Green River - Live at Daryl's House
Recorded live at Daryl's House Club Pawling, NY on Sat July 9, 2016
Rick "Noodles" Horvath has been a familiar staple on the East Coast music scene for many years.
A founding member of one of New York's top bands, Sorethumb, Rick became a prominent figure in the Long Island musical community. Although he is known for his guitar playing, Rick is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist who has been sought out by many great bands.
He acted as musical director for Rick Virga & All The King's Men, NY's #1 Elvis Tribute Show which performed on Broadway and has performed with such rock legends as Mick Jones (Foreigner), Jimmy Buffet and Davy Jones. He has opened for such acts as The Romantics, Glenn Tilbrook, Todd Rundgren and Colin Hay and is the leader of the national Touring CCR Tribute Band Green River.
Mike Weber started out playing drums when his father sat him down at a drum set at age 7. From then on, he spent just about every day after school playing to albums like the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and Beach Boys. He continued to perform in school bands as well as local groups.
Through his adult musical career, Mike has toured regionally and nationally, worked as a session musician and played in many original and cover bands. His musical career has afforded him to see many places and meet many fine people. "I would not trade these experiences for anything else and feel very lucky to have this talent" he states.
Mike's musical journey has also led him to build a professional recording studio where he can expand his musical roots to music recording, engineering and production. Mike is married and a proud father of 3 beautiful girls.
Randy Light, the rhythm guitar player for Green River, grew up in the Appalachian hills of southeastern Ohio. Randy learned piano at an early age from his mother who is a jazz musician. Randy has played bluegrass swing, jump jive, roots rock and roll, country, Irish and Americana music.
Randy has warmed up National acts such as Mickey Gilley, Bobby Bare and worked with music professionals who were in CMC Music Factory, The UppIty Blues Women, and Noel Redding.
Randy and Green River founder Rick Horvath Co-wrote a song that was featured in the movie "Jobs", which was the beginning of their collaborative musical team.
Mike Miller was born and raised in northeastern Pennsylvania. He was first inspired to play guitar after seeing his cousin Jack's band play at a firemen's picnic. After badgering his parents into submission, they borrowed an old beat up acoustic guitar from a neighbor and he began taking guitar lessons at a local music store. Showing progress, the beat up acoustic was replaced the next Christmas with a hot red Supro electric guitar. The inevitable first band and first gig happened around age thirteen. Later in his teens Mike began playing bass guitar.
Playing in groups and doing "singles" since the late '60s, Mike has played from Maine to Louisiana and many places in between including NYC. Recently retired from his "day gig", Mike is now fulfilling his lifelong dream of being a full time musician.