Introducing the members of
The Hallelujah Blues Band
The Hallelujah Blues Band Band Bio
The HallelujahBlues Band is a power rockin' band based in
Phoenix, Arizona that will rock your blues away.
What makes this band so special is that they appeal to everyone, regardless of
gender, religious affiliation, age, or race. Everyone enjoys the music of
The HallelujahBlues Band.
The HallelujahBlues Band performs for a diverse selection of venues and audiences
such as night clubs, restaurants, private parties, and even
Harley Davidson dealerships. The band also has a heart to serve our community
by performing at fundraisers, charities, churches, ministry events and
a variety of other events & venues. The HallelujahBlues Band has also been
performing at the Arizona State Fairs and Maricopa County Fairs since their inception in 2007.
The HallelujahBlues Band is committed to "serving you with joy",
providing you with high quality live entertainment by performing
a variety of the best blues and rock and roll that is loved by all.
The HallelujahBlues Band can be contacted to provide a custom made
performance for your special occasion or event.
When you have a band that loves to serve you with the joy of good music
that makes people want to dance and sing, you get a happy audience because you got
The HallelujahBlues Band
Serving You With Joy!
Patrick Veit Mike Caruso Rob Lowman
Lead Vocals & Guitar Bass & Backup Vocals Drums
Patrick Veit Biography
Patrick was born the same year rock & roll was born, 1955, when Chuck Berry came out with his first hit “ Maybellene”. Chuck Berry is the father of rock & roll and Patrick’s favorite and most influential guitar player. However, it’s important to note that the origin of rock & roll is the blues. Muddy Waters said it best “the blues had a baby and they called it rock and roll”. Patrick loves performing blues music because it allows him to express his deepest emotions and convey that to his audience.
Patrick was fourteen years old in the summer of 1969 and saved up enough money to buy his first guitar. He didn’t even know how to play it but was determined to learn, so he taught himself. It didn’t take long before he joined a high school rock band and was playing the current hits of the day and oldies from the 50’s. It’s been a long time since high school and he’s been in many bands over the years including performing in the 25th Infantry Division band during his army enlistment in 1977. In 1997 Patrick founded the gospel rock band of Wilby Dunn. After a successful 10 year period with Wilby Dunn, he changed the band’s name to The Hallelujah Blues Band in 2007 to perform for a wider audience.
Some of Patrick’s other musical accomplishments include songwriting, guitar teacher, leading worship at church, being a team member in worship bands, recording studio experience, playing lead and rhythm guitar, and singing lead and backup vocals. Patrick is known to instantly fill in for bands and worship teams on a moment’s notice with little to no rehearsal, though he does believe rehearsing is very important. Playing guitar is Patrick’s passion and joy. It’s not unusual for him to play guitar for up to four or five hours a day. Patrick’s joy is to express joy through his music so others can experience that joy.
As the leader of The Hallelujah Blues Band, Patrick functions as the rhythm and lead guitarist, lead vocalist, band manager, booking agent, songwriter, band promoter, performance promoter, and developer for several band websites. Patrick loves being in The Hallelujah Blues Band because he performs a variety of music that appeals to everyone and that keeps everyone happy which helps Patrick to live up to the band’s motto, “Serving You With Joy”!
Michael A. Caruso Biography
Mike is a self-taught musician originally from Connecticut where he started playing Bass Guitar at the ripe old age of 14. He played in a number of the typical late 60’s garage bands before settling into a 5-piece band by the name of “Watchdog”. The band had much local success and went on to win the Fairfield County and Connecticut State Battle of the Bands Competitions. The 5-piece band evolved into a 10-piece jazz/rock band called “Ten High” with a 5-piece horn section. The band grew into local and tri-state prominence and was booked weekly for various venues. When real life took over band members with jobs, marriage, and children, “Ten High” broke up and it set Mike on a 20-year hiatus from playing. Towards the end of those 20-years, Mike had begun playing again and had relocated to Illinois where he formed “The Village Blues Band” that later evolved into “Lost Karma” that performed regularly in the Chicago area. In 2017 Mike relocated to Arizona and joined “The Hallelujah Blues Band” where he has been able to practice and hone his melodic style of Bass playing with the Blues music he loves to play. “The Hallelujah Blues Band” performs a variety of Blues and Rock music that appeals to a wide range of audiences.
Rob Lowman Biography
Rob Lowman is a well accomplished drummer with over 40 years of performance experience. He has been in many bands of many styles of music over the years.
Rob is what you might call “the quiet one” but when the show begins you can always count on Rob to give you the steady beat required for a successful performance. Rob has several drum kits to fit whatever the show requires, depending on the venue, the audience and type of event. Rob is also equipped with his own lighting and sound systems for his drum set-up making his contribution a complete package for the show. Rob has been a much appreciated addition to The Hallelujah Blues Band since 2015, always performing with a smile on his face to serve you with joy.