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Lisa McCormick as Stevie Nicks

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Lisa McCormick as Stevie Nicks

Lisa McCormick – Stevie Nicks

Lisa McCormick as Stevie Nicks, delivers a pitch perfect, high energy performance with beautiful Victorian costumes and storytelling that is undeniably Stevie. Stevie Nicks had a large catalog of songs that would never make their way into Fleetwood Mac albums because there were three song writers in the group. When Stevie visited Atlantic Records and made her pitch for a record to then-president Doug Morris, she said "So listen, what I'd really like to do is be in the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' band. He says 'No. That's not going to happen. You obviously haven't heard Tom Petty's mantra:......

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Erich Schneider as Tom Petty

Erich Schneider – Tom Petty

Erich Schneider as Tom Petty, transports you back to a real Tom Petty concert with his spot-on vocals and musicianship on guitar and harmonica. Tom Petty first met Stevie Nicks in 1978 and they began to meet regularly and collaborate for four decades. In 1979 Stevie set to work on some rough sketches of new songs with Tom. Among them were “Starshine,” “Outside the Rain,” and an early version of “Gypsy,” written in Tom's basement in 1980 and rehearsed with The Heartbreakers.  Originally written with Stevie in mind, “Insider” became their first duet. Stevie told him, “I can’t take this,......

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Lisa McCormick - Lead Vocals

Lisa McCormick – Lead Vocals

Lisa McCormick, the lead vocalist for Gypsy, is a professional singer/ songwriter based in Los Angeles. She has worked and performed with Jay Davis of Rod Stewart's Band, Mr. Mister and also did a 25 city tour of Japan as a backup vocalist with artist Eikichi Yazawa who has released 19 albums. The tour included an HBO live concert at Budokan and a television special. A BMI songwriter, she has also had songs placed in various feature films and television pilots and worked as a staff vocalist at Chick Corea's studio. As co-founder of Gypsy, she and Yuko Tamura began......

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Yuko Tamura - Keys

Yuko Tamura – Keys

Yuko, co-founder of Gypsy, has performed for many luminary artists, including Gladys Knight (2006 to present),  Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder,  Marylin McCoo & Billy Davis Jr., Chaka Khan, Teena Marie,  James Ingram and Great White US Tour 2002. Today Yuko continues to tour with Gladys Knight all over the world. Yuko came to Los Angeles after she graduated from the conservatory in Japan. She was working with many top 40 acts. She first met Lisa when their daughters were in school together. They shared a common interest in music and became close friends. After Yuko performed at the Super Dome......

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Wil Roberts - Bio

Wil Roberts – Bass & Vocals

Currently based in Los Angeles, Wil has been a professional musician since he was 19.  Originally from the Midwest, he began his career playing bass guitar, singing, and touring in an East coast show and dance band.  Through his early 20's, he played bass and sang lead in resorts and showrooms on the east coast, mid west, southern states and Caribbean. In his late 20’s he moved to the West coast and developed his solo career. He worked extensively as a Las Vegas entertainer, as well as playing public and private venues at world class resorts in the Caribbean, Ireland, Alaska,......

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Richie Garcia- Percussion

Richie Garcia – Percussion

Richie  has conducted more than 450 clinics and remains one of the most in demand educators and clinicians. Garcia has recorded and/or performed with Christopher Cross, Diana Ross, Sting, Phil Collins, Don Henley, Patti LaBelle, and Hiroshima. Richie collaborated with LP to create the popular Gajate Bracket and the Richie Gajate-Garcia Signature Series Congas and Bongos....

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Ty Dennis - Drums

Ty Dennis – Drums

Born the son of an accomplished jazz drummer, there’s no wonder why Ty Dennis is receiving rave reviews. Ty was practically born with a pair of drumsticks in his hands and can’t remember a time in his life when he didn’t play. His early exposures to jazz, rock, and funk influences are major contributors to his unique voice on the drums today. In 2003 Ty was hand picked to fill the drum seat for the departed drumming icon Stewart Copeland with rock and roll legends Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek along with vocalist Ian Astbury (The Cult) in the band The......

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