Alan Greene, a veteran of the Cleveland music scene, was voted "Best Guitarist in Northeast Ohio" in the 1997 Scene Magazine Annual Readers Poll and the 2004 Free Times Readers Poll. He has been nominated as "Best Guitarist" in the 2001, '02, '05, '06 and '08 Free Times Music Awards.
Alan has also been a member of the reformed "Humble Pie", along with "Breathless", " The Innocent", and the" Mr. Stress Blues Band". He is featured on various recordings by Humble Pie, Michael Stanley, Donnie Iris, Breathless & Pere Ubu.
In 2010, Carlos Santana released the song, "Angel Love" on his" Supernatural" Legacy Edition CD, co-written by Alan Greene. He also hosts internet radio station oWOW's "Blues Time", broadcast every Sat. night.
Alan is an endorsee of GHS Guitar Strings, the Stetsbar Tremolo System, and Ely Guitars.
Tom Odegard (Odie) is considered by many to be one of Northeast Ohio's finest blues singers, with a harmonica style that is truly his own.
Performing for over thirty years, Tom has played with such notable bands as" The Elm Street Blues Band", " The Unfortunate Sons" and "Blue Inc."
Several of Tom's original songs help make up the Alan Greene Band's songlist.
Odie is an endorsee of Seydel Harmonicas
Rob Luoma is one of Cleveland's best and most respected drummers. His 12 year stint with regional sensation" Oroboros" took him all over the US and as far as Thailand playing to enthusiastic audiences and keeping the dance floors filled with his solid timekeeping and imaginative dynamics. His talent and easy-going nature have made him a favorite among all the musicians who've played with him.
Justin Butcher rounds out the Alan Greene Band with his strong, versatile bass playing and vocal abilities. Together, with drummer Rob Luoma, Justin helps create a rhythm section that keeps crowds moving and helps define a unique identity for the Alan Greene Band.
A multi-instrumentalist, Justin has played with numerous groups, such as "The Castaways"," The Tim Facemyer Band", and" Miles Beyond", and has appeared onstage with Joe Vitale.