Biography

8/11/2008
Band Members Tracy Mortimer knows blues, rock, funk and feel good music. As a founder of The Groove Merchants, he continues to be a major player in the Phoenix music scene. After graduating from the Musicians Institute by way of Denver, Colorado, Tracy soon moved to Phoenix and has worked in such popular bands as The Groove Merchants, Chester White and the Soul Pigs, The Lazy Boys, Dark Horse, and Tim and Willy’s All Earl Band. With too many recording sessions to list, Tracy has the vocabulary for R&B music and much, much more.

 Harry McGraw is described as a soulful guitar player/songwriter, with roots and influences ranging from blues, rock, funk, and soul. Throughout the eighties and nineties, Harry played live shows with bands including “Intents”, which was a pop-rock band complete with spandex and big hair, “Romeo Wilde, and “The Traveling Freakshow”. In 1999 Harry joined up with former 80s rocker Pete Loran of the band Trixter and performed several live shows opening for such acts as Eddie Money, Robin Trower, and Dokken, Styx, Kansas, and REO Speedwagon.


 Roy Cameron is the newest member in the band, having recently taken over the drum chair from Randy Walker. Originally from Scotland, he graduated from M.I. London in 1997, moved to the U.S. in 1998, and has been working professionally since. Roy just moved to Phoenix from Orlando, where he worked as a freelance drummer and teacher doing corporate and wedding gigs, theme park gigs, studio

Edited by Buzznets on 4 Jan 2010, 20:45

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