Flashback Band

flashback band bios

Flashback Band is a longtime staple in the South Florida music scene.  The members of Flashback have been entertaining in the South Florida area for over twenty years.  From corporate events and weddings, to outdoor festivals and nightclubs, we make every effort to bring you the classic music the way you remember it.  Our four piece band also utilizes talented horn players and female vocalists, depending on what your event calls for.  We look forward to making your party a success!  

Jeff Chafin shredding his guitar as usual!


Jeff comes from a musical family: his mom was a singer and majored in vocal performance at the University of Miami, and his father was a professional sax player and a member of the United States Airforce Band, Airmen of Note.  Jeff started playing guitar at age 11 and quickly found himself playing at teen dances and events. Having attended FAU for guitar studies, Jeff has honed his style from 40 years of playing live gigs of every genre including off-Broadway pit gigs, weddings, and conventions. Jeff has played in many groups over the years, notably RSVP, Jason Colannino and the Copeland Davis group. A master piano technician who has tuned for Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Harry Connick Jr., and many others, Jeff and his wife Sue manage Chafin Musicenter, the landmark Lake Worth music store opened by Jeff’s father, Paul, in 1956. 

Mr. Jimmy Loscalzo sings Rock N' Roll, Jazz, Soul and lots in between just the way you remember them. AND he holds the rhythm section down with his drumming.


After seeing The Beatles on The Ed Sullivan Show, Jim was determined to learn the drums and sing along with everything that was popular at the time, such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and The Bee Gees. When Jim moved to Florida in 1976 he joined a Leesburg-based band called “Rambo Street,” playing venues all along the southeast, from Little Rock and Hattiesburg Mississippi, through Georgia and all over Florida. When Jim settled in the West Palm Beach area in 1983 he became a member of one of the "Abbey Road" restaurants house bands. Over the years Jim has backed up legends like Little Anthony and The Imperials, Chuck Berry, and Clarence Clemons, to name a few.  In 1988 Jim joined his friend and fellow band member Jeff Chafin in a successful wedding band, RSVP, for over 10 years, before he and Jeff founded Flashback in 2005. Jim and his wife Dawn have been married for 25 years, and they have two children, Dana and Joey.  

Jim Marino does it all! He sings, play guitar, keyboard covering a range of instrument from his magical keys.


 A singer-songwriter originally from New Jersey, Jim has lived in South Florida for over 20 years. Jim has been a full time musician playing guitar and piano in a variety of venues throughout South Florida including the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines show band. Jim has also performed his own original music in opening acts for Bruce Springsteen, Leon Russell, Jimmy Buffett and Steve Goodman. 

Lucie Pierro sings with Flashback Band, she knows a song or two...

Lucie Pierro, Vocals

Lucie Pierro jumped into the profession of performance art at the age of 15, and went on to earn her Bachelor of Music at the University of Miami. With a passion for the stage to share her love of music, she has over 16 years of professional experience in dance, singing, film, song writing, radio and theater including the National Tour of Cats and many others. She owns and operates Soultaco Media, a live room music studio in Boca Raton, Fl, for singers, voice-over artists and small groups. A vocal coach, she works with singers at all levels to find their best voice. 



James Wills is a longtime professional bass player who has shared the stage with the likes of Engelbert Humperdinck, Ray Charles, Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr., and Allison Krauss.  A few of his biggest influences include James Jamerson, Victor Wooten, Verdine White, and David Hungate. Jim is from Roanoke Virginia, and he's been playing professionally for 45 years. 

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Greg started his career with the original Classics, a pop rock band formed in Jacksonville, Florida. He went to school with the lead singer, Dennis Yost, at Andrew Jackson High. After a name change to The Classics IV they became principally known for hits like "Spooky," "Stormy," and "Traces of Love," all of which have become cover standards. Unfortunately, Uncle Sam had other plans for Greg’s future, so he missed out on a lot of the good stuff when I got drafted, but at least he can say he got a taste of the limelight...and it was great while it lasted!  He’s been gigging ever since and still lovin’ every minute of it!