Marc Lichtenfeld - Vocals
Marc Lichtenfeld (lead vocals) is thrilled to be playing Mick Jagger in Let’s Spend the Night Together.
He formerly played Mick in Sticky Fingers in the northeast and in Tumblin’ Dice in San Francisco. He also sang in San Francisco’s ‘80s tribute Like, Totally! and with Grammy nominated guitarist Gil Parris.
A former actor, Marc appeared on stage in New York and San Francisco in shows including: Slasher, the Splatter Rock Musical and the stage premier of Last Exit to Brooklyn.
When not performing as the world’s greatest rock singer, Marc is a two time best selling author and the only Mick Jagger impersonator to ring announce world championship boxing and MMA matches on ESPN, HBO and Showtime.
Robert Recupito -guitar/vocals
Like many others, The Beatles, Elvis, and The Monkees, is where Robert's fascination with Rock and Roll started. "I had to be only 5 or 6 years old. I vividly remember seeing Elvis performing on TV, and The Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show. Then came the Monkees in 1965. The boots, the bell bottoms, guitars and the music. The whole scene was incredibly mesmerizing to me as a young lad. But it wasn't until 1973, I was 14, and heard Led Zeppelin's Over the Hills and Far Away. It was then, that I really began to learn to play".
Over the years, Robert has played in several Blues and Classic Rock bands. After moving to Florida from Philadelphia in 1995, and playing guitar for many years, he took a hiatus from playing for 16 years to focus on business, and it wasn't until 2013 that he picked up his beloved instruments again. "I'm certainly no Joe Satriani or Eddie Van Halen. Let's just say I make a pretty good Keith Richards and I am ecstatic to be playing, The Human Riff, as Keith is often called!"
Jeff Flanders - Professional Drummer
Jeff Flanders appears as Charlie Watts in the show. He was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Having been greatly influenced by his first drum hero, Ringo Starr, Jeff began playing the drums at the age of 11.
Always one for a challenge, at the young age of 16, Jeff entered a local Minneapolis drummer's marathon. The record , was playing continuously for 13 hours straight. Jeff smoked the competition and played for 24 hours straight. Jeff can truly say, "I just wanna bang on my drum all day"!
As a U.S. Air Force veteran stationed in Texas, Jeff played and marched with the Air Force Drum Corps. More recently, he was the beat behind the Bad Company Tribute band, "Burnin' Sky".
Having moved to south Florida in 2007, Jeff has been involved with various musical projects which include playing and recording with, "The Int'l Language", and with a surf band called, "Six Foot Swell".
Scott Borgmeyer- Professional Bass Player
Appearing as bassist Bill Wyman, Scott is a South Florida Native who began taking piano lessons at the age of 5. After dabbling with the piano, drums and lead guitar, Scott realized he has "sausage fingers", and was better suited for the bass guitar.
By the age of 14, Scott was already performing with a band playing rock, disco and TOP 40 hits. By the Summer of his junior year in high school, he was performing in Night Clubs six days a week. Looking back, Scott wonders how he managed to pull this off with such conservative parents!
After high school, for many years, Scott primarily focused on his career in Corporate Finance, but ultimately returned to his passion of playing music at Events and Night Clubs with several top South Florida bands. "The Rolling Stones are one of my favorite bands and I'm super excited to be playing along side such a tremendous assemblage of musicians and singers"!
Ron Hersey - guitar/vocals
Hersey appears as Ron Wood in Let's Spend The Night Together.
A Florida native, Ron credits his parents, who were gospel singers, for his love of music. His father, a guitarist, showed him how to play and his mother taught him to harmonize. Hersey began singing in the church choir at an early age.
It wasn't long before Rock and Roll beckoned and at fifteen Ron began performing live in his own band. Over the years, Hersey has shared the stage with many popular recording artist including; Toby Keith, Three Dog Night, Chuck Berry, Little Richard and many others.
Ron is also a long time South Florida radio personality and a sought after voiceover artist. He can be heard on many national Radio and TV commercials plus several audiobooks.