The QuadraTones

The QuadraTones Quintet were born out of Ted Waterhouse & his then partner Johnny Johnson’s Love of a Big Sound and Good Time Music. With their fellow pros (Dave Block of The JumpJax on Bass & Vocals and Phil Wimer on Guitar & Vocals) they've continued to expand their repertoire of Jump-Blues, R&B, Rock-a-Billy and other High Energy Tunes. Ace Harmonica player Kevin McCraken has replaced Jumpin' Johnny Johnson on Harp while Drummer Extraordinaire Wes Starr (formerly of Asleep at the Wheel and now with Mark Hummell and the Golden State Lone Star Blues Review) rounds out the Quintet. These five amazing musicians play a Great Selection of Tasty Originals as well as an Eclectic Selection of Covers, all delivered in their own Inimitable Style. Ain't Nobody Gonna Sleep when The QuadraTones are in the House!

For opportunities to enjoy The QuadraTones, see events listed below

For Booking contact Ted Waterhouse @ (805) 704 -5116 or /contact

Phil Wimer, Wes Star, Dave Block, Kevin McCracken & Ted Waterhouse

Upcoming Events

The Secret Garden @ Sycamore Mineral Springs Resort
1215 Avila Beach Dr., SLO
(805) 595-7302
Thursdays     3pm to 6pm
March 28th
April 25th
May 23rd

Mulligans Avila Beach
June 7th 5pm to 7pm




Three Exciting New Tracks by The QuadraTones
CD on Sale @ Gigs   $10

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         Select Cover Tunes w/ Associated Artists 

But Always Played Our Way!
Rock 'n Roll (Led Zeppelin)                                    Fire   (Jimi Hendrix)
Rescue Me  (Fontella Bass)                                   New Speedway Boogie (The Grateful Dead)
I can't Stop Lovin' You (Ray Charles)                    Consider Me Gone (Sting)  
Highway 61 Revisted (Bob Dylan)                        Shaky Ground (The Temptations)
I'm Walkin' (Fats Domino)                                    Operator (The Grateful Dead)
Blow Wind, Blow (Muddy Waters)                        Everybody's Cryin' Mercy (Mose Alison)
Bring It On Home To Me (Sam Cooke)                  Lovin' Cup (Paul Butterfield Band)
                           I'm Just Your Fool (Little Walter/The Rolling Stones)