Hurricane Annie

Lead Vocals

Ann Miceli Teed is an interpretive, soulful singer, songwriter and guitarist who slides through a variety of genres with ease. Her distinctive bluesy, powerhouse voice accompanies her comedic stage presence. Ann is the recipient of a National Parents Choice Award for her musical album: The Shooting Star Express: A Journey to the Land of Imagination, produced by Gus Mancini.

Ann has collaborated with and played at many notable venues including the American Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center Institute, Bethel Center for the Arts, Singer Songwriter Festival of Cape May, Emelin Theater, Bardavon 1869 Opera House, Albany Tulip Festival, Columbia University, Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts, and hundreds more festivals, community events, and music venues.

Currently, Ann is recording a new album with John Chocianowski at Mind Magic Production Group in collaboration with regional songwriters and musicians.

Hurricane Annie

Lead Vocals

Ann Miceli Teed is an interpretive, soulful singer, songwriter and guitarist who slides through a variety of genres with ease. Her distinctive bluesy, powerhouse voice accompanies her comedic stage presence. Ann is the recipient of a National Parents Choice Award for her musical album: The Shooting Star Express: A Journey to the Land of Imagination, produced by Gus Mancini.

Ann has collaborated with and played at many notable venues including the American Museum of Natural History, Lincoln Center Institute, Bethel Center for the Arts, Singer Songwriter Festival of Cape May, Emelin Theater, Bardavon 1869 Opera House, Albany Tulip Festival, Columbia University, Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Mid Atlantic Center for the Arts, and hundreds more festivals, community events, and music venues.

Currently, Ann is recording a new album with John Chocianowski at Mind Magic Production Group in collaboration with regional songwriters and musicians.

Larry Hamburg

Guitar / Vocals

Doctor Larry, as he is known around the community, has his roots solidly in the classic Southern Rock genre (the Allman Brothers, in particular), though he is also well-versed in somewhat more contemporary music performing songs recorded by bands like Dave Mathews, Ben Harper, and Chris Stapleton. His interest in the electric guitar began around 1969, when he saw Led Zeppelin and Jimmy Page for the first time. He has been playing in rock bands since. Larry’s bands have always donated any proceeds to various charitable organizations, most recently becoming vehicles through which to spread awareness of oral cancer after being personally diagnosed with stage 4 in 2007. He then formed the OrCA Blues Band (and renamed the band in 2022, simply The OrCA Band, because they play so much more than just the blues). The OrCA Band and OrCoustic (the acoustic version of TOB) have played throughout the Mid-Hudson area, to spread awareness of this terrible disease, ever since.

Larry Hamburg

Guitar / Vocals

Doctor Larry, as he is known around the community, has his roots solidly in the classic Southern Rock genre (the Allman Brothers, in particular), though he is also well-versed in somewhat more contemporary music performing songs recorded by bands like Dave Mathews, Ben Harper, and Chris Stapleton. His interest in the electric guitar began around 1969, when he saw Led Zeppelin and Jimmy Page for the first time. He has been playing in rock bands since. Larry’s bands have always donated any proceeds to various charitable organizations, most recently becoming vehicles through which to spread awareness of oral cancer after being personally diagnosed with stage 4 in 2007. He then formed the OrCA Blues Band (and renamed the band in 2022, simply The OrCA Band, because they play so much more than just the blues). The OrCA Band and OrCoustic (the acoustic version of TOB) have played throughout the Mid-Hudson area, to spread awareness of this terrible disease, ever since.

Tommy Sochor

Drums / Vocals

Tommy Sochor is the dynamic drummer for The OrCA Band, a high-energy rock group hailing from the Hudson Valley. With a natural talent for percussion, Tommy has been captivating audiences with his powerful drumming style since he joined his older brother’s band back in high school in the Bronx. He has a deep passion for music and a relentless dedication to perfecting his craft, which has helped him become one of the most sought-after drummers in the local music scene.

Tommy Sochor

Drums / Vocals

Tommy Sochor is the dynamic drummer for The OrCA Band, a high-energy rock group hailing from the Hudson Valley. With a natural talent for percussion, Tommy has been captivating audiences with his powerful drumming style since he joined his older brother’s band back in high school in the Bronx. He has a deep passion for music and a relentless dedication to perfecting his craft, which has helped him become one of the most sought-after drummers in the local music scene.

Doug Hart

Percussion / Vocals

Doug Hart is a skilled percussionist and a valued member of “The OrCA Band,” a group that uses their music to raise awareness and support oral cancer patients. Doug’s dynamic and expressive style on percussion adds energy and depth to the band’s sound, and his passion for music is contagious. In addition to his working with “The OrCA Band,” Doug is also an excellent back up vocalist and Dr. Larry always appreciates his gentle harmonies, as well as his renowned smile. Outside of music, Doug is a part time perfusionist, an avid hunter and fisherman, and enjoys spending time with his chocolate lab, Tess. He is also a father of his two grown (extremely talented) children, and a very lucky husband to Julia.

Doug Hart

Percussion / Vocals

Doug Hart is a skilled percussionist and a valued member of “The OrCA Band,” a group that uses their music to raise awareness and support oral cancer patients. Doug’s dynamic and expressive style on percussion adds energy and depth to the band’s sound, and his passion for music is contagious. In addition to his working with “The OrCA Band,” Doug is also an excellent back up vocalist and Dr. Larry always appreciates his gentle harmonies, as well as his renowned smile. Outside of music, Doug is a part time perfusionist, an avid hunter and fisherman, and enjoys spending time with his chocolate lab, Tess. He is also a father of his two grown (extremely talented) children, and a very lucky husband to Julia.

Joe Phelan

Keyboard / Vocals

Joe Phelan began his musical journey at the age of 7, when his parents “encouraged” him to take classical piano lessons in his hometown of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY. When he was 15, Joe was bitten by the rock’n’roll bug, bought a combo organ and amplifier, and has been gigging on keys in rock bands ever since, at dances, bars, clubs, frat parties, and opening for national acts around New York State. Joe is equally at home using acoustic and electric pianos, Hammond organ, and synthesizer sounds, as well as providing vocals to support the band’s mix. His musical tastes are eclectic, and he enjoys supplying keyboard sounds to tunes from southern rock, blues, classic rock, jam band, and contemporary rock genres. These days, he gigs with bands in the New York City area, as well as in Central and Northern NY. Joe is very excited to be rocking for a great cause with OrCA, closer to home in the Mid-Hudson Valley, where he lives currently.

Joe Phelan

Keyboard / Vocals

Joe Phelan began his musical journey at the age of 7, when his parents “encouraged” him to take classical piano lessons in his hometown of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, NY. When he was 15, Joe was bitten by the rock’n’roll bug, bought a combo organ and amplifier, and has been gigging on keys in rock bands ever since, at dances, bars, clubs, frat parties, and opening for national acts around New York State. Joe is equally at home using acoustic and electric pianos, Hammond organ, and synthesizer sounds, as well as providing vocals to support the band’s mix. His musical tastes are eclectic, and he enjoys supplying keyboard sounds to tunes from southern rock, blues, classic rock, jam band, and contemporary rock genres. These days, he gigs with bands in the New York City area, as well as in Central and Northern NY. Joe is very excited to be rocking for a great cause with OrCA, closer to home in the Mid-Hudson Valley, where he lives currently.

Dave Trupia

Bass / Vocals

Dave Trupia has been playing bass guitar for over 45 years. Coming from a musical family, it was practically guaranteed he would play at least one instrument. Bass guitar became his main focus during his teenage years and still is today. Over the years, Dave has become proficient in playing other instruments such as guitar, keyboards, and drums. His vocal skills include masterful harmonies and melodic background vocals.

Dave Trupia

Bass / Vocals

Dave Trupia has been playing bass guitar for over 45 years. Coming from a musical family, it was practically guaranteed he would play at least one instrument. Bass guitar became his main focus during his teenage years and still is today. Over the years, Dave has become proficient in playing other instruments such as guitar, keyboards, and drums. His vocal skills include masterful harmonies and melodic background vocals.

Andy Reid

Lead Vocals

Andy Reid is a Scottish singer and comedian who has performed extensively throughout Scotland and New York since 1987. Andy has presented a radio show with Mike Porter called “Catskill Cabin Getaway” on WGXC 90.7FM for 10 years.

Andy Reid

Lead Vocals

Andy Reid is a Scottish singer and comedian who has performed extensively throughout Scotland and New York since 1987. Andy has presented a radio show with Mike Porter called “Catskill Cabin Getaway” on WGXC 90.7FM for 10 years.

Chris Robertson

Slide Guitar / Vocals

Chris Robertson is an accomplished musician and guitarist. Originally from the Philadelphia area, Chris grew up on Haverford College Campus, where he was inspired to play guitar after seeing many rock bands play at Spring Fling. After a brief stint in the recording studio business in NYC at Sync Sound and The Power Station, Chris fled to Vermont, where he lived for the past thirty years with his wife and children before recently moving to the Hudson Valley.

In Vermont, Chris “SlideDog” Robertson became known for his slide guitar, opening for national acts, and performing and recording with an array of bands. Founding his own band, Chris Robertson & The Socket Rockets, Chris won a VT Tammy award for his album “The Need For Tweed.”

Chris also performed as a Headstart Artist as Christopher R. Flying Purple Guitar, playing original children’s music in Vermont schools, child centers, playgroups, and community concerts.

Chris Robertson

Slide Guitar / Vocals

Chris Robertson is an accomplished musician and guitarist. Originally from the Philadelphia area, Chris grew up on Haverford College Campus, where he was inspired to play guitar after seeing many rock bands play at Spring Fling. After a brief stint in the recording studio business in NYC at Sync Sound and The Power Station, Chris fled to Vermont, where he lived for the past thirty years with his wife and children before recently moving to the Hudson Valley.

In Vermont, Chris “SlideDog” Robertson became known for his slide guitar, opening for national acts, and performing and recording with an array of bands. Founding his own band, Chris Robertson & The Socket Rockets, Chris won a VT Tammy award for his album “The Need For Tweed.”

Chris also performed as a Headstart Artist as Christopher R. Flying Purple Guitar, playing original children’s music in Vermont schools, child centers, playgroups, and community concerts.