Originally from Miami, FL,
and co-founder with Ward Camp. After leaving the band
in 1986, he started working as a recording engineer in
NYC at Calliope Studios. He went on to engineer, mix
and produce several Gold, Platinum and Grammy award
winning records over
the next 15 years as well as establish himself as a
songwriter with two separate major music publishing deals. Songs
from the JeepJazz Project have been licensed to
major film and television soundtracks heard all over the
world. Among others, his music has been on
Oprah, CSI: Miami, HBO, the Chappelle Show and Access
1995, he got involved in this new phenomenon, the
Internet, and in between music projects began building websites and exploring
this new world of computer networking. By the year
2000, his web and networking clients were proving
much more profitable than the music business and he never looked back.
Computer consulting has taken him around the world
from Baghdad to Okinawa to Las Vegas.
Currently, he resides in Montclair, NJ with his wife
and two daughters. As an Altiris Authorized
Consultant, he specializes in helping organizations
deploy and customize the Altiris enterprise systems management tools and
implement ITIL asset management best practices.
Shane still makes music from time to time and has a
recording studio and computer networking lab at home.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Producer, engineer, songwriter,
multi-instrumentalist, with over 150 CD projects to
his credit, Marc Moss, owner of Target Studios, is
one of the most respected producers in the
Mid-Atlantic region. Born in Clarksburg, West
Virginia, Marc has always made music his livelihood,
both as a performer and as owner and founder of
Target Studios. From 1980 to 1986, Marc was a
member of Bad Sneakers, a popular Newark area band
that regularly performed up and down the east coast
and released three albums.
He opened Target Studios in 1986 while continuing to
write, record and perform his own music. In
1992, Marc released his own critically acclaimed CD,
Marc Moss and the Art Farm. Stereo Review
called the CD "...intelligent, extremely
well-crafted, and addictively tuneful."
Marc spent the next several years performing solo at
such venues as The Bitter End in New York City, The
Tin Angel in Philadelphia and The Bluebird Cafe in
Nashville. He has also performed at BMI's
Acoustic Round-up in New York City, the Philadelphia
Music Conference and the SXSW Music Conference in
After working together on various solo projects over
the years, Silent Planet artists Steve Black and
David Meredith began writing and recording songs
with Marc in 2001. The result of this
collaboration was a new area band,
Black/Moss/Meredith and their album WORLD OF WONDER.
From the church steeples of Eastern Europe in
"Ring the Bells"to the swamps of
"Blacksnake Road", from the jangly guitar
pop of "Laura Jane" to the pounding pulse
of "Widow's Web", WORLD OF WONDER takes
the listener on a diverse musical journey of the
soul. Visit the BMM Website!
Currently, Marc is performing in a duo with his son,
Maxx. Debuting in December 2004, Marc &
Maxx Moss has performed at the Blue Crab Grill in
Newark, the AIDS Red Ribbon Music Festival in Newark
and the Delaware Music Festival in Dewey Beach. Marc
performs with an aggressive, energetic style.
He is an accomplished guitar player with a
distinctive voice whose music is versatile,
passionate, humorous and full of imagery.
days, Dale is an editor in corporate marketing at Geneva
, an international philanthropic
investment bank based in Wayne, Pa.
was previously senior editor in corporate marketing
, which provides software for the
lifecycle of the world’s infrastructure, spanning
architecture, engineering, construction and
that, Dale spent five years creating, editing and
producing consumer Web content in the field of
behavioral health. He staffed and directed an online
magazine, as well as developed and managed an online
community of chat rooms, forums and message boards.
Earlier, he worked for 12 years as a business
reporter and editor, including a stint at USA Today.
can be reached at Dale@DaleDallabrida.com.
You can catch up with Neal on his website:
Originally from the DC area, and
co-founder with Shane Faber. Ward left the band in
mid 1983 to pursue his dream of owning and operating
a recording studio and independently producing
records. He purchased a local studio and recorded and
produced albums for two local artists, Crabtree
Thompson (a solo act) and the Johnny Neel Band
(Southern Rock featuring Bill Dube, the drummer from
the original Bad Sneakers). Then at Christmas 1983,
he committed suicide. It was a great loss to me
personally and to all those who knew him. He was one
of the most talented musicians I ever met and one of
my best friends. It was truly a tragic waste but life goes on.
Originally from Maine, Bill was the third
member of the original Bad Sneakers lineup in 1979.
He played drums, sang and ran the lights with a
drumstick! A great drummer with a great personality,
he had always wanted to play with Johnny Neel and
unfortunately for Bad Sneakers, he got the
opportunity after about 6 months and took it. He went
on to play with Johnny for several years, including
the album that Ward produced in 1983. Eventually, he
retired from the live music scene and still lives in