venues, Ben has also had the opportunity to perform and record abroad in Buenos Aires, Santiago, and Lima. When he isn't on stage or in the studio, Ben stays busy teaching lessons in the Oakland public school district, as well as working furiously on his own compositions. Always up for new projects, new students, and new opportunities, he wants nothing more than to travel the world in support of musicians who have a message that matters. Having devoted himself to the study of bassists like Lee Sklar, James Jamerson, Edgar Meyer, Charles Mingus, Abraham Laboriel, and Cachao, he is self-described as a player “in search of truth over a groove.” Ben believes wholeheartedly that music has the power to educate, entertain, and empower people in a way that few other things can.Favorite food = Mango
Bill Leach is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area. Living in Hayward and Fremont, Bill's family escaped to Clearlake where he began his art and musical career drawing logo designs and comic books by day and playing the night club circuit at night. Bill attended Clearlake High School and then on to Mendocino College. It was during this time that he became "Our artist friend Mr. Bill" on KTVU Channel 2's children’s show Romper Room. After five years as an "on-camera" artist Bill moved back to the Bay Area to pursue his dream of becoming a visual arts instructor. Bill earned his Master’s Degree in Art Education from San Francisco State University and finally made it into the classroom. It was at this point he joined the LITTLE DADDY band which evolved into JUKEBOX HEROES. Bill is currently the Department Chair of Visual Arts at Deer Valley High School. He also spent seven years teaching evening art courses at Los Medanos College, where he earned a Recording Arts Degree. In 2005 Bill was awarded "BEST EDUCATOR" by Sylvan Learning Center and in 2007 he was doubly honored as Antioch Unified School District's TEACHER OF THE YEAR and the prestigious ARTS RECOGNITION AWARD from the Arts and Culture Commission of Contra Costa County. Bill worked with a variety of cover bands before getting together with five other great musicians that have formed STEREO BOUNCE. The instructor in Bill wants you to know that "stereo bounce" is actually a recording arts term.Favorite food = Skittles and red licorice
This is who we are.
Stereo Bounce was formed by these four exceptional musicians to create live entertainment for you to dance and have a good time.
What our clients are saying.
We had a DJ booked for our wedding and then we heard Stereo Bounce play. What a phenomenal band! We immediately hired them and cancelled the DJ. We couldn't be happier. From the processional to the cocktail reception to the wedding reception itself, they performed flawlessly! Everyone had an amazing time dancing - my only complaint is that we should have had a bigger dance floor :-) Thanks guys! You helped make our wedding day one that we'll never forget.
This band is great! Stereo Bounce had everyone on the dance floor.
At our Summer party we had 2000+ people. The first song they played packed the dance floor. It was insane. We've had many bands but Stereo Bounce really delivered.
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