With harmonies second to none and the falsetto of lead singer, Eddy Michaels, Good Vibrations: A Tribute to the Beach Boys is a must hear!


In addition to lead singer Eddy Michaels, the band consists of Lenny Terry, first tenor and bass player; Anthony D’Antuono, second tenor and Drums; and Dave Talbot, baritone and lead guitar and Rich Hendrickson, Keyboards.


Good Vibrations has wowed audiences all over the country with their explosive sound and entertaining show -


Playing the very best of The Beach Boys!



Eddy has toured with Jay Siegel and the Tokens, of the "lion sleeps tonight" fame for ten years travelling across the country, and also with The Passions who had hits "Just to be with you" and "Gloria", for close to twenty years. Eddy has performed with the Tempations and the Four Tops.


Growing up in Newark was a special time for Eddy, street corner singing was a way of life and he was right there listening, singing and learning his craft.


Good Vibrations, has performed to  sold out audiences at Trump Plaza, and Trump marina, not to mention Mohegan sun. Good Vibrations, has become by what some people say the top tribute act when it comes to the The Beach Boys. Since it's inception only five years ago Good Vibrations continues to sell out all venues where they perform.



Lenny Terri is a veteran musician who has performed at all of the major east coast venues while playing and singing behind many of the most well-know recording acts of our time, some of which include, "Little Anthony and the Imperials", "The Shirelles",  "The Tokens", "The Shangri-Las","Leslie Gore", "Johnny Maestro, "The Diamonds", "The Penguins", "The Duprees","The Platters", The Drifters", "The Teenagers", and many, many others.


Additionally, he has performed on two of the nationally acclaimed PBS shows, sung on TV and Radio commericals that included an international commercial with KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken), and many other TV and radio spots.


He has also recorded with renowned artists such as Chubby Checker and Tiny Tim amongst others. A possessor of four college degrees including two in music, Lenny feels comfortable playing guitar, bass or saxophone as well as other instruments within classical, jazz, musical theatre or popular music venues.


Currently, this seasoned  musician is the musical director/arranger, bassist and

first tenor for "Good Vibrations", the most exciting tribute act in the music

business today.



David Talbot has had a presence on the Staten Island pop music circuit since the early 60s. He sang back-up vocals and recorded with a local DooWop group called The Inchanters. Inspired by the Beatles and the Hollies during the British Invasion, he bought a guitar and taught himself some chords.


During the late 60s he sang and played guitar on many stages, from the legendary Metropole Cafe in Manhattan to a flatbed USO truck in South East Asia. In 1967, he worked several times with The Strangeloves during their U.S. tour of the Northeast and in the 70s he formed The Ace Band and performed at countless venues in Staten Island, Brooklyn, Manhattan, New Jersey and on the Don K. Reed show. As fate would have it, he met and formed a friendship and professional relationship with Eddie Rezzonico who was fronting the Rapid Transit Band in those days.


In the 80s, returning to his roots, David formed the popular Staten Island oldies group Nostalgia and worked regularly opening for various recording acts. Throughout the 90s he contributed his musical talents to several recording projects and performed with the BopShop, Rapid Transit, The Royal Teens and the seminal oldies group The Passions. He appeared with these acts in many famous venues including the UCP Telethon, Westbury Music Fair, Nassau Coliseum, Garden State Arts Center, Meadowlands Arena and several Casinos in Atlantic City.


 As a founding member of Good Vibrations he has appeared in performances at many casinos, prestigious outdoor concerts and corporate affairs throughout the Northeastern U.S. and Florida. With the opportunity to sing some of those soaring harmonies he dreamed of back in the day and play the celebrated music of The Beach Boys!




For over twenty-five years, Anthony has been the driving force behind this group of fine musicians. He began his tenure with Rapid Transit, a top-forty club group with Eddy Michaels and Lenny Terri. He later became the drummer for the million selling oldies group, The Passions.


In early 1990, Anthony formed an all original rock group, Ironhorse, and toured extensively throughout the US. An album was recorded at the famed Power Station in NYC produced by E Street band guitarist, “Little” Steven Van Zandt.


While in the studio he found his true passion….being behind the glass at the recording console. In 1996 Anthony designed his own recording studio named Ironhorse Productions.


In 1998 Anthony changed gears and pursued work as a freelance video editor and photographer.


No matter what creative hat he is wearing, he is always at home behind the drums with his favorite band - Good vibrations.





Richard started piano studies at the age of four and went on to finish his formal education at the Juilliard School.


He has maintained a large teaching studio for thirty years,and has played in classical settings, fusion bands, and pop groups.


Richard has performed with such legendary groups as the Passions, Duprees, Coasters, Drifters, Platters, Shirelles, and Toys.


He is presently playing keyboards with the Beach Boys Tribute group, Good Vibrations.

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