Band Bios

Ernie White


Guitar, Vocals

Born and bred in New Jersey, Ernie honed his musical skills in the same juke joints as Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi. He first picked up guitar at the age of ten and wasted no time starting a band. By twelve, Ernie was playing and singing in local groups in his home town of Trenton, NJ. Ernie has been signed to Major Labels like Casablanca Records (with Sam The Band) and RCA Records (with Aviator). Ernie has a successful solo career and has become a sought after singer, songwriter, producer and studio musician. He has produced and performed songs for network television, written for artists such as Richie Sambora from Bon Jovi and has sung on a major motion picture release.

Mark Sacco


Drums, Vocals, Guitar

Born and raised in the Trenton, NJ suburb of Hamilton where he currently resides. His grandfather gave him his first drum set when he was 4 years old and he has been entertaining ever since! He started taking formal lessons with longtime Trenton drummer Dick Wilshaw until Dick moved to Florida. He continued studies through high school with jazz artist and composer Frank Golia. Mark also started playing guitar and piano in grade school. He has his Associates Degree in music from Mercer County Community College. He has backed some of the finest artists both nationally and locally. Mark has performed at most of the major venues around the tri-state area like the State Theater in New Brunswick, Patriot’s Theater in Trenton, Count Basie in Red Bank, Bowery Ballroom, The Palladium and BB Kings in New York City.

Lisa Bouchelle


Vocals, Bass, Guitar

Lisa Bouchelle has sung backup for Bruce Springsteen, dueted with Jon Bon Jovi, and done national tours and/or opened for Blues Traveler, Meat Loaf, Bryan Adams, Ted Nugent, Train, Ingrid Michaelson, and many others. Her releases have reached #1 on two indie charts, and #4 on the college charts. Her new release, "Lipstick Tomboy," has received airplay on stations such WXPN in Philadelphia, KSCN in LA, and on Little Steven's Underground Garage on SiriusXM. She has been compared to artists such as Sheryl Crow and Jason Mraz, but what sets her apart is an edge comparable to classic artists such as Tom Petty and Neil Young. Lisa also hosts the TV show "Rock Star Kitchen," the top-rated original content show on The Comcast Network in the mid-Atlantic region, which has featured guests such as Foreigner, Eddie Money, Chubby Checker, and Lita Ford. It airs on Sunday nights at 8 PM and on Tuesdays at 5:30 PM.

Ed Wall


Keyboards, Vocals

A lifelong musician, Ed discovered his love of song as a child and grew a passion for the piano not long after. While still in high school Ed was already on the local music scene, having formed the bands The Noblemen and Nod with childhood friends Jeff Kline and Al Snyder, and later moving on to various cover and original bands including Sweet Freedom, Jazzbo, Melissa and Small Fry. Other high points during his early professional career were as keyboard player in the Sharron Dallas band featuring local guitar legend Bobby Hartnagle, which at the height of its popularity opened for national acts such as Tammy Wynette and Ricky Scaggs.

Frank Clayton


Bass, Vocals, Guitar

Born and raised in the musician capital of the world, Trenton NJ, Frank is a multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter. He started his musical career playing the family Hammond organ at the age of 8. At age 14, after seeing a local battle of the bands, he was inspired to learn how to play guitar. By age 16 he was the guitarist in his first band called Icarus. After high school, Frank played and wrote music in an original/cover band called Dick and the Intros. The band opened for national touring acts like The Ramones, Leslie West and Twisted Sister. During his 25 year career in Law Enforcement Frank continued to play with local bands like Tordeforce, Fat Chance, Clayton/ Anderson, F2 and the Anchovy Brothers. Most recently he has been featured in the Boss Radio AM Gold band.