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The Livesays

The Livesays are a close nit group of 4 guys who met in High School. Each has a musical history that forms their unique sound.

Memorable pop-rock tunes, soulful vocals and wailing guitars are Billy Livesay's signature. A respected member of the music community, Billy has also toured as guitarist and lead vocalist for E Streeter Clarence Clemons' band Temple of Soul, releasing 2 CD's titled, "Live In Asbury Park, Volume 1" and "Live in Asbury Park, Volume 2" which features Bruce Springsteen.

Drummer Eddie Zyne is a bundle of pounding raw energy . Eddie's drumming skills have taken him on tours with Hall and Oates, Desmond Child and Rouge, the Monkees, Rick Derringer, Foghat, Todd Rundgren and now The Livesays.   When asked about his influences, he doesn't hesitate to say "Ringo and the Beatles."  Vi

Victor "Cuqui" Berrios grew up in New York City. His love of music began in the 60's as he listened to everything from Do-Wop and Motown to the sounds of the British invasion. The first instrument Cuqui learned to play was the saxophone. In his teens, he picked up the guitar and after moving to south florida he began to play the piano. 
Cuqui brings a touch of the city to The Livesays with his Hammond B3 and soulful vocal sound.

Jorge Laplume was born in Havana, Cuba and raised in south florida. From the early age of 9 Jorge, immersed himself in american top 40 and then by age 12 and learning to play the guitar he was totally hypnotized by the sounds of the british invasion. With his latin upbringing and a steady diet of the rock groups The Who and Free,  Jorge, brings to The Livesays a bass sound that is fresh and thunderous.

Tim Murphy who played piano on "Rose Colored Glasses", "Faith, Hope and Love" and 2 songs on "Hold On... Life Is Calling" started playing the bass guitar at age 14 after seeing The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Tim dropped the bass and became a lead singer with a variety of up and coming local bands from Miami. At the age of 24 he fell in love with the piano after hearing Elton John and hasn't looked back. He is in demand and playing with several groups,