Rotary is a rock band from central Connecticut. Starting in early 2008, they've been entertaining crowds around New England with their unique brand of premium vintage rock. Drawing on influences across the spectrum of rock and roll, their distinctive original sound is on perfect display with the release of 2012's "Demon Moon". Recorded at Rotary Records in West Springfield, MA with Warren Amerman, the album contains 14 songs written and performed by the band. From classic ballads to driving rock songs, the album plays like a love letter to all of the greats who have inspired them.
The band is made up of lead singer Bob Todaro on keyboards and rhythm guitar, Jack Todaro on lead guitar and vocals, Jeremy Ross on bass, and Adam Clymer on drums. Along with their original music, the band has built up an expansive setlist of rock covers with everything from The Rolling Stones to Los Lonely Boys, Elton John to Jack Johnson, The Beatles to Coldplay and plenty more in between. Their live show is ever-changing and something to be experienced.
Rotary has played many high profile shows thus far in their time together including headlining shows at the Center Stage of Connecticut's largest fall fair, The Durham Fair. Rotary has also opened for The Guess Who as well as played several shows at the legendary Toad's Place. They have also become a mainstay at many local music venues such as the legendary Hungry Tiger and the Main Pub in Manchester. Other notable performances include being a featured act in Mohegan Sun's Sizzling Summer Fun Concert Series and playing with Peter Tork of The Monkees at BeatExpo.