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Who are the SpinOffs?

from left to right:

Kim Megahee - Bass, Keyboards, Vocals

Wayne Johnson - Guitars, Vocals

Phil Davis - Drums and Percussion, Vocals

Rick Dalton - Guitar, Vocals

and a host of utility players

Cover of "Purple Rain"

This cover of Prince's masterpiece features Wayne's soaring guitar soloing ability. 

Cover of "You Wreck Me"

We're big fans of Tom Petty. This song is just plain ol' fun and a big favorite of our audiences. It features Rick on the lead vocal with Kim providing the harmony part.

Cover of "Under the Milky Way"

One of our clients turned us on to this great song by The Church. It's one of the few songs today that features a baritone voice in the lead. Wayne sings lead on this one with harmony part from everyone else.

Cover of "Spooky"

The Classics IV did the first version of this we heard back in the 60s. Since then, The Atlanta Rhythm Section produced an outstanding cover that rocked everyone. Our version is a combination of the two with Phil taking the lead and Rick and Wayne provide the "oooo's".

Cover of "Route 66"

Rev up your Engines!!! Rick found this great song from the Disney movie and our audiences love its Rock and Roll Beat.  Rick sings the lead.

Cover of "634-5789"

This cover of a classic soul song shows the singing ability of The SpinOffs. They frequently use four part harmony in their performances.

Cover of "I Shot The Sheriff"

Rick sings this classic "reggae turned rock" song covered by Eric Clapton. It shows a versatility of style and sound the band is famous for.

"Lonely Night in Georgia"

Phil was surfing YouTube one night and found this fabulous song. It shows off the dynamics the band does so well by ranging from soft to hard rocking. Phil sings lead on it. 

Cover of "Evil Ways"

We create our own version of this classic Woodstock rocker from Santana. Kim sings the lead on it.

Cover of "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying"

Wonderful love song from the 60's by Gerry and the Pacemakers. Kim sings this one with backup from Rick and Wayne.

Cover of "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown"

This awesome song by Jim Croce is fabulous. Rick brought it to us and Phil sings lead with Rick backing him up. This song is guaranteed to get our audiences up and dancing.