Puddle of Mudd is an American rock band formed in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1991. To date, the band has sold over seven million albums and has had a string of No. 1 mainstream rock singles in the United States. Their major-label debut Come Clean has sold over five million copies. They have released an extended play, an independent album and five studio albums, with their latest being Welcome to Galvania in September 2019.
Puddle of Mudd has been described as post-grunge, nu metal, alternative metal, and hard rock. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puddle_of_Mudd

Wes Scantlin
Rhythm Guitarist, Lead Singer

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Wesley Reid Scantlin (born June 9, 1972) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician. He is best known as the lead vocalist, guitarist, and only constant member of rock band Puddle of Mudd. He was named one of the "Top 100 Heavy Metal Vocalists" by Hit Parader.

Scantlin formed Puddle of Mudd in 1991. They released their debut EP Stuck in 1994, followed by a demo album called Abrasive in 1997. Four years later, the band added three new members and released their debut album Come Clean. In 2003, they released their second album, Life on Display. Their third album, 
Famous, was released in 2007, followed by Songs in the Key of Love & Hate in 2009 and Welcome to Galvania in 2019.

Scantlin sometimes tours with Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell, joining Cantrell in playing acoustic renditions of Alice in Chains songs. He was also one of the musicians who participated in Alice in Chains' reunion tsunami benefit show, and was one of many artists who worked with Carlos Santana on his album All That I Am for the song "Just Feel Better". The song was recorded twice with both Scantlin and Steven Tyler, but only Tyler's version appears on the album.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wes_Scantlin
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Dave Moreno
Drummer, Background Vocals

David Moreno is an American musician, singer, audio engineer, songwriter and producer, best known for his role as the drummer in the American rock band Puddle of Mudd.

Born in Sun Valley, Los Angeles, California, Moreno is of Mexican descent. He first started playing drums when he was only 11, and at just 15 years old, Moreno was already performing his first gig at the famous iconic Whisky a Go Go nightclub on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood, California.
Moreno's musical education continued when he attended The Dick Grove School of Music upon completing high school. There, he graduated from the Percussion Program after studying hand percussion, ear training and music theory, as well as many genres of music which encompassed everything from Rock, Metal, Jazz, Disco, Latin, Hip Hop, Funk, and Fusion to Orchestra, Big Band, R&B and Country.

Moreno has recorded more than 100 records which include movie soundtracks, instructional CDs, karaoke and television commercials. In 2008, he contributed the studio drum piece for the theme song to the Dr. Phil show.

Moreno's professional in-studio affiliations include names such as: Bill Appleberry (The Wallflowers, Puddle of Mudd), David Kahne (Paul McCartney, Sugar Ray, Rolling Stones), Johnny K (Disturbed, 3 Doors Down), Roy Z (Judas Priest, Bruce Dickinson), Andy Johns (Led Zeppelin), Greg Hampton (Alice Cooper, Lita Ford) and Richard Podolor (Three Dog Night, Michelle Branch).

Moreno has also recorded and toured worldwide with an eclectic array of musical artists including: Bruce Dickinson – Iron Maiden, Dizzy Reed – Guns N' Roses, Steve Stevens – Billy Idol, Earshot – Warner Bros, Operator – Atlantic Records, Rob Rock, Judas Priest, Tribe of Gypsies – JVC/Victor, Love/Hate, Ice-T's Body Count, Phil Lewis – L.A. Guns, Vampiro X-Mana, Christian Castro, Belinda and María José.

In January 2016, Dave was chosen to be included in the elite line-up of performers at the NAMM 'Bonzo Bash' - an annual event honoring the late, great drummer, John Bonham of Led Zeppelin. There, he took the stage alongside other top-industry professionals, performing "The Immigrant Song" during the show.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dave_Moreno
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Matt Fuller
Rhythm Guitarist, Background Vocals

Matthew "Matt" Fuller (born 31 January 1970) is a former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1980s and 1990s.

Fuller played for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, St. George Dragons, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Western Reds, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats (Heritage № 1045) (two spells) (captain during second spell), and the Western Suburbs Magpies - making appearances everywhere in the forward pack.
In 1995 he was part of the inaugural Western Reds squad and later served as the club's captain.

On 26 September 1998, Fuller played at lock in Wakefield Trinity’s 24-22 victory over Featherstone Rovers in the 1998 First Division Grand Final at McAlpineStadium, Huddersfield.


In 1999, Fuller joined Western Suburbs and made 21 appearances for the club as they finished last on the table claiming the wooden spoon. Western Suburbs only managed to win 3 games all year in their final season as a first grade club. Fuller played in Wests final ever game against Auckland at Campbelltown Stadium which ended in a 60-16 defeat. The match would also prove to be Fuller's last game in first grade.

Following a stint where he captained Wakefield Trinity to a premiership in the United Kingdom, Fuller returned to Western Australia to position himself as one of Perth’s leading health and fitness experts.

Fuller currently owns and manages the Fuller Fitness Training Centre. Self-employed gym owner/operator since 2001, Matt has grown and developed a successful and reputable training facility, where he has mentored over 15,000 personal training sessions.

Fuller's views and opinions are frequently sought from the media in relation to all matters health and fitness. More recently, Fuller has become a permanent fixture on 720 ABC Radio Perth as an expert commentator when the rugby league comes to Perth and is a regular panelist on League Talk with 91.3 SportFM.
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Michael John Adams 
Lead Bass Guitarist, Background Vocals

Michael is a professional bassist in the Los Angeles area. Coming from a musical family, he picked up the bass guitar after his brothers got the “cool” instruments: guitar and keyboard. Music lessons from his mother and bass lessons from his father set him on the right path from the start and it didn’t take long for him to develop a love for the instrument. He quickly developed his skills as a bassist, playing for his high school’s choir and other local school’s music programs.

At the age of 19, Michael studied under acclaimed Motown touring and session bassist Tony Newton, who taught him that the most important thing about playing bass was establishing a strong groove and being musical, not playing a lot of notes.
Michael enrolled in Santa Monica College’s music theory program and received an AA Degree in Liberal Arts, before attending The Musicians Institute in Hollywood and enrolling in the school’s Bachelor’s Degree program.

After a year of study there, he began to pursue cruise ship work with Holland America Line and spent the next two years sailing the world and playing bass in cover bands and show bands across a variety of ships, covering all styles.

He has since moved back to Los Angeles, his home town, and can be heard playing around town in a variety of original music and cover bands, as well as the occasional musical.

Michael has played with over a hundred bands and artists throughout his career as a bassist.

Artists:
  • Osmond Brothers (Singers)
  • Regis Philbin (Comedian)
  • Annie Frances (Singer)
  • Dr. Justin Miller (Guitarist)
  • Geneanie Gardner (Comedian)
  • Billy Ray Evans (Singer)
  • Penny Mathison (Flautist)
  • Joel Mason (Elton John tribute)
  • The Las Vegas Tenors (Three Tenors tribute)
  • and many, many more…
Bands:
  • Opus Dai (Rock)
  • Siavash Shams and The World Music Orchestra (World music)
  • The Heroes of Paradise (Jam)
  • Apartment 28 (Pop)
  • Chemistry Class (Folk)
  • Rob Michael’s Band (Blues rock)
  • Shards of Serenity (Metal)
  • HAL Cats (Top 40 cover band)
  • Retro Soul (RnB and Motown cover band)
  • and many more…
Musicals/Shows:
  • Cabaret
  • Magnolia
  • Love Broadway (Holland America Line show)
  • In Concert (Holland America Line show)
  • Southern Nights (Holland America Line show)

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