Pandemonium Noyz Director/Choreographer
Geremy Dingle is a professional performer, producer, and director with credits on many platforms, including film, television, voiceover, live music, and stand up comedy. Drawing from all the art forms he has been fortunate enough to explore, Geremy continues to embrace opportunities to help create entertaining productions in whatever capacity he is able to. Directing the Noyz boys in their debut holiday show was a pleasure from start to finish.
Geremy currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and 2 young sons.
ROGER WOOD is a highly accomplished musician who has performed in multiple Broadway shows and with many well-known
musicians and bands. Some of the Broadway shows Roger has played trumpet for:
Fosse, Evita, Guys and Dolls, Jesus Christ Superstar, Chorus Line, Sweet Charity, Steel Bridge, Cinderella, Chicago and many more.
Roger performed as Lead Trumpet with:
Chico Boro Boro, Sonora Tropicana (Columbia), Sonora Santanera (Mexico), Tom Kubis (Lead Trumpet Monday Night Band), Bill & Gloria Gaither, Jerry Nelson, Larry Dalton, Larry Gatlin, Glen Campbell, Fred Radtke (Harry James Band Leader), Ray Boltz, Ron Kenoly, Larnelle Harris, Sandi Patti, Les Stallings, Tito Puente Jr., Glenn Miller Orchestra (Bangkok 2013),Warren Priske, DeBorah Sharp-Taylor (Supremes, Harry Bellefante, Barry White), Diana Ross (Supremes).
He was the Producer, Musical Director, Musical & Creative Director & Coordinator, Band Leader, Lead Trumpet, Music Contractor for Battle Of The Big Bands (2014-2019) This show performed all over the West Coast of the United States.
Roger is a performing artist for Schagerl and currently plays the JM2 Bb Trumpet, Bob Reeves Mouthpieces.
DIDIER REYES moved to Los Angeles (CA) in 2017, from Bogata, Colombia. Since then, he has been working with many different musical groups, like: “Stone Soul” Rock Band, Son Mayor Salsa Band, Edgar y Lucy Orchestra, Women’s Chorus LA, Sonora Santanera, Big Bands like: Chico Boro Boro Band, The Los Angeles All Star Orchestra directed by Bobby Chavez Jr., Jimmy McConnell’s Big Band, Woody James’s Big Band, This Ain’t your Daddy’s Big Band directed by Rex Merriweather, Carl Saunders Big Band among others having the opportunity not just to perform as part of the band but also as a soloist in different venues such as The Lighthouse, Catalina’s Jazz Bar, The blue whale, more recently I had the
opportunity of playing with the LAPD Symphonic Wood Band (Los Angeles
Police Department) in its 150 anniversary and has been playing with this Band as a voluntary since 2019, La Sonora Dinamita (Latin Grammy nomination 2018 and Billboard nomination 2018,2019,2020) it’s the most famous Latin (Colombian) cumbia Band in the world performing in different venues like Hollywood Bowl, Yost Theatre, The House of Blues in LA and Las Vegas venue, European Music Festival Las Vegas, Gilbert Cedillo’s Latin Jazz & Music Festival, The Queen Mary, Tropicalia Festival, etc.
After high school, JOHN ASTI played with former Glenn Miller Drummer Ray McKinley, Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra w/Lee Castle, Warren Covington and the Pied Pipers and then on the road with the Glenn Miller Orchestra traveling the US and Japan. John toured with the Nat’l Broadway tour of “CATS" and then returned to finish his BS in Music Education from Metropolitan University Denver, CO. John toured with a great Jazz-Fusion group “Kinesis” and played many wonder venues such as the Hollywood Bowl and Reno Jazz Festival. John backed great artists such as the Temptations, 4 Tops, Spinners, Smokey Robinson, Frankie Valle, Natalie Cole, Steve and Ede Lawrence, Johnny Mathis, Engelburt Humperdinck, Jack Jones, Bernadette Peters, Mitzi Gaynor, Frank Sinatra Jr., Debbie Reynolds and shows “Mame” with Juliet Prowse, “Hello Dolly” with Carol Channing and “Damn Yankees” with Jerry Lewis and playing the Nat’l Broadway tours of Jesus Christ Superstar and Crazy for You”. John received a Masters of Music from NJSU and subbed on the Broadway show “CATS, Beauty and the Beast” and Radio City Music Hall. Moving to Las Vegas, John started subbing on “Jersey Boys” at the Paris Casio/Hotel Carl Saunders.
BOB LAWRENCE (Trombone), was born in Orange County California. He began playing trombone at the age of 10 and quickly fell in love with the world of jazz. During his youth Bob won spots in the All Southern California All-Star Jazz Band every year from 2002-2008. From 2008-2010 Bob attended Saddleback College and studied under the direction of Joey Sellers. During that time Bob won the South Orange County Concerto Competition for his performance of the Morceau Symphonique. Bob graduated from the Los Angeles College of Music and has been living in LA where he's quickly establishing himself as a respected and highly in-demand trombone player, arranger, and music educator.
Bob has played trombone for Ebi Hamedi, Googoosh, Geronimo Rauch, Andy Montañez, the Billy Vaughn Orchestra, Craig Cammel Orchestra, the Baba Orchestra, the Afro-Peruvian Jazz Orchestra
(currently nominated for two Latin Grammys for the album Tradiciones), Kim Richmond Orchestra, Luis Enrique, Tony Vega, Poncho Sanchez and his Latin Jazz Band, and many more bands and musicians around the world.
HARRISON KIRK, a graduate of California State University Northridge
and California Institute of the Arts, is a freelance trombonist,
arranger, and instructor in the Los Angeles area. He writes and
performs a variety of music and styles including Jazz, Salsa, Classical and funk. Harrison has also performed with a wide variety of artists including Ellis Hall, Deadmau5 and Marvin Hamlisch. Harrison has over 15 years of experience as a music educator and has worked with K-12 programs, universities and as a private instructor.
EVERETT KELLY is a trumpet player, composer and arranger based in Los Angeles, California. He plays a variety of different types of music ranging from classical and orchestral to jazz, fusion and modern experimental styles. Everett received his Bachelor's in Music from Cal State Northridge in 2016, and his Master's in Music from UCLA in 2018. He has been teaching private trumpet lessons since 2011 and has his own private studio. In addition to playing the trumpet, Everett has composed and arranged multiple pieces for big band, jazz combos and brass quintet. Everett recently released an EP titled “Quarantine EP” and he continues exploring new ways to improve and expand his musical abilities.