We are Southern Oregons Premiere Dance Band that puts the Rock in your Roll ~ the Funk in your Soul ~ with a little bit of country...


Jenn Lucas


Jenn Lucas was born in California but raised in Klamath Falls, Oregon where she comes from a long line of musical talent. 


She started her singing career in high school where she was the star vocalist with many solo performances in her school choir.  After that she took a break to have a family, but shortly after the kids starting fending for themselves the love of music pulled her back in.


She started doing studio recordings and live performances starting with The Linkville Express. 


Now she finds herself very happy being one of the lead vocalists and founding members of The Nephilim Band.


Many people have referred to her voice as being sultry and sounding like Stevie Nicks who is one of the many Artists that she is inspired by along with Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, and Alanis Morissette.



Myron  started playing bass in 1977 after going to a Bootsy Collins Rubber Band concert and watching Bootsy Collins play his "star shaped" bass. From that day on, the bass was his instrument. 


During high school years in Louisville Kentucky, he was always involved in entertainment from being the DJ at the high school parties to entertaining them as a ventriloquist which he learned from a correspondence course.


After graduating in 1978, Myron left Louisville with a band named Sight and Sound and headed to Florida where they played up and down the coast.  Doc Holiday picked him up to play the bass for his band The Soul Survivors, which had a hit in the ‘60’s called “Expressway to your Heart.” After Doc Holiday, Myron started touring with the Tiny Tim Show. He also was working the hotel circuit with various bands.


After seeing the movie "Purple Rain", Myron moved to Minneapolis to check out the scene.  He shortly joined a band called The Tactics and opened for many artists such as Tony Terry and Freddy Jackson.


Myron’s next adventure landed him in Montana where he joined a band called Out on Bail and played at "One Eyed Jacks" for the Sturgis Biker Rally two years in a row.


In Montana Myron met a good friend that brought him to Klamath Falls to start up his own band, Nephilim.

Myron Hale

Steve Ayola


Steve is involved in many aspects in the band to include vocals, lead guitar, keyboards, and sound.

Our drummer! No bio yet :(

D.J. Linney