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Norm Fraim

Norm, being influenced by both of his parents who sang and played a variety of instruments, began performing very early in life. Relatives from both sides of Norm's family were musical connoisseurs and during his childhood, many evenings were spent singing and entertaining with his family. At age nine Norm started playing the banjo, ukulele and mandolin. Within a year guitar, keyboard and accordion were added to the mix. Norm's first paying job was at age 12 gigging with a band called "Blue Mist". At age 14 he joined "The Young Ones" and began performing at local clam steams. When Norm is not performing he spends his free time cooking, camping, playing horseshoes and hot tubbin'. Through the years Norm has also been a member of “Starburst”, “Golden Tier”, “Classy Trash”, “Glass Mountain” and “Xpectit”. Look for Norm to live up to his nick name "Mr. Fun" while performing with "Harmony Rocks".

Bill Riley

Bill started out rocking with local musicians back in the early 80's at the age of 13 before entering the service. While in the service, he became very active as a session musician in the Pensacola Florida music scene in the early 90's before returning to upstate New York. He anchored the lead guitar position for such bands as "Switch" and "The Backstage Duo". He brought to these bands a unique lead style with plenty of finesse and originality. His leads feature smooth flowing riffs with edgy rhythms that make songs come alive. Bill loves to tear it loose on his honey blond Telecaster. He brings a lot of energy, fun and talent to the unique sound of "Harmony Rocks".

Frank Lafalce

Frank played with the classic rock band "Finder" in the late 80's. In the early 90's, he played in the "Generic blues band", a 9 piece horn band. Throughout the 90's and 2000's, he played in various country bands such as "Two Lane highway", "Bandolero" and "Route 2" and most recently "Carmine Dio and Rolling Thunder". Today he lays down the low end for "Harmony Rocks".

Tony Clementi

Tony As you might imagine, has been banging on objects since before he could walk. While many of his family members, including his mother, brother, aunts, uncles and cousins were, and still are, musically talented; Tony claims that his many failed attempts at playing melodic instruments have helped strengthen his affinity for the simpler arts like cooking and drumming. After spending his life to this point learning and absorbing the artistry of some of the area's most respected musicians, Tony has truly come into his own aggressive, commanding style that adds a thunderous groove to the sound of "Harmony Rocks".

Matt Lafalce

Matt plays guitar and sings with the band. He maybe young but He has been playing guitar for over ten years. He also can play bass, drums, keyboards and many other instruments. Other than making music, He enjoys playing video games and watching sports of all kinds. It all started with Stevie Ray Vaughn, once he heard that blues guitar, he knew what he wanted to do. That’s when he picked up the guitar, and started learning blues licks. Other major contributors to his start in music are The Beatles, Eric Clapton, and Jimi Hendrix. The largest influence however is his musical family. Mainly his father, the current bass player for Harmony Rocks, Frank LaFalce. If it wasn’t for him, he would never have played one note. You’ll probably never see him play the same guitar two shows in a row. With such a collection gathered through the years, he has a hard time choosing. More often then not, you’ll see him play through his trusty Fender hot rod amp though. Never using too many effects, He loves the raw sound and lets the amp and guitar do most of the talking!

Jamie Grignon

When Jamie is not fishing, camping or kayaking, he loves to pick up one of his many guitars from his collection and jam to the likes of Skynyrd, Maroon5 and Aerosmith. He started his career at the Cohoes Music Hall back in the mid-seventies has a lead sound tech for all kinds of different stage productions including “Of Mice and Men” starring Mike Mazurki. He ran sound for the band Golden Tier and worked on the stage crew at SPAC, The Times Union Center and Glens Falls Civic center. Jamie brings the technical expertise required to dial-in the Harmony Rocks sounds to perfection!