Dave Bleier

Lead Vocals, Backings Vocals, Hand Percussion

Dave got his first taste of Show Business by lip-syncing to the Backstreet Boys at his school talent quest. He finished a respectable 6th. Dave decided at that moment that he wanted a career in Experience, Project and People management. Which he now has. But when he’s not doing that, he can be found jiving along to the smooth sounds of the Smooth Jive Consultants.

Cara Lee Laing

Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals, Tambourine

Cara enjoys singing, puppies and her new microphone. However she is in the band primarily for her tambourine skills and uncanny ability to fall off the stage at inappropriate moments. While not performing, Cara is a dedicated primary school teacher.

Adam Byatt

Drums, Cymbals, Hitting Things

When not experimenting to see which shaker sounds best and collecting snare drums like shoes, Adam is a high school English teacher, corrupting the youth of tomorrow by teaching them Shakespeare. If not doing either of those he is sitting in a corner writing novels. He is a little concerned the drum chair of Smooth Jive Consultants has a Spinal Tap feel to it.

Dave Morgan

Keyboard, Guitar, Backing Vocals

The Smooth Jive Consultants have high expectations of our band members, in both quality of musicianship and professionalism. When we made the decision to expand our roster to include a keyboard  player, there was only one name that came to mind. Unfortunately he wasn’t available. Enter Dave Morgan.

Stevie Dixon 

Bass Guitar and Hugs

Stevie Dixon is a founding member of SJC and the best bass player in the band. Hands down.

Wait, actually Dave Morgan is also pretty good.

Jeffrey Fisher 

Saxophone, Egg Shaker, Backing Vocals and Hand Claps

Jeffrey plays a mean saxophone. I seriously wouldn’t want to bump into it in a dark alley.

Dave Russell 

Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals

Dave is a founding member of SJC, having played in dozens of bands in his time. Dave works as a professional guitarist and teacher when he’s not rocking out with the band. You can blame him that Stacy’s Mom made it onto the Smooth Jive’s set list.