Hurricane Breeze is a rock cover band based in Jupiter, Florida. Beyond the high-energy, big sound rock classics, the band also has a number of softer rock, modern country, and current popular tunes with inventive arrangements. It consists of electronic/acoustic drums (depending on the venue), lead guitar, rhythm acoustic/electric guitar, bass, with vocals and harmonies from each member. Hurricane Breeze is self-contained, with a powerful PA and lighting where appropriate.
Fleetwood Mac, Aerosmith, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Heart, Johnny Cash, Stray Cats, Commitments, Beatles, Temptations, Tom Petty, Michael Jackson, Jet, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley, Janice Joplin, Little Big Town, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Chris Stapleton, Pat Benatar, Linda Ronstadt, CCR, Stevie Ray Vaughn, U2, Zach Brown, Wild Cherry, Johnny and June, 4 Non Blondes, Amy Winehouse, Sublime, and more!
Vinnie Curcio can switch over from his Fender bass to singing classic Johnny Cash tunes to keep everyone on their feet and singing along.
Connecticut born Debbie Wallace is a classically trained Mezzo Soprano. She has performed with numerous bands including Salt on the Rim, Loose Ends and Rockslide. Debbie's bright and powerful voice will really energize the crowd.
She currently displays her vocal talents as lead singer for The Whistling Moon Travelers, The Lost Bobs and The Justified Jones Band with whom she has performed at Mar a Lago and many other venues. “I love being part of an ensemble group or duo but I feel equally comfortable performing solo. It’s fun to surprise people with my versatile song selections!”
Pete brings technical precision and creative flair to rock, blues and folk music on both acoustic and electric guitar.
Originally from the Philadelphia suburbs, Pete got his start in garage bands in the early seventies. The rich, often soulful, emerging music scene of that place and time informs his full, layered-sound style. Some of his earliest influences include The Allman Brothers Band, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Motown.
Pete has been playing guitar for over four decades. His creative influences include Eric Clapton, John Mayer, Neil Geraldo, and James Taylor. He also plays bass, and writes and performs his original songs.
He lives in Jupiter, Florida with his wife and has two grown children.
Paul, a native New Yorker, plays acoustic and electronic kits. His unique rock style is a blend of funk, jazz and world music influences. He is equally comfortable on percussion and can add keyboards when needed.
Paul is a retired public school music director currently performing with the Treasure Coast Community Singers, Our Little Secret, and CALLED, his Christian originals project.