Dynamic.   Memorable.   Professional. 

This classic rock, rhythm & blues, and country music cover band has a HOT beat!  Dance “All Night Long” with one of the hottest bands playing the Tucson live music scene.  No matter what the venue, the crowd always has FUN!

You’ll hear your favorites–whether it’s George Strait, the Rascals, Jimmy Buffet, the Allman Brothers, Loggins & Messina, Tom Petty, the Rolling Stones, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Sam & Dave and others.

Good Question’s tight harmonies have been featured at the Paradiso Lounge at the Casino del Sol; SAACA (Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance) events; Classic Car shows; Harley Davidson Hogtoberfest; Tucson Electric Park Padres games; Tucson-area restaurants and private parties.  Their versatility and variety of songs allows for custom shows unique to the audience.

Laughing.   Dancing.   Toe-tapping.   Everyone has a GREAT time!

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PROFESSIONAL MUSICIANS :

Steve’s (drums and vocals) originally from Dayton Ohio. His natural sense of rhythm and remarkable vocal range grew into a distinctive sound during the four years that he played with the original Good Question in England from 1984-1988. He played with several groups in North Carolina and played everything from country to classic rock.  He spent several years singing Do Wop, 4 part harmony, with a group called American Thunder, which just happened to have one of “The Diamonds” signers in it.  Songs like, “Little Darlin, The Stroll, Why Do Fools” and many more.   Some of the groups that he performed with and opened for were Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, The Drifters just to to name a few  This group was nominated for best quartet in 2005 in Nashville Tennessee. He was always a rocker by heart and he re-formed Good Question and continues to stand out as a unique local talent.

Dave (lead guitar and vocals) polished his smooth vocal skills and innovative arrangements as a founding member of the Desert Cadillacs and Rhythm Inc.  An established group in Southern Arizona, the Desert Cadillacs have opened for Chuck Berry, America, the Beach Boys, the Rascals, the Lovin’ Spoonful, the Coasters, the Drifters, the Turtles, the Grass Roots, the BoxTops, and Paul Revere and the Raiders. Dave has owned his own sound company, Location Audio, since 1984 and is a proficient sound engineer.

Peter (bass guitar) grew up in upstate NY— Kingston-Woodstock.  He started making music in the 4th grade on Alto Saxophone and hasn’t stopped since. He added bass to the list of instruments he can play, a couple of years later, when friends asked him to join their band. Over the years, Peter has performed on both coasts and has had the privilege of playing and recording with some great musicians & friends.

Paul’s (keyboards) incredible gift for being able to play any tune he hears is evident in his distinctive style. His musical talent grew as he spent several years in a US Army band touring West Germany.  Paul and Dave have a long musical partnership that started in the 1980’s in a band called “Easy.”  Also a member of the Desert Cadillacs, Paul can play a wide variety of musical instruments.