Being a military man, Joel brings a command performance to the Believers show. His past experience as lead vocalist for the US Naval Academy's premiere rock band, "The Electric Brigade", has taken him all over the world. The band is fortunate to have Joel up on the Believers front line.
Joel Lewis - Lead Vocals
joined in 1999
You would think that Aretha Franklin is on stage with the Believers after hearing Kathy sing. Kathy has a strong gospel based music education that shows when she "lets it all hang out" when it comes time to sing. Kathy is also a dog lover, which is good, because the rest of this band is nothing but a pack of dogs.
Kathy Stansbury - Lead Vocals
joined in 1995
Bill works for Verizon and keeps the nation communicating without wires. He also communicates the bottom line for the band on stage. Bill's superb bass playing is most often understated. However Bill has another talent. His knack for quick (and sometimes sick) one-liners keeps the band constantly laughing. (Maybe this is why they won't give him a microphone, ... he would get everyone into too much trouble.)
Bill Adams - Bass
joined in 1987
Randy is the owner and leader of the band as a part of Neilson Enterprises. He is a retired Systems Engineer, church organist, and composes custom music in film and video in his home studio. Both Randy and Joel arrange the majority of the Believers music.
Randy Neilson - Keyboards, Vocals
founded in 1979
Brad is an original member of the band. To his credit, Brad is one of the arrangers for the Believers. This guy has been sliding the trombone for over 28 years now. (And that's a lot of sliding ... his even been known to let that bone-a-fone slide get away from him and go right out on the dance floor.) You would never think the this wild man by night is a software engineer by day. I guess that's why he is the Low Rider... and sings it to boot!
Brad Anderson - Trombone, Vocals
joined in 1983
Rob “Moe” Morrison
Mike Mileski (deceased)
Chuck Klapka (deceased)
The band is eternally grateful to those musicians who served
Carmen Sorrentino (deceased)
Kevin is known as one of Baltimore's finest alto players. Not only does he bring his talents to the believers, he is by far the hippest showman on stage and has mesmerized crowds, thus proclaiming this gentleman as "Sir Smoothness"
Kevin Hughes - Sax
joined in 1999