MEET THE BAND
JEROAN ADAMS (Bass) - Jeroan is a producer, musician, artist, recording engineer, and CEO of JITH Entertainment and JITH Productions. He plays several different instruments, including bass, keys, guitar, drums, sax, and sings often.
Jeroan has toured with the band Freeway and has played with national recording artists LTD, New Birth, served as musical director for Chanté Moore, Surface, Blue Magic, and Tony Exum Jr., to name a few.
Jeroan has a vast knowledge of music and the entertainment business. His love for life and music puts phenomenal creativity in all he does.
THOMAS CAPEK (Keyboards) - Tom is an accomplished studio and touring musician and has been a resident composer/producer and mastering engineer at Colorado Sound for over 30 years. He is a credited session keyboardist on hundreds of albums and CDs and has performed at many jazz festivals across the country. He has mastered hundreds of albums for release.
Awards and Contributions: ITVA (International Television and Video Association) Best Music Production Award, Billboard’s Top Classical Chart #11 Darren Curtis Skanson “Classica,” orchestrator for musical theatre productions Heidi and Kitty Hawk: The Wright Brothers (Walden Family Playhouse), six-time performer at prestigious Catalina Island JazzTrax Festival, and composer of The Life and Times of Alan Ginsberg film, CD Baby #1 download.
Selected Client List: Joey Defrancesco, John JR Robinson, Austin Young Band, Dave Larue (Dixie Dreggs) and Van Romaine (Steve Morse Band), Nelson Rangell, Chris Daniels and the Kings, Dotsero, Hazel Miller, Steve Manshel, Lannie Garrett, Mary Louise Lee, Peter Kater, Johnny Day, Jeff Kashiwa, Kim Stone (The Rippingtons), The Samples, Colorado Springs Symphony, National Repertory Orchestra, The Lumineers, and Reggae on the Rox.
ROBERT (BOB) CROFT (Guitar) - is very active in the local music scene performing with several bands, including the Mary Louise Lee Band, The Jerseys, Deja Blu, Forever In Blue Jeans, and others.
He began his musical studies at the University of Northern Colorado and finished his music degree at CU-Denver, where he was also an honorary faculty for a year teaching guitar and directing the pop music ensemble. Bob is also the author of the book, Reading Chops for Guitarists, a guide to single-note melodic reading for guitarists.
Bob spent 24 years as a staff composer/producer for Brown Bag Productions and later at High Definition Music. His work has been heard on TV and radio worldwide between the two positions. He served clients such as CBS, NBC, FOX, HBO, BBC, NFL Films, Star TV Hong Kong, Clear Channel, Sirius XM, and many others.
LAMONT PEOPLES (Drums) - Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, the 10th of 11 children in his household, Lamont performed his first professional gig at age nine. The drum set initially intended for his older brother was quickly taken over by Lamont at the age of seven, where his talent was apparent. By age nine, Lamont played drums for the Voices of Hope choir directed by his uncle Thurston G. Frazier and recording artist Billy Preston on the organ.
Performing live and in the studio with various musicians throughout his early years and high school, the drums were his passion and future. After studying at MIT 1989-1992, Lamont continued on the professional musician path traveling the globe performing with Evelyn “Champagne” King, Norman Brown, Jody Watley, Peter White, Rick Braun, and Chaka Khan, to name a few.
Lamont and his brother Wendell co-own and operate Peoples Productions, a production and promotion company for live music events throughout the California region, promoting artists such as The Whispers, Stokley from Mint Condition, Norman Brown, Gerald Albright, and Raheem DeVaughn.