Music Ministry

The AwSOM BandPerforming LIVE, Every Sunday

 

 

Ted Owens - Acoustic/Electric Guitar
Dan Andersen
- Bass Guitar
Brady Dandino
- Musical Director, Keyboards/Vocals
Todd Sasse
- Audio Tech, Drums/Percussion

 

 

 

Musical Director - “The Maestro”, Brady Dandino is an award winning and well known Piano Bar and Solo Entertainer. From the desert to the sea, Brady has entertained audiences from Arizona to the Caribbean with his diverse talents and abilities. His upbeat personality can be heard during Sunday Services as he and the amazing array of musicians who make up The AwSOM Band, along with special guest artists, provide lively and inspiring music that compliments Rev PAM’s weekly messages.
http://bradydandino.8m.com/

 

 

Dan Andersen is a jazz guitarist and composer based in Los Angeles. He received his doctorate from the University Of Southern California’s Thornton School Of Music.

As part of the New Orleans music scene, Dan has performed at the city’s premier jazz club, “Snug Harbor,” and has made appearances throughout Louisiana and Mississippi.

Dan can be heard on the album Introducing Julia La Shae which was voted the #3 album of 2003 by The Times-Picayune.
http://danandersenjazzguitar.blogspot.com/

 

Ted Owens began playing classical guitar at age 7; moving into rock by high school which led to 10 years on the road with various pop and rock bands.

Upon settling in Los Angeles in 1987, Ted returned to his roots in nylon string guitar and began taking play dates and gigs on movies, various artists’ albums and so forth. He then explored an interest in Flamenco and studied it seriously for 3 years.

For the last 8 years, Ted has been enjoying being a band member for the Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles. When he’s not playing with The AwSOM Band, Ted teaches guitar privately in Culver City and promotes his “International Favorites Classical Guitar” album.

 

Todd Sasse, co-Founder and member of the AwSOM band since it formed in 2002, is a self-taught drummer who began pursuing his talent at age 7.

So driven by the beat as a child, Todd would sneak into his school’s band room and practice on their drum kit. His passion and devotion to percussion soon caught the attention of the school’s band director and music teacher, Frank Conti, who became Todd’s mentor. “He believed in me and taught me to improvise, play from my soul and perfect my craft.”

Within 7 years, at the young age of 14, Todd began drumming professionally for local gigs in the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area.


Our Regular Guest Artists

Allen Mascari

 

 

Allen Mascari

 

 

 

Mike Echols

 

 

Mike Echols