Meet the RE/MAX Rockin' All Stars!
Click on each photo to view our personal realtor websites
From years of working in pit orchestras, recording studios,
and live performances, Bruce has developed his own
sound and style which was influencedby his mentors
Bobby Herroit and Doc Severinsen. In 2007 he bought
Doc Severinsen's own gold plated custom made trumpet
from Doc himself. In 2013 he had Tony Scodwell from
Las Vegas (Doc Severinsen's lead trumpet player) make
a custom silver plated trumpet, complete with Bruce's name and the RE/MAX Logo engraved on it, just for the RE/MAX Rockin All Stars.
In the Kelowna music scene he is a sought after lead player for local groups, musical productions, and recordings.
In Kelowna he is currently playing trumpet with:
Kelowna City Concert Band, Former Vice President, and current Principal Trumpet
In 2008, Bruce's Trumpet CD: "What A Gig That Will Be", won Instrumental Album of the year in Canada which was written, arranged and produced by the Late Larry Dalton. (Elvis's second cousin).
Bruce is an active member and participant with the Arts scene in Kelowna and volunteers with doing Trumpet clinics in local high schools and mentoring trumpet students.
Selling Real Estate since '88 and a Full Time REALTOR® with RE/MAX Kelowna, with which he is a member of the RE/MAX Hall of Fame and the coveted RE/MAX Platinum Club.
For your Real Estate needs, remember to Google Dougall. :-)
He is no stranger to artists like Deep Purple,Chicago,
Uriah Heep and Rare Earth in his earlier years while he has
been fronting North Americas' Ultimate tribute show to
Guns n' Roses, "GNFNR" (Gunz N' FN' Rosez) for almost
2 decades and still performing selective venues and
festivals across Canada.
While working on the Vancouver Home Team from the
RE\MAX Crest Westside office in Vancouver, Albert has
been an avid theatre supporter as a producer, sound designer, and had recently volunteered as president for a community theatre group in Ontario that needed help. He lists his favorite roles as Capt Hook (Peter Pan),Bill Sikes (Oliver).
While you can find Albert in Las Vegas at most RE/MAX conferences, he has also been seen at the Hard Rock Casino on the Howard Stern Show.
RE/MAX Crest Realty (Westside)
1428 West 7th Avenue
Born and raised in Chilliwack, Rob inherited some good musical genes.
With his father being a band & choir teacher and sisters with piano
degrees, there was always music heard at home... albeit Rob was
somewhat of a "late bloomer". He joined Re/Max Nyda Chilliwack at
age 23 but it wasn't until his late 30's that he developed an interest in music.
During a 2 year transfer to Re/Max 100 Mile House in 2001, Rob began singing and playing guitar, started the band "Whiskey River" and quickly gained a northern fan base playing for pubs, legions, rodeos, RCMP and fire dept dances. In 2003 Rob returned to Chilliwack, sought vocal training and introduced the band locally. Over 100 gigs later and counting, Rob's appearances include 3 memorable years at the BC Music Jamboree as well as Saturday night's feature band on Walk of Stars stage at Merritt Mountain Music Festival 2011.
Rob is approaching his 30th year with Re/Max, has sold over 1200 homes, is a member of the Re/Max Hall of Fame and has earned the Re/Max Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2008 Rob obtained his managing broker's licence and is the owner of RE/MAX Nyda Realty in Chilliwack BC. In 2012 Rob achieved 'Gold Level' status for total number of annual MLS awards earned...and would love to earn your business too!
(Click on Rob's photo to view his website)
RE/MAX Nyda Realty Inc.
1 - 7300 Vedder Rd
V2R 4G6 Canada
Office: (604) 858-7179
Fax: (604) 858-7197
Toll Free: (800) 830-7175
RE/MAX Real Estate
258 Seymour Street
Kamloops, B.C.V2C 2E5 Canada
A note from Ken:
"I have been priviledged to be the conductor of the Kamloops
Big Band for many years now, as well as being the current president
of our local off-road motorcycling club, and enjoy golf, fishing,
motorcycling and camping with my family. I have a great knowledge
of the Kamloops back-country as well, so if a recreational property is
on your agenda, you are in the right place for that too!
Drop me a line, I'd love to hear your thoughts! "
(Click on Ken's photo to view his website.)
100 Ave Surrey BC
(click on photo for Daryl's website)
Daryl Miller got an early start to drumming in 1966
when a neighbor kid quit their band "Angry" which
he was the singer in, and left his drum set behind.
Daryl took over and the rest is history! Over the
years, he played in rock bands in Vernon, the
Sunshine Coast, Vancouver Island, and the Lower
Mainland, including the “Kentish Steele Band,”
"The New Breed", "Public Eye", "Brandy Wine", and
"Best of Friends", which was one of the house
bands for Oil Can Harry’s as well as many other
clubs in Vancouver.
Daryl worked for ten years as the sales manager for Drums Only and played with many pick up bands. He continued to play in bands including “Brandy Wine” and the “R & B Allstars.” After a few years, and a career change to Real Estate, Daryl joined fellow Realtors as the drummer for “Access R & B Band.” He then joined the "Ocean Park Wailers", and another band "D'Mojo". Daryl is now proud to be part of the "Remax Rockin' Allstars", and looks forward to playing at many gigs and conferences!
Re/Max Real Estate Services,
VANCOUVER BC CANADA
604 263 2823 – office,
1 800 663 2723 – toll free
click on photo to view Brad's website.
Brad is Canadian born and English bred; he endured
a Harry Potter-esque, British public school education
and a few years of near fame in rock and roll bands.
Brad is a rock n roll bass guitar player, temporarily
filling in between gigs by selling real estate, for the last 37 years. His early musical inspiration and training happened in the 60’s and consequently he has no idea of how he got here.
As bass player for Fat Freddy’s Cat, the house band at Leeds U in the UK, he opened for everyone, Leon, Elton, Joe, Leon, Eric, Rod, Pete n Roger. With the arrival of children, the amps went away and he moved to Ragtime, Boogie and Blugrass, acoustically, and playing most styles from the last century.
He still has his first acoustic guitar form 50 years ago – “ She screams in my hands”
Years of therapy have still not helped him to understand what the black notes are for
Lately he has played Vegas, Greenwich Village and the Boogie Woogie Festival in Lugano, Switzerland
In his day job, Brad has been with David Andrew’s Remax office at Oakridge in Vancouver for 25 years plus 12 years with a local real estate company makes 40 years serving the community.
A strong advocate in action for community service, Brad has run the office United Way campaign for 10 years, raising $ ¼ million to be invested back into our neighbourhoods. He is the Founder and Spirit Keeper for the Young Mens Adventure Weekend Society, bringing wilderness Rites of Passage experiences to 12 – 17 year old young men for the last 30 years. His contributions have been recognized by
Realtor of the Year 2000 – REBGV
Presidents Award 2004 – Mensa Canada
Paul Harris Fellows Award – Rotary International, 2010
25 Years - Big Silver Plate - Re/Max Intl, June 2013
Oh yeah, and the ReMax Hall of Fame
Bass Guitar, Vocals
Steve was born into a unique family of musicians and musical
instrument makers, at Georgetown, Guyana. He started his bass
career at a young age influenced by distinctive Caribbean calypso
while performing in his Uncle’s band. Steve attended Grant
McEwen College, in Edmonton, AB, Canada. His focus was on
composition and principal instrument and later he was given the
opportunity to teach principal instrument as a substitute
instructor at Grant McEwen. Steve went on to audition for a
bursary and attended the prestigious, Banff School of Fine Arts.
Steve’s studies also earned him two years advanced placement
at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA., USA, however his
pursuits took him on stage and as a Session Player on over
50 recordings. Recently in 2010 he shared the stage at Edmonton’s
Jubilee Auditorium, with George Blondheim and John Ferraro for
the Mazankowski Heart Foundation, featuring Dianna Krall. Most
recently he was the bassist in the Musical “Fire ” based on the life
of Jerry Lee Lewis! Steve has resided in Oak Bay since 1988. His business interest has taken him from publishing and working in the school system, managing a flooring business, radio marketing and then finally into Real Estate.
Steve has been an award-winning realtor since 2002 in the Victoria Market place. Having three adult sons keeps him and his wife Annette content with a close-knit family. He will bring a world of experience not only to the business of real estate but as a well-rounded community minded individual! Sales and marketing is the overall back drops of his business career, and augments his skills as a negotiator!
Tenor and Alto Sax
NORTH VAN DAN!
Dan moved to North Vancouver in 2000 where he studied jazz saxophone at Capilano College graduating with a bachelor of music in jazz studies in 2004.
Since moving to Vancouver, Dan has worked as a freelance musician performing and recording with various projects throughout greater Vancouver. At present he plays regularly with the Deep End, the Langley Plow Boys and the Jazz Connexion. Dan plays an active role in promoting and supporting the arts in North and West Vancouver as acting board president of the North Shore Community Music Association.
Dan has been selling real estate since 2007 and is a fulltime Realtor® in North Vancouver. He takes pride in providing dedicated service to his Real Estate clients with a personal touch and unwavering commitment to excellence, building relationships beyond the sale.
Dan can be contacted at 604-862-4124.
With roots in the Kootenays, James Love came to
Victoria in 1972. James' musical travels have taken
him to 5 continents and across the vast majority of
North America. “Early listening experiences were my
father’s volumes of Bach pipe organ along with
colourful doses of Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman.
I loved it!”
James survived the 80’s, though his hair did not.
In the 90’s he transitioned from mainly cover songs
to original music which offered a depth of ‘heart’
that covers couldn’t.
His current original project - Rotten Little Kings - could
be thought of as “heavy roadhouse boogie” music,
though a perfect descriptor still eludes them after 10 years together. Strangely, partway into this band’s history came an interruption. Six and a half years were spent touring the world and making music with the band Men Without Hats who rose to fame in the early 80’s. Sharing the stage with the likes of Devo, the B-52’s, Human League, Howard Jones, Flock of Seagulls and so many more was always thrilling. “I’ve performed for crowds of more than 20,000 and crowds of 20 and it’s always been fun!” An experienced theatrical and arena stagehand, James is a member of IATSE 168, and is proud to have helped his wife - a long established Realtor - as Mr. Mom for the kids and eventually getting his own real estate license to work alongside her at ReMax Alliance in beautiful Victoria.
“I’m really excited about playing with the ReMax Rockin’ All-Stars! A real horn section? You bet! Tons of fun, plus I love the chance to play with great musicians and fire up the dance floor for a terrific cause! Cheers!” James Love.