Courtney Darrough — Vocalist
Courtney Darrough hails from Boston MA, where everyone in the family was musically inclined. During childhood, singing started with the church choir, then morphed into musical theater and dance throughout. Courtney played classical violin and piano during her school years, but the biggest influence on her was 70s FM radio. “Constantly tuned in, the music of artists such as Karen Carpenter, Steely Dan, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, and Elton John always streaming in the background”…
The MAJOR shift came when one day in the 1970s she heard the song “Black Dog” (Zeppelin 4) streaming from her older brother’s 3rd floor attic bedroom, and was immediately hooked and needed more. “I looked up at the ceiling and it hit me like a ton of bricks. The feeling was so compelling it was overwhelming. I had to know what it was and how to get more”. She immediately started “borrowing” all the albums she could get her hands on. Influences include Led Zeppelin, The Kinks, Cream, The Rolling Stones.
Greg White — Drums
"I'm a second generation California native who started drumming in 7th grade band after switching from the trumpet because it made me dizzy and my lips hurt.
I did marching band all thru high school and then pursued my dream of becoming a rock star for a few years until reality set in and I had to get a real job.
After a 10 year hiatus while enjoying my beautiful wife and 2 daughters, I decided to get back to doing what I enjoyed so many years before....ROCKIN'!" Greg
Steven Charles — Bass, and Vocals
"I've played music all my life. As a little kid before I could play an instrument, it was the phonograph spinning my sister’s Beatles records or Stravinsky and Rimsky-Korsakov albums. I wanted to be a professional auto race driver but liked the musician lifestyle and the vices that went with it. I spent my formative years in dark rooms, ingesting things and listening to loud suggestive music. I tried to give it up around the Clinton era and succeeded but it felt like I was lost at sea. To be a musician, you have to put in the time… a lot of time on stage, rehearsing and introspectively practicing. It doesn't happen any other way. I've been on the road in bands, played backyard keggers and large concerts: played gigs that were a religious experience and to waitresses and bartenders in empty bars. I’m not sure what the difference is between an addiction and a passion. I don’t feel compelled to do it but I can’t stop doing it." Steve
Robert McKinley — Guitars and Vocals
Starting his career in music in the clubs, colleges and dance concert venues of San Diego Robert is also a veteran of the Hollywood Showcase Clubs of the late 80's. Whether its soulful runs or speed flurries the song and mood always dictate the outcome. "I love playing and I love to see the audiences' reaction when we play. There's nothing like a group of people all rockin' together. I have a lot of influences but have always been a rock guitar player. It's powerful and emotional as well as controled and chaotic. I've played in many different venues all over SoCal. From clubs to outdoor stadiums and dance/concert events to backyard parties, whether there are thousands or just a few everyone gets the same effort and show every time. Come check us out, you'll have a great time. So will We!!!!!!!" Robert
Fallen Saints is an original four piece hard rock band that hails from Ventura County. With backgrounds as diverse as playing in top drawing Hollywood showcase clubs to top rated rock bands in Ventura county Fallen Saints brings power, finesse, showmanship and years of musical expertise to eac and every show.
Fallen Saints prides themselves on their live shows. Fallen Saints is focused on performing and presenting an outstanding show that captivates and motivates the audience to have a great time. They continue to gain accolades as well as building a dedicated following.
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