WHO ARE WE
MARC CUDDIE - Vocals, saxophone
Being a lover of all things jazz, as a teen Marc dreamed of playing in a group dedicated to the art form. As it turned out his first live vocal experience was in front of a country band. In recent years he became involved in recording live music and working with local musicians. During this time he was invited to join a rock band as lead singer. A year later the idea for Theoretical emerged.
An accomplished multi-instrumentalist, Dave enjoys playing bass on stage most of all. As a member of touring bands Dave has performed in venues from New York to California, and has played in such far off locales as Israel, Haiti, Greece, and Italy. He has written and recorded several albums and the soundtrack for a television documentary.
JIM O'HARA - Drums
Sitting behind his first drum kit as a teenager, Jim has kept the beat for bands all over the Detroit area. He is a versatile, quick study drummer, with an uncanny sense of timing.
FRITZ GROSS - Guitar
One could say he was born to play guitar, since both of Fritz's parents were professional musicians. His mother a vocalist, his father a pianist actually met while working in the Detroit music scene during the 1950's. Fritz got his first guitar at age 13 and has never looked back. He has been involved with several Detroit area bands over the years.
KELLY TRUDELL - Vocals, guitar, percussion
Nashville recording artist, singer songwriter Kelly Trudell's musical journey began in Miami as a vocalist with touring groups. She ultimately made her way to Nashville where she honed her song writing and performing skills. Her strong, soulful vocals round out Theoretical's sound, whether performing background harmony, or lead.
BILL McKENNA - Keyboards, vocals, harmonica Having performed with blues, Celtic, country, R&B, gospel, and contemporary Christian groups, Bill prefers playing rock & roll. He has worked as a studio musician and has been a part of several successful album releases. A multi-instrumentalist, Bill also plays guitar, bass, banjo, and even the Irish flute.