Genres:Electronic - Pop, Pop Rock, Pop - Electronic, Rock - Pop Rock, Rock - Hard Rock/Classic
SOULAR SYSTEM is a 3 piece rock band playing a blend of rock, blues, reggae and funk tunes. Highlights of the show are the beautiful vocal harmonies, exciting lead guitar solos, keyboards, a powerful rhythm section and wide range of material covering many styles.
A band known for connecting to and entertaining the audience is interested in talking with you about future bookings. SOULAR SYSTEM also has their own marketing materials which include a CD, website, fan email list, gig posters and various other merchandise.
Contact info: SOULAR SYSTEM Cory Morgenstern
233 Farragut Avenue
Hastings on Hudson, N.Y. 10706
cell phone: 914 774-4937
SOULAR SYSTEM Band Members:
Guitarist/Keyboardist and Lead Vocalist for Soular System, Cory Morgenstern
Has been performing gigs in the tri state area for over 30 years. Cory has studied with Dizzy Gillespie’s musical director Mike Longo and Charlie Parkers’ pianist Walter Bishop Jr. and has incorporated elements of jazz, rock and funky blues into his playing and singing. Cory has his own recording studio in Hastings on Hudson, NY .
Drummer Pete Altobelli
Has been playing drums for more than three decades. Pete has studied formally with drum artist Pat Dama. Over the years Pete has added percussion and vocals to his wide rhythm repertoire. Pete has worked with the Stolen Moments Orchestras and most recently Latin Jazz pianist Gilberto Colon. Pete continues to grow as a drummer playing styles from rock, jazz, and R&B.
Chris Warwin Bass/Vocals
A seasoned veteran has played with Meatloaf, Powerhouse (opened for Santana, Cactus, Buddy Miles Paul Butterfield and the Beach Boys)and several Broadway shows (Little shop of Horrors, Footloose, Godspell, Jesus Christ Superstar, Hair and Aida). Chris is also currently a choir director on the staff of Lehman College.
Since Cory doubles on guitar as well as keyboards, Soular Systems’ playlist includes classic hard rock covers Smoke on the Water and southern rock covers Ramblin’ Man, as well as keyboard favorites like Gimme Some Lovin’ and Reggae covers like Red, Red Wine. Everyone sings lead so there is a lot of variety and many songs feature 3 part harmonies.