Mike DuBois (vocals, bass), Adam Rogers (vocals, bass, guitar), Joe McEnany (lead guitar), and Nick Cardillo (drums), offer a combined 50+ years of experience and a high-energy party.
With several previously touring musicians and the band's strong passion for music, the group draws upon its diverse background to bring its audience a unique, up-tempo, high-energy show. Third Period French has played for the 94WIP Eagles Tailgate Zone and was a finalist in the 2015 Wing Bowl Battle of the Bands.
Mike "Fresh" DuBois (vocals, bass), originally from the Harrisburg area, graduated from West Chester University's music program. Mike, a lifetime musician and songwriter, has 10+ years professional experience with vocals, guitar, drums, piano and bass. He also dabbles in instruments such as harmonica, banjo, and more. His musical influences range widely, from The Beatles to Miles Davis to The Lumineers to Claude Debussy. Michael hopes to spend his life working in and around the music world.
Adam "Max Casual" Rogers (vocals, bass, guitar), originally Florida, is a Manayunk local. Adam, a DJ by trade, joined forces with 3PF as a multi-instrumentalist, resident-DJ, rapper, and singer. Adam's "jack of all trade" style lends itself incredibly well to the ever-evolving band. Fun fact: Adam is the running up in Guinness Book of World Records for "Most Hats Owned." Don't believe us? Come to a show and ask him yourself!
Joe McEnany (guitar) is the youngest member of the band. He is currently enrolled at West Chester University in pursuit of a business management degree. His playing style is heavily influenced by Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, and AC/DC, among other bands of that era. He has played guitar for more than 10 years. In addition, Joe plays lead guitar and tours with singer/songwriter Gina Zo from The Voice, Season 10.
Nick "Dillo" Cardillo (drums) is a graduate of West Chester University with a degree in communication studies and marketing. Nick has been drumming for over 10 years. Hitting pots and pans with wooden spoons on his family's kitchen floor as a youngster quickly turned into sitting on stage performing on a full-set with a number of local original and cover bands (though he still likes to use pots and pans). His playing style is greatly influenced by the likes of Chad Smith and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but pulls from all eras and styles of drumming.