Amanda has been working in the music industry since live music was a mainstay for clubs and stadiums. She also has had a long career touring and recording for major motion pictures and artists in the studio. Compared to Stevie Nicks, Ann Wilson and Crissie Hynde, she brings three octaves to rock and roll and a Whole Lotta Love!
Scott began playing with local bands since he was a teenager. He has melodic style and a way of making his guitar tell a story.
Music has been a lifetime passion for Scott. He has a music degree from UCLA and enjoys creating and composing contemporary music. Scott also has extensive production knowledge which led to his expertise being used in the development of innovative technology and design of electronic musical instruments and studio hardware.
Scott would say he is a gearhead, "there is something magical about music technology and the inspiration it brings all musicians."
Paul originally hails from the San Francisco Bay Area, where he spent his formative musical years working with various cover bands in popular North and South Bay venues. Moving to Los Angeles in the mid 1980s, Paul joined with a number of veteran musicians, performing, recording and touring with several major label artists for over 15 years. Having played a diversity of musical styles, Paul brings the well-rounded foundation fueling the powerful groove and rhythm of the OFF THE RECORD Band.
35 years ago Jon sat behind his friends drum kit and started playing.
Never stopping, his commitment and endless passion has led to him playing, touring and recording with many local bands and the likes of Peter Case (The Plimsouls), Dave Kalish (Rikki Lee Jones) Chris Chaney (Jane's Addiction, Alanis Morisette), Paul Burkhart (Mojo Medicine Band) to name of few.
"OFF THE RECORD allows me to enjoy playing great music with good friends."
Mark Huhnke has had a lifetime of love for playing the keys. His career as a keyboardist has included many LA cover bands and a music coordinator for television. Additionally, he has leant his expertise to several original bands and studio projects. Of note is "A dirty Martini" in Lee Adams and the Dirty Martinis Combo.
His strong solos, great vocals and electronic expertise adds that spice and punctuation.
Elyse brings a soaring and beautiful addition to the vocals. With years of experience in stage and recording, she brings a style and range that adds that extra something.