The Daughter of Arny Bailey, Holly was schooled in the art of music from a young age and has enjoyed performing ever since. She has been a part of bands such as About Face and even written and recorded her own music. When she is not on stage singing anything and everything from show tunes to rock 'n roll, she is home introducing the classics to her son Sam.
Multi-Instrumentalist and lead vocalist, Arny has performed with About Face, The Rockafellers, and Tribute acts Borrowed Time: The Music of Styx, The Grand Delusion and Highway Run (Styx and Journey), and WingsNThings: The Music of Paul McCartney. Arny has now assembled Just One Look's great group of musicians to pay tribute to the leading female vocalist of the 1970s.
Marc has been involved in the Seattle Music Scene for over 20 years, contributing his drumming and talents towards a multitude of local bands including Beyond the Fringe, Max Axle, WingsNThings: The Music of Paul McCartney, and Tony LaStella's Wise Guys. His ability to play a huge variety of drumming styles as well as his vocalist abilities has earned Marc a successful place in the local music industry as one of Seattle's most versatile and talented drummers.
Born in Seattle, Norm played in bands such as Seattle Star and Blue Sky before moving to Colorado where he toured the country in the 80s with different bands. Returning to Washington, Norm was quite active in the Seattle blues circuit. Norm own and operates Mountain Meadows Recording Studio where he produces artists around the world via the Internet.
Martin has been playing bass guitar since his older brother gave him his first one back in grade school. After learning all the current rock classics of the time, he moved on to jazz, country, funk, and pit work for theater. With a well-rounded style-background and a solid groove, he is gaining a reputation as a premiere working bassist in the Seattle area for groups such as Black Velvet 4, Second Hand Newz, Blue Madness, Test Run, and RootSeller, to name a few.
The Piano lessons his parents made him take never went over well with Karl. But as a teenager, he started borrowing his sister's guitar and the fun began. Karl has performed solo on his acoustic guitar, played mandolin in duos and played both acoustic and electric guitar in an assortment of rock, folk, and blues bands. Working with these bands and recording a number of CDs has helped him develop a unique style of playing and singing.
June 2nd, 2015
Tribute Tuesday’s at Amante’s
Address: 131 Front St N,
Issaquah, WA 98027
Reservations Phone:(425) 313-9600
October 11th 2015
10200 Quil Ceda Blvd, Marysville, WA 98271
March 26th 2016
Auburn Avenue Theater
10 Auburn Ave, Auburn, WA 98002