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Rich Juhn

Salem, OH


Sax virtuoso, Rich Juhn, has been playing  since the 1960's in many successful bands. He was co-founder of "The New Breed," a soul band that opened for many famous acts, "Night Moves" of Cayahoga Falls, "Class of '57" and "GoldieRox." He is accomplished on keyboards, harmonica and vocals as well as sax.

Lori Juhn

Salem, OH


Lori began her career in th 80's with a band called "Windjammer" out of Stubenville, OH. Later she joined the well known Doo-Wop band "The Class of '57" that once opened for the Drifters. In the 90's she was a central figure in the long running band "GoldieRox." In addition to her powerful lead vocals, she is accomplished on keyboards and sax.

Gary Hill

New Castle, PA

Lenny Rock

Butler, PA

Lenny began his musical career in the early 60’s by forming his first band, The Dominions while still in High School. He then played with many Pittsburgh area Jazz & R&B groups and did a short stint with The Pittsburgh Symphony.  He played in a back-up band for Pittsburgh’s WIXZ disk Jockey, Terry Lee,   whose record hops featured guest recording artists each week such as Little Anthony, The Shirelles and The Coasters who preformed at venues like the White Elephant, Night Train and Red Rooster.  Lenny's next preformed with Jackie Taylor of the Skyliners and recorded and toured with Larry O'Brien and Chuck Corby. He became lead vocalist for  New Castle recording artists, The Bellboys, and was  co-founder of The Young Idea. More recently he performed with various artist’s in Florida, California and most finally with Thirsty Babzy in Las Vegas Nevada before returning to Pennsylvania and joining Manhattan.      



The founder of Manhattan is bassist and vocalist, Gary Hill. He's been in the music business since the 60's when he was vocalist and guitar player with "The Graduates." In the 90's he founded "Silhouettes," spent several years in an eight piece Soul band called "Legacy," and enjoyed a brief stint with Youngstown dance band "Hot Item." Convinced that harmony and dance rhythm was the ticket to entertainment, he was instrumental in the format of Manhattan.

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