Open Arms Journey
Layla Eric Clapton
Sweet home Alabama Lynard Skynard
Monster Ric Page
Mustang Sally Buddy Guy
Reality Ric Page
Play that funky music Wild Cherry
Highway star Deep Purple
Rat bat blue Deep Purple
Beer drinkers & hell raisers ZZ Top
I'm yours Jason Mraz
Old time rock and roll Bob Segar
Into the sun Grand Funk
Sunshine of your love Cream
Get ready Rare Earth
Outside lookin' in Grand Funk
The one I love REM
I won't back down Tom Petty
What I like about you Romantics
Dream police Cheap Trick
The flame Cheap Trick
Fire Jimi Hendrix
Then Changes Jimi Hendrix
Keep your hands to yourself Georgia Satellites
Addicted to love Robert Palmer
Bad case of loving you Robert Palmer
Talk to you later Tubes
Here without you Three Doors Down
Summer of 69 Bryan Adams
Somebody like you Bryan Adams
Return Ric Page
And much.. much more......!
R P J
Ric Page, Pete Tudisco and John Hart: Three guys that have seen and played it all. Collectively, they join forces to create a power trio for the new millennium.
As a lead singer, guitarist and song writer, Ric toured the US and Canada during the seventies and eighties with Icy Sun, Newman’s Fable, Stretch, Shaker Park, Matrix, Striker, Natural High, and Gangbusters. Coming off the road in the mid eighties, Ric concentrated on broadening his musical horizons with eclectic musical genres. All influencing original songs he’s written. With rock and roll being the primary influence, Ric has returned to his roots with R P J mixing it up with classic rock and original tunes sure to please music lovers. Got to Rock On!
Influenced by the rock explosion of the late 60's and early 70's, Peter found his way to the bass guitar and into several bands shortly thereafter. Providing the bottom for bands like Force, Flex, Mirage, and Gangbusters to name a few, the love for live music grew more intense. A recording session in the famed Longview Farm Studios in MA.(J.Giels, Pat Methany etc.) was a highlight of the earlier years. Listening to bass players from Jaco to John Paul Jones and everything in between has shaped his playing style to what it is today. Still rockin as hard as ever with his good friends Ric and John in RPJ has Peter smiling like a 20 year old! Keep Rockin!
Over the years having toured the East coast as the drummer for bands such as Katfish, Speed Limit, Katahdin, opening for such acts as Marshall Tucker, Charlie Daniels, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Joe Perry Project, Brian Setzer and the like, and playing on a Billboard charted hit single, John knows first hand the power that laying down a phat groove has on people. As the drummer for the classic rock power trio R P J, he takes this seriously.
R P J - Classic rock..the way you remember it!
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