Meet the band

Four talented, senior musicians who perform music from the 1950s & 1960s. Relive the great memories of your youth.



Came to Boston from Chicago in 1973 to attend Berklee College of Music, stayed, and has been arranging and performing with numerous bands since then. Played keyboard and arranged for Bobby Hebb (Sunny fame) and also played keyboard for John Lowbridge and Express, Second Society, Top Priority and was the House Band for weddings and Bah Mitzvahs at the Sheraton Framingham Hotel for many years.



Did his first paid gig at age 14. Performed while in high school with Doc Donahue and Jerry Bergonzi. Started his own band, The Continentals, and after high school went to Berklee College of Music, graduating in 1968. Jerry has performed with varied artists, including folk singer Tim Hardin, and opened for Tom Rush while performing with the Hillcrest Trio. Performed for 25 years with Joey “C” and many various musicians including George Zonce, Stan Ellis, Ricky Resnicoff, Bobby Hackett, Don Pendleton. Also performed with famous celebrities, KC Jones, George Carlin, and Angelo Picardi. Recordings: With Leo Scott, “Together Until Forever” and “Losin’”. With Jim Garabedian, “Armenia Sings”. And Eddie Mekjian, “Big Mamoog”. Performs weekly with the Tune Timers Swing Band.



Played in many bands and countless venues in Eastern MA and RI since age 18 yrs. Played the drums and sang in bands that specialized in Rock and Roll, country, traditional jazz, swing and general dance music. Performed with: The Del-Fis, The Moon Beamers, The Tune Timers, The Dixie Diehards, The New New Orleans Jazz Band and Evening in Rome. Also had the honor of performing with Cory Pesaturo, the world champion accordionist on a local cable TV station.



Began studying guitar with Lou Dom Studios. At age 15 he was the lead guitarist for Tony and the Del-Fis and joined forces with station WMEX to perform at Record Hops and colleges all over New England. The band made three recordings: “Flaming Guitar”, “Boston Baby”, and “Going to Miami” which can still be enjoyed on YouTube. During the 1960s they played at many Boston night clubs and were the opening act for: The Beach Boys, Jan & Dean, Freddie Cannon, Brian Hyland, Jimmy Clanton, Gene Pitney, Duane Eddy, Bobby Rydell, Johnny Tillotson, Charlie Rich, and played backup for the Four Seasons and Johnny Thunder.
In 1964 he began two tours in Viet Nam. He created a rock band while assigned in the central highlands in Ankhe. In 1967, after returning from Vietnam, he began appearing as a regular at several local clubs which continued through the late 1990s. Those bands include: The Exceptions, Triple Play, Moon Beamers, Touch of Class, Midnight Magic, and more recently the Tune Timers and Katz and Jammers of RI. His music experience includes American Song Book, Rock, Country, Dixieland, Blues, and Jazz.





Medfield Council on Aging

Medfield Council on Aging

Roberta Lynch R.N., Director

"The Elderly Brothers are an inspiration to all of us. Together these 4 men, one might consider them “seniors”, have come together with their love of music to provide live entertainment with the songs and music that people listen to, dance to and sing to. I highly recommend The Elderly Brothers for your events as they offer programs for the many holidays that we love to celebrate."

Norfolk Council on Aging

Norfolk Council on Aging

Kathleen Sebring, Program Coordinator

"The Elderly Brothers Band have come to the Norfolk Senior Center for 2 fabulous performances in 2022 - a summertime event that had the largest, happiest audience we had seen in years. They also entertained in December to rave reviews. We look forward to having them back in 2023!"

Wrentham Council on Aging

Wrentham Council on Aging

Janet Angelico, Director

“The Elderly Brothers Band is a fun group of gentlemen who have performed at the Wrentham Senior Center. After their first appearance, I had so many requests to have them back that we scheduled them for our December Holiday Party! They did not disappoint! Good musicians, great singers and they play all the songs our seniors love to hear. I think the best part of their performance is the interesting back ground they give on the songs or original singers, it really is fascinating!”

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