Double vision is a unique seasoned duo comprised of two best friends Didi Grisé Moses and Roxanne Charette. Both started in the entertainment industry at very young ages, learning to sing, act, play drums, guitar and piano. Over the course of many years each have had fruitful and productive musical careers performing with and along side many major country artists during their time living in Nashville. Click below for an up close and personal interview with the Ladies of the 70s!
Keyboard - Band Leader
Performed at the Ritz Carlton, Shanghai, China, Worked for Biwako Kisen Co. in Otsu, Japan, Worked for Princess Cruise Lines performing throughout the Mediterranean, Worked for Norwegian Cruise Lines performing throughout the Caribbean, Worked for Holland America Cruise Lines performing throughout Alaska and Canada (1981)
• Teaching Piano to students of all ages for the past 25 years
Todd Weinkle enables Ladies of the 70s to create the signature sounds that rock enthusiasts expect when playing timeless classics. Todd effortlessly combines his profession as a computer consultant with his role as the band’s guitarist. His playing is not only technically precise, but also creative, tasty and emotional.
Robert "Hi-Hat" Carter started playing bass at 16 and ever since has been on this quiet, yet interesting journey. As a musician, he's performed with saxophonist Emeridge "E.J." Jones, vocalist Monica Crosby, guitarist John "Cat" Catalano, John Davis & Company, Eastwind Band (Nabbit Juice Parts I & II), New Mount Olive Music Ministry, blues legend Joey Gillmore, Andre Michaels, actress Lynn Whitfield, The Platters & guitarist Claudio Celso. As composer/arranger, he has collaborated with A&M recording artist Howard Johnson, blues vocalist Betty Padgett and the voice contestant Donna Allen. Over the last 15 years, he's been honing his production skills collaborating with artists including Grammy Award winning producer Don Mizell (Ray Charles, Nicole Henry). He joined Ladies of the 70's in 2021.
Born in New York City, Efrain started playing drums when he moved to Miami, Florida at age 10. His professional career started in 1980 in the South Florida club scene and has continued to the present time. In the early ‘80s, he played with Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose (It’s Too Late to Turn Back Now; Treat Her Like a Lady), with Jimmy Bohorne (Dance Across The Floor), and later with The Drifters and Sister Sledge. In 1988, he found himself on a bigger stage with Expose, while Seasons Change topped the Billboard charts at #1. Efrain then toured with K.C. and The Sunshine Band in the early ‘90s. He is an accomplished studio musician as well. During his career, he has played throughout the United States, in Asia, Africa, Europe, Scandinavia, and the Caribbean.
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