Capshaw Road
Fun rock and roll, played loudly.
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Capshaw Road group member background stories

Stacey Sparkman – Vocals,  bass guitar, guitar, keyboards, drums.

Stacey was raised on a steady diet of 1960’s and 1970’s television. An original member of The Archies, Stacey’s playing hearkens to the days of tie-died trousers and impossibly large afro’s. He once dated Marcia Brady and Laurie Partridge, pretty much at the same time. His ambition is to sing the national anthem from aboard the International Space Station.


John Sparkman – Vocals, guitar, bass guitar, and ukulele.

John is ‘that guy’, the one who nearly entertains at parties by knowing the beginnings of a hundred songs, but forgetting to learn the middle and the endings. His goal of becoming a world-class motocross champion was dashed by the realization that he is neither fast, nor competitive. John is a dachshund rancher in his spare time.


Lisa Oneal – Vocals.

Lisa was raised in Europe in the 1980’s. Nobody knows exactly which country, but she is fluent in German, Finnish, Albanian, and Portuguese. Her English, on the other hand, is not so good. She loves to sing in the shower, and in fact, has built a small studio in there.  (Photos to follow next month.) Her hobbies include painting, ceramics, and collecting small yapper-dogs.

Joe McIntosh - Drums, guitar, bass, vocals.
Joe (J-Mac) is our newest member. He's a fantastic musician and all-around good guy, but as the new guy, we abuse him and make him go fetch us coffee and stuff like that. He shows no sign of resentment, but I fear that there's a hurricane of emotion about to unload into his drum kit. 

We suspect that the source of his secret, dark power is in the yapper-dog that defends his castle and living-room, especially. 

Working it.

Singing it like he stole it.
Playing it.
And yeah...

He stole it.
Singing it.
In a delightfully-quirky manner.
Like Karen Carpenter, only with an edge.

Living the good life, and being all he can be.