|Matty sings like an old
Louisiana blues musician who just stubbed his toe. He owns 2 cats, a
collection of whiskey corks, and a stock 2002 ford focus (but he don't
let that go to his head). In his spare time he enjoys humorously photoshopping ridiculous things,
doing awful Christopher Walken impressions, and going into complete financial
ruin from his crippling music gear addiction. It is rumored that both
the characters of Cheech & Chong were inspired by his life.||Mark
hunting mushrooms, and sampling damn fine cheeses from around the world.
Mark is excellent at erections. He can build almost anything from wood,
fire, and other earthly elements. He constructed our band cave from
nothing but a 12 pack of corona, a sequoia tree, a child's toy hammer,
and several of his beard hairs which he used like #10 nails. His sweat
is flammable and 80 proof, and he holds seventeen world records. They
aren't his, but he stole them and likes to hold them up on stage. |
has a penchant for
fine bourbons. He is the proud owner of 2 possibly 3 cats, a badass
motorcycle, and some seriously wicked cool vintage keyboards. In his
spare time he enjoys basketball, console based gaming, and making
delicious soups. He's fluent in 69 languages including several versions
of 'Californian' and he already saved the wales. We're pretty sure at
one time, he also bedded Barbara Streisand and beat Ted Nugent at arm
wrestling...in the same night. |
Brian is the only experienced, vetted, and well known musician in the band. He enjoys cigars from every continent, owns ridiculously expensive music gear, and an ever growing collection of hats that would make the the Queen of England jealous.
He drives a sexy mini van with tinted windows which blasts fine jazz
from its speakers. He joined up with The Legendary Goodtimes after we
mercilessly begged him to. Like an ex girlfriend who won't take no for an answer, eventually we blackmailed him into the band! Brian has exceptional upper body strength due to the weight of his saxophones. Do not wrestle him under any circumstances. Seriously...don't.
plays Agile AL model guitars with humbucking pickups, and runs them through
his pedalboard which contains a Kinnatone modded TS-9 Tube Screamer, a
custom Kinnatone Klon style boost and Budwah wah pedals as well as a TC tuner. These all run through a Line 6 wireless system
into a vintage 1964 Custom Fender Super amp with a single 15" speaker.
Matt uses GHS Boomer string 10-46 gauge and performs with Clayton picks,
customized for The Legendary Goodtimes. Matty prefers Sennheiser e935
vocal mics for his dynamic vocal tones.
When Matty plays bass he uses David's bass setup and amp.
plays a lightly midded Ibanez SR505 5-string bass. His backup bass is a
Squier Vintage Modified Jazz V. David uses D'Addario Chrome flatwound
bass strings. His main bass amp is an Acoustic B200: a 200 watt, 1x15
solid state combo. For bass pedals, David has a Behringer
Limiter/Expander and a Boss tuner, which run into a Line6 wireless
David plays a Schecter C-1 Elite guitar, lightly modded, and his backup
guitar is a Squier Affinity Telecaster. David Ernie Ball Super Slinky
guitar strings on his Schecter, and D'Addario guitar strings on his
Tele. His lap steel guitar is a heavily modded SX with Chromes
flatwounds. On his pedalboard, David uses a Tube Screamer, a Boss GE7
equalizer, a Boss digital delay/reverb, and a Korg Pitch Black tuner. He
plays exclusively Clayton picks, customized for The Legendary
David's vocal mic is a Shure Beta SM57.
When Matty, David, and Brian Switch Intruments...
David, Brian, and Matty share a bass amp when playing live.
Mark plays Pearl Export series drums, Pork-Pie snares, and prefers Vic Firth 5b drumsticks
Brian plays a tenor sax and a baritone sax, and performs on the same bass Dave and Matty do.