Band Members

It’s been said that you never know what to expect at a Cadillac Groove show. Although we have guest musicians from time to time, our core group is what you’ll likely see on any given day. Culled from some of the best musicians around, Cadillac Groove has what many would consider an unfairly stacked roster.

Mike Metoyer

Mike Metoyer

Vocals, Guitar, Shenanigans
Mike is the de facto front man for Cadillac Groove and can be seen making guitar faces, dancing with the ladies, and doing his best to ensure that everyone has the time of their lives. You can usually spot him out in the crowd when he’s not melting faces from center stage.
Scott Evans

Scott Evans

Vocals, Guitar, Dad Jokes
Scott can usually be seen on a Cadillac Groove stage dancing, playing guitar, and generally trying to keep some semblance of order. As a certifiable Dad Joke master, Scott specializes in rhyme and pun-ishment. He’s also the shortest member of the band aside from the tip bucket.
Tim “Doc” Romanowski

Tim “Doc” Romanowski

Vocals, Keys, Beard
Doc is best described as a force of nature on and off stage. From boogie piano to screaming organ, Doc covers all the bases and gives Cadillac Groove all the swagger it ever needs. Doc is also in possession of, by far, the best beard in the group and an amazing purple jacket.
Ron “Spindaddy” Regnas

Ron “Spindaddy” Regnas

Bass, Vocals, Hugs, Dancing
Aside from being one of the best bass players around, Spindaddy is a human anti-depressant. Always smiling, cheery, and ready to rock, Spindaddy is world-renown for sweet grooves and great hugs.
Thom Dixon

Thom Dixon

Drums, Ringleader, Head animal wrangler and chief bottle washer
Cadillac Groove is Thom’s creation – putting together some of the best musicians around and getting them to all coexist without ego or drama while creating some amazing music. Aside from laying down some of the sickest grooves known to man and being a human metronome, Thom also has the extreme burden and curse of managing this group of misfits, miscreants, and mavericks.
Ellis Wright

Ellis Wright

Saxophone, percussion, backing vocals, tomfoolery
Holding down the tenor sax, Ellis provides the growl of the horn section. Don’t let his sunny disposition and ever-present smile fool you – this man is an absolute beast on the sax! He’s also technically “Mr. Wright” for anyone keeping score.
Will Cooper

Will Cooper

Trombone, Flaming trombone, percussion, backing vocals
The renaissance era term for a trombone was “sackbut”, and Will is glad it is no longer en vogue to call it that. A veritable master of a ton of instruments, Will brings a unique sound to the Caddy. He also looks like a nicer and friendlier version of Wolverine.
Patrick Wright

Patrick Wright

Trumpet, percussion, backing vocals
No relation to Ellis (at least we think), Patrick is the other “Mr. Wright” of the Three Hornsmen of the Funkpocalypse. Living proof that “high brass kicks ass”, Patrick is responsible for trumpet duties as well as tomfoolery and shenanigans to the horn section.
Heather Dede

Heather Dede

Sound Engineer, Birthday girl
There’s a reason that Heather’s last name is only one letter off of “Dude” – she’s just that cool. Heather willingly herds kittens by keeping the Groove sounding good. A consummate professional in all things sound engineering, Heather can often be spotted geeking out over new mics, analyzing the spectral output of a mix, listening through headphones that cost more than her car, and positioning microphones and speakers “just right” to ensure optimum sound efficiency. It’s also her birthday.