The Denver, CO based KDog and The Howlers features veteran players Kevin Weissman (guitar & vocals), Tim Molinaro (drums & percussion), Jack Erwin (bass) and Chuck Lettes (pedal Steel & sax) – Playing an eclectic mix of Americana, Rock & Blues - Something for everyone! Check out their album City Lights.
Kevin Weissman has been performing in Colorado and surrounding region for many years, often stepping in to front a band in need of his unique ability to entertain and engage audiences.
As a member of The Trubelos, he shared lead vocals, guitar, songwriting and arrangements - co-producing their album Tumbleweed Road.
In addition, Kevin has performed with artists as varied as David Lindley, Big Head Todd, The Kingston Trio, LeAnn Rimes and a host of other local and national acts, at such venues as Bluebird Theater, Herman’s Hideaway, Teikyo Loretto Heights Theater, The Fillmore, Boulder Creek Festival, Glenwood Springs Strawberry Days, Little Bear and numerous other festivals and concerts.
Tim (Chooch) Molinaro was born in Detroit. Since moving to Colorado, he has been the drummer for many Colorado based bands including The Jinns, The Affrosippi Band, Boa & the Constrictors, Sammy Dee Morton Band, Eef & the Blues Express, Kirby Verarde and The Ricky Earl band.
He has shared the stage with Peter Frampton, Little Feat, Wanda Jackson, The Blasters, Dave Alvin and Tab Benoit.
Tim is also a professional Drum Tech for Roger Palm of ABBA, Joseph Zigaboo Modeliste of The Meters, and JR Robinson of Michael Jackson, Stevie Windwood and Peter Frampton.
Chuck Lettes is a master pedal steel player and a member of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.
Jack Erwin A Colorado native, Jack Erwin started playing bass at the age of ten. Since then, he expanded his broad music taste far beyond the classic rock and metal of his teen band, Entity. he started playing the local Denver blues jams and fell in love with the blues and soul. Jack played with Dan Treanor's Afrosippi Band with Erica Brown and Merrian Johnson. Jack jokes about how his small sausage fingers get in the way of his bass playing, but his friends and colleagues know otherwise. While comfortable being in the back line, his playing and personality bring him out front.