Welcome to the official site of Blues Hangover "Blues and Classic rock at it finest"
We will be appearing at the following
O'Reilly's Restaurant and Pub 927 Montauk Highway Oakdale NY 11769 On Friday January 27th 2017
Formed in 2009, we are a group of friends from Long Island with a shared passion…we all love to play and sing good old fashion, high-energy rock and roll and blues. Whether it’s at a private party, or at a bar or club, Blues Hangover will help you forget your blues and rock out with their fast paced, good time performance. We play an eclectic selection of music, ranging from country, to rock, to old blues standards. Spend a night with Blues Hangover and have the time of your life.
Ron Scorzelli-Lead Vocals
Rich Whalley-Lead Guitar & Rhthym Guitar
Jim McHale-Bass & Backing Vocal
Jon Agnes-Harmonica, Percussion, & Backing Vocals
Lead vocalist Ron Scorzelli’s ability and range are evident the moment you hear him sing performing both ballads and rockers with equal energy and talent.
Lead Guitarist Rich Whalley is the power supply that drives Blues Hangover. A veteran guitar player with over 30 years experience playing rock, blues, and funk, he has licks that would make world famous players jealous.
Drummer Joe Manfre is a veteran of the Long Island rock scene, having performed with many different Jazz, Blues and Rock bands. He provides a driving rhythm or a flourish of drumming genius, whatever the occasion calls for.
Rob Seiler plays piano morning, noon, and night. With a wide array of songs in his repertoire, Rob is a machine that just keeps going.
The third member of the rhythm section, Bassist Jim McHale provides the foundation for Blues Hangover’s wide range of music.
Jon Agnes, our newest member, brings a new element to the band, providing harp licks extraordinaire to our hard driving blues.
Venues played: Garden City Belmont Festival
O’Reilly’s Pub and Restaurant
Off Key Tiki
The Nutty Irishman
Parrot Bar and Grill
St. Anthony Festival, Bayville
The Ronkonkoma Street Festival
The ACDS Annual Mardi Gras Festival
Most common comment: “Can I hire you guys for a party?”