Mack, Sandy

Sandy Mack is an American harmonica player and singer from the Jersey shore. Mack joined the Asbury Park music scene with his first band, The Bank Street Blues Band, in the early '70s where we played the notorious Asbury Park club the Student Prince 5 nights a week one summer. Many of the local legends (Bruce Springsteen, Steven Van Zandt, Southside Johnny, Lance Larson) were frequent guests, as well as shore area guitarist Sonny Kenn, whose band Mack played in for several years. After a break from performing for family obligations, Mack joined up with some Hoboken based musicians, playing Hoboken/NYC scene for several years & where he did his first session work. Later he formed the Treble Brothers band with shore area guitarist John Fernandez. His first music promotion work began with booking an Asbury Park club, O’Shea’s (later The Saint) & running an open jam there and a short time later booking at Jason’s Jazz & Blues club, and also running the open jam there. Around this time he started The Tonemasters with guitarist Ron Rauso and also started the yearly music charity event now known as Harpin’ Help.

Source: Reverb Nation



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