The MOONLITES are looking for two (2) Tenors to sing acappella.
Please cal the phone number listed above…

Mike Paladino

Mike, originally from the NY Metro area and has been singing, writing, arranging doo-wop music since 1958, from the age of 14. A founding member of The Princetones (1958-1960). A founding member of the The Bon-Aires, the first white group to perform live on WWRL-AM, Harlem, NY. Also performing live shows on WINS-AM and WCBS-FM, NY.(1960-1980). Former owner of Mike’s Place, recording studio, New Jersey. 
Produced by Bob Hilliard, (Ruby & the Romantics) Neil Levinson (Denise-Randy & the Rainbows) and Steve Duboff, (the Cowsills-The Rain, The Park & Other Things ), Stan Kraus and Skip Jackson (the Shantons). Laurie/Rust, Catamount and Flamingo recording artist. Has performed in major venues in NY and NJ., Las Vegas as well as major venues in Texas and has shared the same stage with the Teenagers, Jackie Wilson, Johnny Maestro and the Crests, the Flamingos, the Harptones, the Cadillacs, the Dubs, Earl Lewis & the Channels, the Cleftones, the Velours, Rueben and the Jets, Eugene Pitt and the Jive Five, the Paragons, the Jesters, the Fantastics, Jackie and the Starlites, Jimmy Wright, Dino and the Heartspinners, Sparrows Quartet, Lenny Welch, Vito and the Salutations, Manhattan Transfer, the Capris, the Contours, Harvey Fugua and the Moonglows, the Magnifients, the Chaperones as well as background vocals for Barbara Lewis, Jimmy Pipkin (the Galahads), Joe Jones (the Pentagons) to name a few. Performed with studio musicians Trade Martin and Artie Butler.
Now living in the Texas Hill Country, Kerrville, since 1994 and is excited to be performing in the San Antonio area. Founding member of the Moonlites…

Gregory Cox

Bio coming soon!

Carlos Escobedo

Carlos was 9 years old when he found his passion for playing drums. He would sit on the edge of his bed with two makeshift drums sticks, made out of wooden hangers, banging out a beat on his mattress. This was the beginning of Carlos’ musical career. As he got a little older he started playing with area bands. Smokestack, a well known band in the area, was one of the first bands he played with. He would sit in with the band doing vocals and occasionally playing the drums. He finally put together a three piece band called Medusa, where he sang lead vocals and played drums. Carlos was inspired by musicians such as Bonham and Don Brewer from Grand Funk. Carlos has played with numerous bands over the years. He has played with such as Blind Image, Sol Patch, Rock Trip, John Allen, Wes Creech, Cedar Fever, and Rex Foster. Carlos was voted Drummer of the Year in the reader’s choice awards in 2007 and still holds the title today. Carlos has played all types of music, but his favorite is vocal harmony.

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