Scott - lead vocals, eye candy- Scott is a classically trained vocalist. After studying at the University of Chicago's School of Music, and receiving his masters in Vocal Performance and Choral Conducting1, Scott went on to conducting an all-mute choir. A radical move that was bashed by critics and ultimately tarnished Scott's reputation. Downtrodden and desperate, he agreed to front Hard Salami. With a large stage presence and waistline to match, Scott's energy and enthusiasm are infectious. As the eye candy for the band, Scott has attracted a group of female groupies affectionately known as the "Salami Sisters". You will see them upfront and setting the pace at every show.
Kent - vocals, rhythm guitar -Like Scott, Kent is an accomplished musician. A Juilliard graduate with a BM - Bachelor's in Music (not bowel movement) with an emphasis in Classical and Jazz guitar. In 1988 Kent was introduced to Steve Clark fom Def Leppard and toured as a rhythm guitar player on their Hysteria tour in place of Pete Willis.1 After an unfortunate incident with an alligator at an afterparty in Mississippi, Kent decided to leave the tour. After 15 years in hiatus, Kent is back doing what he loves...eating and drinking. Oh, and he plays the guitar again too. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tod – Bass Guitar, Background vocals, sound engineer - Tod is an accomplished guitarist, bass player and drummer. Formal training was from the Oxford School of Music in England. Recipient of The Rolf Schock prize for his accomplishments in composition and music theory.1 As the bass player for Hard Salami, Tod brings a high level of fun and charisma to the band. He also plays barefoot as he has six toes on his left foot making shoes uncomfortable. In addition to his role as the bass player, Tod is also the sound engineer for Hard Salami. His “McGyver” like qualities make him an invaluable addition to the group. He once soldered an instrument cable together with nothing more than a paperclip, a label from a beer bottle, and a booger. (We're not joking here, he really did this).
Nick – drummer1 –Nick plays the drums. He doesn’t talk (technically he is not allowed to talk) so we don’t really know much about him. Scott has a pair of shoes older than Nick, and they smell better too.
1 In case you haven't figured it out, these credentials are completely made up. And in reality, Nick has the most experience and talent in the band. That's why we don't let him talk.
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