Chuck Dale Smith (guitar, vocals)

          Chuck Dale Smith started playing guitar at the age of twelve when he saw The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show. Influenced by his brother’s Buddy Holly records (as were all the English bands!) Chuck was right in the thick of the British Invasion. Having shared the stage with The Byrds, Billy J. Kramer, Carl Perkins, The Box Tops, Sam & Dave, The Surfaris and countless others he brings his experience to life with The GB's - Indeed!!

Henry Heidtmann (bass, vocals)

          A native of Long Island, NY, Henry got hooked on the melodic bassplaying of Paul McCartney and the music of the Fab Four in his bestfriend’s music room across the street. He and his friends put together a Beatles tribute show entitled "The Beatles Come Alive" and played shows at local churches. After playing in several college bands including The Shakes and Faster, Faster and a year in Atlanta with Think Jet, he opened Creative Audio/Turtle Tapes in 1987 with longtime friend/drummerJay Johnson. Henry worked on several projects with former Shakes/Think Jet guitarist Steve Dixon (Reversing Hour) then went on to form Circle of Blue with former Dayroom Monitors guitarist Dave Dixon, Steve Catron and Chris Phillips of Squirrel Nut Zippers fame. Later came long runs with local faves Live Bait and Peter May and The Rough Band. He is currently reunited with Dave Dixon (of Circle of Blue) and Kenny Shore in The Twang Doctors.  Henry has had the privilege to share the stage with such acts as Levon Helm, Paul Revere and The Raiders, Judy Collins, Sam Moss and renowned jazz violinist Randy Sabien. He returns to his first love of playing the music of the 60's with his association with The GB's.

Mike Chamis (guitar, vocals)

         Mike got his start when he formed The Vanguard, a rock quartet that played faithful covers by The Beatles, Stones, Who, Kinks, and Yardbirds along with their original tunes. The Vanguard opened shows for John Entwistle, Mick Taylor, Gregg Allman, Blue Oyster Cult, Rare Earth, Foghat, and Bachman-Turner Overdrive. Mike has also been a popular and skilled guitar teacher to hundreds of students over many years. A strong supporter of local music, art, and entertainment, Mike and his wife have opened several music clubs and is currently in production on a musical. Mike returns to those old musical roots of yesteryear as he jumps aboard with The GB's!

Matt D'Amico (Drums)

          Matt has played in combos all over the east coast- most notably in the fertile Maryland music belt. He joined the GB's to continue his love of great rock n' roll. Matt also slaps the cans with the Twang Doctors, a local Americana/acoustic quartet as he lays the rhythm down with GB's bassist Henry Heidtmann...keepin it in the family!