Fraser Kerley - Lead Guitar and Vocals

Fraser Kerley was a professional musician from 1970-80 then became a music teacher in the Sooke School District until he retired in 2013. During his time as a teacher, Fraser was always performing in local Victoria bands. These bands included a seven-piece show band (The Waybacks), a rock band (The Maxx) that performed at all of Victoria’s local bars and pubs, several six-piece R &B bands (Backstage Betty & Soul Sonics) that performed at Swans Brew Pub in Victoria.

For the last 10 years, Fraser played with the Blues Band (Blue Cadillac) that was regularly featured in the Victoria and Nanaimo Blues Festivals and Dragon Boat events. He has also played with several other jazz bands and pop bands.

Mark Davies - Lead Vocals and Guitar

Mark Davies is the most recent addition to the Seacruze lineup! Mark is an expeptionally talented singer and guitar player. As well as his his great versions of Elvis and Neil Diamond, Mark can rock with the best of them doing covers of Billy Idol, Trooper and Tom Petty etc. Seacruze looks forward to working with Mark in the coming months to bring anupdated and modernized song list. Stay tuned for more information and updated biography, pictures etc.

Dave Pretty - Rock Band drummer

Dave Pretty - Drums and Vocals

  Dave's father was an experienced jazz drummer who was active in the Victoria music scene during the 1950s-1970s. He taught Dave how to play the drums starting in about 1973. In his youth, Dave played in several rock bands. In the mid 1990's, Dave studied jazz drumming at the Victoria Conservatory of Music and at Malaspina University College. This led to his involvement with several jazz groups including Four, Pacific Standard Time, The Panorama Jazz Quartet, The Lindsay Barber Quartet, Groovin' Hard Big Band and jazz-fusion group Swingit.

Dave helped to co-found the rock band Wharf Street which he played in for about 9 years. He also played briefly in the R and B band Soul Source. Dave continues to maintain band websites and he enjoys creating band graphics. Dave contributed to a chapter on wedding bands in the book "Wedding Planning Advice from the Professionals" by Lisa Gibson.

George Koenig

George Koenig- Bass and Vocals

George Koenig is a teacher at North Saanich Middle School in Sidney, having moved to Victoria in 1994 after completing doubles bass studies with Vancouver Symphony Orchestra principal bassist Ken Friedman at UBC. He's adept at both electric and double bass, and has played them in many different groups over the years, from polka bands to nonets as well as more notable groups such as the Vancouver Philharmonic Orchestra and the VIMA award winning Mike Luno Band.