Jason Spoor

Jason Spoor

Jason's exciting stage performance and his wide vocal range, make him a huge asset to Monster.

He has played with acts such as Wicked Hitchcock, Air Dogs, 3 Libras and "Hit Me With It" featuring Richie Castellano who currently tours with Blue Oyster Cult. Jason has also done extensive studio recording as a vocalist, guitarist, bassist and keyboardist. Jason comes from a family of professional musicial performers and toured Europe at age 17 with the show Hair.


Gene Moore

Gene Moore

Gene has played with many bands over the years including Dr. J, Sideshow, Circus and Second Sense.

Gene went on to front the band Restless which had some notoriety with their hit "Go Giants Go." He then went on to become a music composer creating scores for some prominent figures such as Bob Dole, Tom Ridge and George W. Bush. Gene co-wrote a song called Insane with Ace Frehley from KISS. He has also composed the music for the U.S. Soccer Stadium Chant as well his most recognizable song, "You've Got A Friend in Robison" for the Robison Oil company.


Otto David

Otto David

Otto has had a long and sucessful career in the music business, beginning in the 1980s while touring the United States with the band "Change" on the Warner Brothers label.

He also toured with the Italian pop synth act, "Kano." Otto has many fans from his years of performing clubs in the Tri State area with "Andrea and the Substitutes" as well as the hard rock act "Junkhead." Otto's most recent project was a co-writing and co-producing venture with Doug Brown for the artist "Olivia", an American Idol finalist. Otto brings tremendous talent to Monster with his versatile bass abilities, powerful vocals and his vast understanding of music.


Doug Brown

Doug Brown

Doug has thrilled audiences with his powerful style for decades with acts such as Second Sense, Restless, Andrea and the Substitutes, Junkhead and Frankenstein's Baby.

Doug is also a highly skilled music producer and has worked with acts such as Sean Nolan and OLIVIA. He also wrote, produced and performed multiple instruments on Voodoo Twin, an original project featuring Greg Fiellin on bass and lead vocals.