Unlicensed Therapy is an exciting, dynamic, and interactive Classic Rock, 80’s, 90’s, and Today cover band for your marquee events and parties. We’re experienced fun-loving musicians intent on providing you with a rockin’, rollin’, and dancin’ good time!
Forget the trip to the drugstore…
“We’re Your Prescription To Rock!”
Lead Guitar, Vocals
Whether he is on his smokin’ tele’ or his soothing Taylor, Scott, adds a broad range of textures to the group. His vocal range is just as varied and can move from songs such as Toe’s by the Zac Brown Band to the rasping sounds of Glory Days by the Boss. Scott has performed for years with many musical groups in the Sacramento area and coached many aspiring musicians. Did we mention Scott is one really nice guy!
Keyboards, Harmonica, Vocals
Fred is a man of diverse musical talents. Not only does he provide the cool and grooving piano, B3 and synthesizer background you hear, he plays harmonica, bass, ukulele, “more cowbell”, and can serenade you on acoustic guitar with his vast musical library! A gentleman and consummate musician, he’s heavily involved in the use of lasers as ambient stage lighting, and is affectionately known as Gobo-man!
Chris’s drumming and percussion provide the driving beat behind Unlicensed Therapy’s unique and dynamic sound. He was raised on Hollywood Squares and Hee-Haw. If it weren’t for his sister and buddies who gave him The Mighty Led Zep, Pink Floyd, and K-Tel’s The Rock Album, he might never have made the Dean’s list at St. Copious. Chris is into MLS, competitive Table Tennis, flaming mai tais, and grass skirts! Would it be too bold to say Chris Rocks!
Dana Caylor As a lead vocalist on the local music scene for several years, Dana has taken over stages from San Francisco to Tahoe, and even as far as NYC! Her passion for singing and performing shines bright every time she takes the stage. No matter the venue, she will give it her all, every time. Good things do, indeed, come in small packages!
Jeff Grenz Jeff brings the bass to UT. He credits his “mid-life crisis” for his love of playing live music, especially after a multi-decade break for kids and career. His personal playlist may include early Chicago, Abbey Road, Adele, Papa Roach or local bands including his son’s. Jeff is equally able to play all the “classics” – Rock, Jazz, or marches if you happen to have a Sousaphone (marching tuba) handy.