About The Artists

Joshua M. Greene

narrator, is an acclaimed writer and author of the bestseller Here Comes The Sun: The Spiritual and Musical Journey of George Harrison. Mr. Greene is an instructor at Hofstra University and an Emmy Award-nominated filmmaker. After 13 years of yoga study, including one year in India, he became Senior Vice President of Global Affairs at Ruder Finn, an international communications firm, and now lectures at universities nationwide. More information is available at www.atma.org.

Godfrey Townsend

guitarist and vocalist, has played with some of the greatest names in rock-and-roll including John Entwistle, bassist of The Who; Jack Bruce, bassist and vocalist of Cream; Dave Mason, guitar/vocalist of Traffic; and Alan Parsons. He is the leader of the Godfrey Townsend Band. More information is available at www.godfreytownsendmusic.com.

Tommy Williams

guitarist and vocalist, has served as musical director/guitarist for Debbie Gibson (including the #1 “Lost In Your Eyes,” three albums and two world tours). He has performed with Tommy Shaw of Styx, Cheap Trick’s Rick Nielsen, Robin Zander and Tom Petersson, and Ellis Hooks (with Muzz Skillings of Living Colour and Leroy Clouden of Steely Dan). His solo CD “Two Hundred” is available at www.tommywilliams.net.

John Montagna

bassist and vocalist, is one of New York’s finest bass guitarists. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, he has worked with Francis Dunnery, Amel Larrieux, and A Girl Called Eddy, among others.

Mike Bellusci

drummer, claims his introduction to being a musician as that of a cliché. His convincing inspiration was watching The Beatles on Ed Sullivan. Since that time, he has played guitar and then shifted to drums at the age of 10. After playing in many local bands, he accepted the opportunity to portray Ringo with the touring company of the Broadway cast of Beatlemania. He also is a former member of the Beatles tribute band Strawberry Fields, working with them for 7 years.