The Vinyl Machine


Joe Vitale's All-Star Band


Why you should see this show…

Collectively they have played more than 30,000 shows in the United States and abroad, with the biggest acts of the ’70s, ’80s, ’90s and this millennium. Their show consists of hit after hit with #1 selling artists (referenced in their bios) that they either played on, or played with, the original artists.

Being no strangers to the stage and venues big and small, they bring their musical expertise, experience and exciting stage performances, combined with humorous anecdotes and road stories of their travels and lives in the fast lane, to audiences of all ages. This show is guaranteed to entertain, bring smiles, and unforgettable sing along memories.


Vinyl Machine Bio
Born into a musical family, Joe Vitale is a veteran musician and drummer whose career has spanned over forty-five years of touring, recording, song writing, and producing with legendary and Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame artists. Along with vocals, he also plays percussion, keyboards and flute. His drumming encompasses all styles of music. A dedicated professional, his quality of performance is evident in his resume.

Joe Vitale has played on over 70 Billboard charted albums. He has toured & recorded with such greats as Joe Walsh, The Eagles, Crosby Stills & Nash, Neil Young, Peter Frampton, Buffalo Springfield, Dan Fogelberg, John Entwhistle, Rick Derringer, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Carl Wilson, Don Felder, Boz Scaggs, Rick Springfield, and many others.

Joe Vitale’s performances & songs have appeared on many Television shows and Movies including: Jay Leno, David Letterman, Chevy Chase, SCTV, Arsenio Hall, The Drew Carey Show, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s 25th Anniversary Concert, Saved by the Bell, Spy Games, Joe Dirt, The 40 Year Old Virgin, The Warriors, The Devil’s Rejects, The Beverly Hillbilly’s Movie, History of the Eagles, Fringe, That 70’s Show and played and appeared in the movie Ricki and the Flash (Meryl Streep)…just to name a few.

Vitale has also co-produced albums for Joe Walsh, Stephen Stills, CSN & CSNY. His many songwriting credits include the classic Joe Walsh song, “Rocky Mountain Way,” and also, “Pretty Maids All in a Row,” from The Eagles classic album Hotel California, both co-written with Joe Walsh.
In a Rolling Stone interview (June 12, 2020) Re: “Pretty Maids All in a Row”….Bob Dylan said (quote) “That could be one of the best songs ever.”

He has three solo albums, Roller Coaster Weekend, Plantation Harbor, and Speaking In Drums, and a book, Back Stage Pass, about his career in music. He’s also produced his son, Joe Jr.’s, first album, Dancing with Shadows.

In 2011 Joe played drums for the historic “Buffalo Springfield Reunion.” From 2016-2018 Joe played on tour with Joe Walsh.

Duane Sciacqua (Guitars/Vocals/Conductor/Arranger,Writer/ Producer) hails from Madera, California where he developed his love for music, and has been playing professionally since the 8th grade. He moved to Los Angeles in 1978 where he played in dozens of bands and with artists including Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh (The Eagles), Paul McCartney (Beatles) and John Mayall.

His work with noted A team composer Sylvester Levay, featured his guitar playing on numerous television and motion picture soundtracks including Airwolf, Hot Shots, Cobra, Navy Seals, Stone Cold and Hardball, just to to name a few. He moved to Nashville in 1992 and has worked with Vince Gill, Gary Morris, Rodney Atkins, Becky Hobbs and others. He is currently the musical arranger and conductor of the musical “Nanyehi.” He owns and operates Rough Edges recording studio, writes, produces and works as a session guitarist with many of Nashville’s finest.

Jim Stapley has the kind of voice that comes along once in a generation; a powerful brew of blues and soul, laced with sublime falsetto. Described as “gritty, pretty, and profound” by Classic Rock Magazine, his songs of love, hope, and political disenfranchisement are stories for the everyman.

Born in Manchester, UK, Jim signed his first publishing deal at the age of eighteen. He honed his craft fronting original rock ‘n’ roll bands in London, around the UK, and in Europe, eventually catching the attention of Kenney Jones (Faces/Small Faces/The Who) who hired Jim as the front man for his band, The Jones Gang. Simultaneously Jim signed a record deal with US based label Ironworks Records, and released his debut EP, Love Is Surrender. Jim then recorded Wind It Up as the lead singer for rock band Skinny Machines, and completed two European tours before he signed a subsequent deal with MITA Records, releasing his first solo album Long Time Coming. Jim now lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife, Kerry. He plays 120+ shows a year around the country, and is currently working on new material for his next record.

Having worked with music industry legends including Kenney Jones (Faces/Small Faces/The Who), Ronnie Wood (Faces/Rolling Stones), Pete Brown (Cream, Jace Bruce), Danny O’Donoghue (The Script), Tony Visconti (producer: David Bowie, T.Rex, Morrissey) and Eddie Kramer (producer: Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones), Jim Stapley is a lauded performer who delivers equal parts raw energy and mature vulnerability.

Stanley Sheldon is a bass guitar player best known for his work with Peter Frampton. He is notable as an early adopter of the fretless bass for rock music.

Stanley Sheldon was born in 1950 in Ottawa, Kansas where he joined his first band, The Lost Souls. His first recorded work with Peter Frampton was the wildly successful live album Frampton Comes Alive in 1976. Sheldon also played on subsequent Frampton albums, I’m in You and Where I Should Be. In 2007, he contributed as co-writer and bass player on Frampton’s Grammy winning instrumental album Fingerprints. He was part of Frampton’s touring band on the 2011 UK leg of Frampton’s Thank You Mr. Churchill tour, Frampton’s hugely successful world tour in 2011-2012 celebrating the 35th Anniversary of Frampton Comes Alive and Frampton’s Guitar Circus tour in 2013.

Sheldon also recorded with his late friend Tommy Bolin on his debut Teaser album and performs on various Bolin archival releases. Other recorded works include Lou Gramm Ready or Not and Ronin, a co-assembled group of session musicians– Sheldon, Waddy Wachtel, Rick Marotta, and Dan Dugmore. Sheldon toured with Warren Zevon on his 1978 Excitable Boy tour and did additional recording work for the Christian music songwriter David Ruis. He co-produced and played on the Mayhew Family album Songs from the Third Floor (2004) and the EP Watch Out (2009). In 2008, he toured as the bassist for the Delbert McClinton band.

Sheldon devoted most of the 90’s to Latin American Studies at the University of Kansas. During this period he travelled widely throughout Latin America with his studies focused on slave society of the nineteenth century in Latin American countries and how its influence on past music continues to affect the transformation and hybridization of world music today. During this time, Sheldon played with various versions of a band that played son and salsa, often to sizeable dance crowds. He has performed on Hollywood movie soundtracks, most notably the Cheech and Chong comedy Up in Smoke.

Sheldon has a passion for teaching and, when not touring, he is offering bass lessons for students of all ages at Blues to Bach Music Center in Shawnee, Kansas.

Tommy Stephenson has played with, toured or recorded with such artists as Tommy Bolin & Energy, Joe Walsh & Barnstorm, Gary Wright, Chuck Berry, Poco, Joe Cocker, Albert King, Albert Collins, John Lee Hooker, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, Levon Helm, from The Band, and Paul Buttrerfield.

Joe Vitale Jr is the driving force & front man behind the alternative rock band Ravenwood. For the past two decades, Joe has been clawing his way through the jungle-like terrain of the music scene. But one thing’s for certain– with his blend of modern rock and industrial, Ravenwood is poised to lead the aural revolution. Joe’s positivity, his Faith and beliefs are woven throughout this critically acclaimed albums & singles.

Music is in his blood. Maybe literally. This multi-instrumentalist is the son of veteran rock drummer Joe Vitale, and spent his early years cutting his teeth on the road with Joe Walsh, The Stephen Stills Blues Band, and Crosby, Stills and Nash. He’s worked in the studio with Stephen Stills, Eddie Krammer (producer for Jimi Hendrix & Led Zeppelin), the Jimi Hendrix Foundation as well as his own work. Currently, Joe is also the backup drummer for classic rock artist Donnie Iris.


Dining Option

Our Concert Hall menu is fast to the table and allows you to dine right in your ticketed seat. Tableside food service will start 2 hours before showtime and the kitchen will close approximately halfway through the show. Tableside beverage service will continue throughout the concert.


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