The NattyBōs are Clay Goldstein, Mario Lacasse,

Dennis Freireich and Rich Conklin

Contact: (417)894-4434  |  clay@nattybos.com  |  www.tostmusic.com

Shows - NattyBōs and related bands

Wed March 8 - Fish Depot - Boynton Beach FL - 7:00 - w/ Josh Rowand

Sun March 12 - Dania Beach Bar and Grill - Dania Beach FL - 5:00 - NattyBōs

Fri March 17 - St. Patrick's Party - w/Otis Cadillac

Sat March 18 - QBAR - Ft. Lauderdale FL - 9:00 - NattyBōs

Sun March 19 - Ft. Pierce FL - w/Otis Cadillac

Wed March 22 - Fish Depot - Boynton Beach FL - 7:00 - w/ Josh Rowand

Fri March 24 - Kelly's Brothers - Ft. Lauderdale -8:00 - NattyBōs

Thu March 30 - Blue Jean Blues - Ft. Lauderdale - 9:00 - w/ Pitbull of Blues Band

Fri March 31 - Garreth Johnson's "Parlor" - 7:00 -w/ Julius Sanna

Sat April 1 - Blue Jean Blues - Ft. Lauderdale - 9:00 - w/ Pitbull of Blues Band

Sun April 2 - Fish Depot - Boynton Beach FL - 4:00 - NattyBōs

Friday April 7 - Scooters - Hobe Sound FL - 9:00 - NattyBōs

Fri April 8 - Kelly's Brothers - Ft. Lauderdale -8:00 - NattyBōs

Sun April 9 - Dania Beach Bar and Grill - Dania Beach FL - 5:00 - NattyBōs

...Northeast bound ....

Sat April 22 - Lake Worth Earth Day Festival - 4:00 - NattyBōs

 

Look Up

The

NattyBōs

debut CD, "Look Up" is out. 12 original songs recorded at Afflux Studios in Wellington FL with the help of executive producer Donald Kassen. It's available directly from us here or on the usual online distributers and streaming services. Hope you enjoy it....

  1. Can't Sing The Blues

  2. Yankee In-Law Blues

  3. Beautiful Sky

  4. Johnny's Got a Gun

  5. Fighting

  6. Pretty Dancer

  7. Everybody knows

  8. Shy Girl

  9. A Momma's Blues

10. Heart Attack

11. Broken Drams

12. KCMO Sue

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Can't Sing The Blues

KCMO Sue

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The Band

Harmonica/Vocals

Clay Goldstein

 

After growing up in Baltimore, Clay's homes include Los Angeles, Lawrence KS, Springfield MO and now South Florida. Along the way he was the mascot for the Baltimore Orioles, acted and played a lot of music. As part of The Uninvited they won an MTV Beach House Song Contest. Recording contributions include Andy Summer (Police), Brian O'neal (Busboys), Jesse Loya, Sheryl Crowe and Andras Jones. Playing live is his passion including tours throughout the United States, Europe and Central America including three AFE/USO tours with Matt Ward. His band The Pawn Shop with Norman Jackson appeared in three International Blues Conventions. Now it's South Florida and the NattyBōs.

Guitar

Mario

Lacasse

 

While in high school, Mario LaCasse joined "Misbehavin," a band who's Texas Blues and Outlaw Country song list influenced his young guitar style. The band moved from South Florida to Austin Texas where Mario matured from guitar slinger to Musician. He embraced Jazz and Fusion in South Florida's band "Flight," and Rock, R&B and other popular styles in other combos. Then Mario returned to the Blues in one of the area's most popular Jump Blues Bands, "Lowdown 13." In between NattyBōs shows Mario can be seen with the Groove Things or Still Misbehavin'. His deep knowledge of blues, country, jazz and rock along with a fluidity and unflinching confidence gained from his years as a playing professional makes Mario Lacasse a perfect fit for the NattyBōs' diverse, soulful, and energetic style.

Bass/Vocals

Dennis Freireich

 

Dennis Freireich is a veteran of The Marshal Brothers Band and Danny Moon's Roadhouse. Dennis is the definition of a bass player with solid grooves, and a dedication to strengthening the song's foundation. Dennis also constructs many of his basses sells them or donates them to causes throughout the year. He is a pro who keeps the band anchored and solid; and keeps the crowd and moving and dancing.

Drums/Vocals

Rich

Conklin

 

The newsest member of the band is Rich "Rookie" Conklin, but a rookie he is not.  Rich is one of the most sought after drummers in the area and was frequently seen providing the backbeat for The Duffy Bishop Band, Joel Da' Silva, Erasmith, and others. He is called because he is good, professional, and now a pleasure to be a part of the NattyBōs. He doesn't just bring an exceptionally solid creative energy to the band, Rich is also a sound engineer. With his help we're recording our shows to put together the next CD, this time Live NattyBōs.

Shows -

NattyBōs and related bands