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Chris is the bass voice of Lights Out.  He began his musical education at a very young age and holds a degree in music from the University of Delaware.   When not performing, Chris writes music for television under the umbrella of his production company, Wiseguy Entertainment.   He also teaches music to a large age range of aspiring, young musicians.   Chris is proud to be an active, voting member of both the Grammys and the Emmys and enjoys contributing a voice to the ever changing environment of the entertainment industry. 

Ron is proud to be a part of this very talented group of performers. Ron is no stranger to the stage as he grew up performing in high school and college. Ron is a graduate of American Musical and Dramatic Academy and continues to strive to a career on the stage in the future.  Some of Ron’s most memorable roles are, “Chauvelin”, in the “Scarlets Pimpernel”, “Kenickie” in “Grease”, “ Javert” in “Les Miserables”, and “Mr. Bratt” in “How to Succeed in Business” at The Rhino Theatre in Pompton Lakes. He has also been part of multiple cabaret type shows such as Golden Oldies, with hit songs from the  50's, 60's, 70's and 80's also at the Rhino. You might have seen Ron in a few performances with Lights Out’s Tribute to Frankie Valli and Ron is excited to be a part of “The Jersey Beach Boys”.

Rob grew up surrounded by music and a father who is an accomplished concert pianist and vocalist.  Rob began his musical career singing, playing the piano and playing the trumpet, ultimately earning his B.A. in Music with a concentration in Trumpet Performance from the University of Delaware.  Lights Out formed in 1998 singing acapella music anywhere they could. As the Baritone of the group, Rob's vocal stylings were mostly made up of weird harmonies and moving vocal parts that make no sense when you hear them by themselves.  Lights Out has continued to be an integral part in Rob's life to the point of which he feels most comfortable on a stage entertaining.  He enjoys the comic relief role in a Lights Out show and his main objective is to crack up the other guys on stage.  His performances are inspired by some of the greatest who have come before him, like the legendary Frank Sinatra, Jerry Lewis, Carol Burnett, and Dean Martin. When not performing, Rob is an avid sports fan and he stays busy by involving himself in buying and selling Real Estate, and spending time with his family.

Daniel has been in love with music ever since he first picked up a recorder and fumbled through “Hot Cross Buns” in the 3rd grade.  From that point he went on to become an accomplished clarinetist and saxophonist, studying classical clarinet and jazz saxophone at the University of Delaware.  He never considered himself much of a singer until he was forced into the high school choir (which was, at the time, in dire need of male members), and even then it took a far back burner to the more practical classical clarinet pursuits, and the teenaged pipe dream of someday becoming a rock star.  Daniel’s biggest musical influences are probably the 80’s hair band greats like Def Leppard and Bon Jovi; and he did his best to follow their lead in those days, forming his own garage rock band and dabbling in electric guitar and songwriting.  Since then he has added piano to his musical arsenal and amassed a prolific portfolio of original pop/rock compositions.  Once he and his friends formed Lights Out in their freshman year of college, however, it didn’t take long for the foursome’s vocal stylings to take center stage and relegate all other musical pursuits to the category of “back up plan”.  In addition to music, Daniel has a deep appreciation for dance and penchant for acting.  He enjoyed acting in various high school musical productions, and studied a bit of ballroom dance throughout college.  The current incarnation of Lights Out’s production, a fully choreographed stage show of singing and dancing with a sprinkling of comedic acting, is the perfect expression of this stage of Daniel’s own personal musical evolution.


Fun fact:  Before every show, Daniel has a very serious ritual whereby he sequesters himself from the rest of the group, pops on some earbuds, and floods his soul with the sweet sounds of Taylor Swift to get pumped for the impending performance…it hasn’t failed him yet!


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