CONSIDER OUTBACK FOR YOUR NEXT DANCE , EVENT OR CELEBRATION
OutBack is a professional variety band who enjoy the people they entertain, as much as the music they perform. From young to old, this band has music you will love and their crowd participation and spur of the moment comedy always brings chuckles and laughter. OutBack plays many of the favorites in rock and country and keeps current on popular songs. All four of OutBack’s members have been entertaining for over 35 years. Their experience and comfortable attitude with the crowd has gained them quite a following.
Laurie Larsen- Bloomfield, rhythm and vocals was a member of the former Patches All Girl Band and was inducted into the Nebraska Country Music Hall of Fame in Hastings, Nebraska in 2012 and inducted into the South Dakota Country Music Legends in 2011 Tim White singer and lead guitar player from Beresford, SD performed with the US Army band for 7 years and is talented on many instruments such as piano, drums, lead guitar and bass. Nick Leland from Norfolk is a popular singer, guitar and bass player from the Norfolk, Nebraska area. Randee Falter started his career out of high school in California pursuing a musical career and has performed with many groups over the years. He is from Pierce, Nebraska.
Check out outbackband.com, join outback on facebook or call 402-373-2663 or email email@example.com to book OutBack for your next dance, event or celebration.
Bloomfield, Nebraska- Rhythm Guitar, Lead & Harmony Vocals
Laurie has been playing in front of crowds since she was 13 and has opened for greats such as The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Eddie Rabbit, Janie Fricke, Ricky Skaggs and many others.
From Memphis, Tennessee and now lives in Beresford, South Dakota. Joined the Outback Band in October 2016.
Nick (Randy) Leland
From Norfolk, Nebraska well known singer, guitar and bass player from northeast Nebraska.
Jan is in semi retirement but does plan on playing in the band in the future on and off
Lynch, Nebraska – Bass Guitar and Vocals
Jan started 15 years ago. She had no previous experience with a bass guitar. For the first 6 months, she didn’t even know how to tune the bass!!
Howard is in semi retirement and his plans are to play in the band with Jan in the future
Lynch, Nebraska – Keyboard and Vocals
Howard’s music career began with piano lessons in 1957 and continued for three years culminating in an inability to read music, much to the frustration of the teacher and to this very day Howard still cannot read music, but he sure can play it well. “YOU’RE PLAYING BY EAR, AREN’T YOU?”
From Pierce, Nebraska. Well known percussionist from northeast Nebraska.