Dana Page

Lead Vocals

Dana Page is a multi-talented performer and a true Renaissance woman. As the lead vocalist for Dutchess County’s acoustic band OrCoustic and, on occasion, The OrCA Band, she captivates audiences with her powerful voice, emotive stage presence, and energetic, soulful performances. Dana has a passion for music, acting, and dancing that developed at a young age and has been nurtured through years of hard work and dedication. In addition to her successful music career, Dana also runs her own clothing business, speaks five languages, has acted with the Performing Arts Center, played flute for the County Players, dances with a local troupe, writes for local magazines, and is a loving wife to Darin and mother to her four boys (and one of Dr. Larry’s best friends)! Come out and meet one of Dutchess County’s most engaging entertainers.

Dana Page

Lead Vocals

Dana Page is a multi-talented performer and a true Renaissance woman. As the lead vocalist for Dutchess County’s acoustic band OrCoustic and, on occasion, The OrCA Band, she captivates audiences with her powerful voice, emotive stage presence, and energetic, soulful performances. Dana has a passion for music, acting, and dancing that developed at a young age and has been nurtured through years of hard work and dedication. In addition to her successful music career, Dana also runs her own clothing business, speaks five languages, has acted with the Performing Arts Center, played flute for the County Players, dances with a local troupe, writes for local magazines, and is a loving wife to Darin and mother to her four boys (and one of Dr. Larry’s best friends)! Come out and meet one of Dutchess County’s most engaging entertainers.

Larry Hamburg

Guitar

Doctor Larry, as he is known around the community, has his roots solidly in the classic Southern Rock genre (the Allman Brothers, in particularly), though he is also well-versed in somewhat more contemporary music performing songs recorded by bands like Dave Mathews, Ben Harper, and Chris Stapleton. His interest in the electric guitar began around 1969, when he saw Led Zeppelin and Jimmy Page for the first time. He has been playing in rock bands since. Larry’s bands have always donated any proceeds to various charitable organizations, most recently becoming vehicles through which to spread awareness of oral cancer after being personally diagnosed with stage 4 in 2007. He then formed the OrCA Blues Band (and renamed the band in 2022, simply The OrCA Band, because they play so much more than just the blues). The OrCA Band and OrCoustic (the acoustic version of TOB) have played throughout the Mid-Hudson area, to spread awareness of this terrible disease, ever since.

Larry Hamburg

Guitar

Doctor Larry, as he is known around the community, has his roots solidly in the classic Southern Rock genre (the Allman Brothers, in particularly), though he is also well-versed in somewhat more contemporary music performing songs recorded by bands like Dave Mathews, Ben Harper, and Chris Stapleton. His interest in the electric guitar began around 1969, when he saw Led Zeppelin and Jimmy Page for the first time. He has been playing in rock bands since. Larry’s bands have always donated any proceeds to various charitable organizations, most recently becoming vehicles through which to spread awareness of oral cancer after being personally diagnosed with stage 4 in 2007. He then formed the OrCA Blues Band (and renamed the band in 2022, simply The OrCA Band, because they play so much more than just the blues). The OrCA Band and OrCoustic (the acoustic version of TOB) have played throughout the Mid-Hudson area, to spread awareness of this terrible disease, ever since.

John Chocianowski

Percussion

John Chocianowski is the energetic percussionist for the New York-based acoustic band OrCoustic and has played with Dr. Larry since he produced his CD in 2002. Known as “Mr. Metronome”, John is the solid backbone to the group’s sound. A native of Dutchess County, John began playing percussion at a young age and quickly developed a passion for all forms of drumming. He has spent years studying and performing with various groups (most well known for 4 Guys in Disguise), and his hard work has paid off with his role as the percussionist for OrCoustic. In addition to his work with the band, John is also a sought-after sound engineer and has worked with a variety of artists in the New York music scene. His versatility and dynamic playing style make him an invaluable asset to any musical project.

John Chocianowski

Percussion

John Chocianowski is the energetic percussionist for the New York-based acoustic band OrCoustic and has played with Dr. Larry since he produced his CD in 2002. Known as “Mr. Metronome”, John is the solid backbone to the group’s sound. A native of Dutchess County, John began playing percussion at a young age and quickly developed a passion for all forms of drumming. He has spent years studying and performing with various groups (most well known for 4 Guys in Disguise), and his hard work has paid off with his role as the percussionist for OrCoustic. In addition to his work with the band, John is also a sought-after sound engineer and has worked with a variety of artists in the New York music scene. His versatility and dynamic playing style make him an invaluable asset to any musical project.

Vinny Leggiere

Bass

He started his musical career playing trumpet and guitar in elementary school and began playing the bass guitar at the age of fourteen. He went off to the Crane School of Music located in Potsdam, NY in 1979 to pursue and complete a Bachelor of Music degree in Double Bass performance and Musical Studies. While attending Crane, He honed his skills on both the Upright and Electric bass in the Classical, Jazz, Blues and Jazz-Rock styles of music. He played bass for The Potsdam College Jazz Ensemble and toured and recorded an album with this ensemble. After many years of extensive performing and recording session work, he landed a gig playing bass for the Great award winning Blues-man Joe Louis Walker. While touring with Joe in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia, He had the opportunity to share the stage with many Greats such as; J. Geils, Ronnie Earl, Eric Bibb, Duke Robbilard , David Maxwell, The Texas Horns and live performances on Don Odells Legends TV show and Bill Wax Sirius Radio He also played bass guitar for The Murali Coryell Band.While touring with Murali, he had the opportunity to perform twice on Direct TV “Artie Lang Show” and shared the stage with Larry Coryell. Vince also played bass on Murali Coryell “Live” record.

Vinny Leggiere

Bass

He started his musical career playing trumpet and guitar in elementary school and began playing the bass guitar at the age of fourteen. He went off to the Crane School of Music located in Potsdam, NY in 1979 to pursue and complete a Bachelor of Music degree in Double Bass performance and Musical Studies. While attending Crane, He honed his skills on both the Upright and Electric bass in the Classical, Jazz, Blues and Jazz-Rock styles of music. He played bass for The Potsdam College Jazz Ensemble and toured and recorded an album with this ensemble. After many years of extensive performing and recording session work, he landed a gig playing bass for the Great award winning Blues-man Joe Louis Walker. While touring with Joe in the US, Canada, Europe and Australia, He had the opportunity to share the stage with many Greats such as; J. Geils, Ronnie Earl, Eric Bibb, Duke Robbilard , David Maxwell, The Texas Horns and live performances on Don Odells Legends TV show and Bill Wax Sirius Radio He also played bass guitar for The Murali Coryell Band.While touring with Murali, he had the opportunity to perform twice on Direct TV “Artie Lang Show” and shared the stage with Larry Coryell. Vince also played bass on Murali Coryell “Live” record.