About the Voices of Rock Radio

The Voices of Rock Radio will feature John Elefante formerly of KansasKevin Chalfant best known for his work with fellow Journey members, Randall Hall formerly of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Charlie Huhn of Foghat

John Elefante an American singer-songwriter, instrumentalist, and producer. A three-time Grammy award winner and eight time nominee John is best known for his tenure as front-man of the rock group Kansas. John along with his brother Dino penned one of their highest charting rock singles. John is currently touring with several SUPER groups that have featured members from classic rock bands.

Kevin Chalfant an American singer, songwriter best known for his work with fellow Journey members, past and present. Kevin was signed to Boardwalk Records in 1981 by Neil Bogart with the group 707. That band produced several Top 20 hits and movie scores most notable “Megaforce” and “I Could Be Good For You”. 707 toured extensively with many of the top producing groups such as REO Speedwagon, Ted Nugent, Peter Frampton, Scorpions, Loverboy and others. In 1982 alone, it is estimated that 707 performed in front of two million fans with the “Super Jams of Summer”!

Randall Hall an American Southern Rocker has the Monkees to thank for his gritty guitar playing. In his younger days Hall attended the infamous Monkees tour where the legendary Jimi Hendrix was the opening act. Add the Southern flavor of the Allman Brothers Band you have the sound of Hall's first band, Running Easy, which he formed in 1971 with future .38 Special bassist Ken Lyons. Randall Hall now enjoys traveling the world singing his favorite Southern rock with several All-Star Classic Rock touring bands.

Charlie Huhn an American rock singer and guitarist. Charlie fronted & played with not only Ted Nugent, but also with Deadringer (with Alice Cooper band mates Neal Smith and Dennis Dunaway), Humble Pie, Victory and Gary Moore, Charlie, almost by cosmic pre-design joined Foghat in August of 2001 Roger Earl and the late Lonesome Dave Peverett had seen Charlie singing a number of years before as lead vocalist for Humble Pie. Since joining Foghat, Charlie has traveled across the USA, Canada and Sweden thrilling fans and touring with such comtemporaries as Tom Petty, Joe Cocker, Alice Cooper, Ted Nugent, Joan Jett, The Outlaws, The Doobie Brothers, Creedence Clearwater, Steppenwolf, Blue Oyster Cult, Foreigner, Styx and Lou Gramm to name some.