Tiki Thom has shanghai'd two of the best trop-rock lov'in musicians to play with him on selected dates and locations. The Beach Band is perfect for those events where you desire the full trop-rock band experience.
Please contact us via the "Booking" page for availablity.
Freddy Quistgard has been a trop-rock percussionist for more than a dozen years. Beginning as a guest percussionist with "The Corona Brothers", Freddy then became an integral part of "The Calypso Cowboys" for nearly ten years before moving on to the "Island Castaways Band".
Freddy joined the Tiki Thom Beach Band in 2016 and wrote one of Tiki Thom's hit songs "Key West Attitude" which was named by Trop-Rockin' magazine as one of the top 10 songs written about the Florida Keys. The tune also climbed into Radio A1A's top 30 Trop-Rock Countdown. Freddy has also performed at the national Parrothead Convention in Key West and other regional trop-rock festivals with other national acts like Scott Kirby, The Boat Drunks, Tropical Soul, Kelly McGuire, John Frinzi, John Patti, Jimi Pappas and Todd Trusty.
Jack Fossett started playing guitar at 18 and quickly established a unique lead style, adding a modern melodic pop edge to blues voicings. Jack joined Boston jam/acoustic band Tables Up, and performed with them at festivals, clubs and colleges throughout New England. While working with several classic rock bands, Jack self-engineered and produced his three albums: Jacks & Aces, Singer/Songrocker and My Rebecca. In 2014 Jack was hand selected by Joe Bonamassa as one of the top 10 undiscovered blues guitarists in America. Later on in that same year, Jack's guitar interpretation of The Beach Boys previously unreleased track "Going To The Beach" became a top 10 winner in an international contest. He continues to write and record his original music while his love for surfing and family makes him a perfect addition to “The Beach Band”.