“We Groove - You Move” is the mantra of One Time Weekend - the innovative shred-funk Connecticut quartet bringing driving grooves with a melodic and progressive edge to the universe. One Time Weekend is known for their live shows - delivering a high-energy musical experience at every performance as twin lead guitarists, Adam Eytan and Zac Mulcahy shred over bassist and lead vocalist Ian D’Arcangelo’s funky bass lines and dynamic vocals while Ben “Beano” Sullivan mans the pocket holding it all down with his rhythmic energy - all of which keeps OTW Nation grooving and moving.
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Adam Eytan: Guitar and vocals. His musical inspirations include Metallica, Pink Floyd, Revocation, Chon, Phish, Stevie Wonder, Alice In Chains, Julian Lage, Mr. Bungle, Elliott Smith, and Coheed and Cambria. His favorite color is black, but if that doesn’t count then teal. Aside from music, his passions include basketball and broing down. Adam graduated from the Berklee School of Music class of 2020
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Ben Sullivan: Drums, percussion backup vocals. Ben is a self taught drummer whose main musical inspirations include , Todd Sucherman (Styx) and Neil Peart (Rush). Ben listens to a wide variety of music ranging from Paul Simon all the way to RATM. Outside of music he can be found working on his digital and sculpture artwork. Ben can dunk a basketball and has finished the Meat Mountain at Arby’s.....twice.
Zac Mulcahy: Guitar, keyboards and vocals. His musical inspirations include Barefoot Truth, Vulfpeck, Jimi Hendrix, AC/DC, and Jeff Howard. Zac can spin a basketball on his finger, ride a unicycle, juggle, and has a hacky sack record of of 94. Other passions include, skateboarding and pumping iron.
Ian D'Arcangelo: Bass guitar and lead vocals. His musical inspirations include Victor Wooten, Bruce Hornsby, The Beatles, The Grunge Era, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Martin Sexton. Other than music, Ian enjoys hiking, camping, graphic design and film. He is addicted to spicy sweet chili Doritos. Let's hit the slopes.
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