Ron Moody & the Centaurs

Most musical groups, if they ever get off the ground, last a few years and then fade into obscurity.  Some, if fortunate, may last several years, but only a very select few perform for decades!  Such is the story of Ron Moody and the Centaurs.  Founded in the mid-1960's, they are still entertaining audiences today with an all-star lineup and a consistent level of talent and professionalism that is unparalleled.

Today's group is still fronted by lead singer, Ron Moody, just as it was in the '60's when they recorded their hit "If I Didn't Have A Dime" on Columbia Records.  Filling out the current roster are a who's who of stellar musicians including long-time Centaurs Wayne Eaves (sax/vocal), Chuck Rush (trombone/vocal), and Walter Worman (keyboards).  Newly added to the band are Arthur "Skeeter" Glenn (trumpet/vocal), Hudson Enroughty (drums), Rich Mason (bass/vocal), and Steve Brown (guitar/vocal) .  "This is the best band I have ever had!" says Moody.

Ron Moody and the Centaurs have performed at countless festivals, corporate functions, and private events with an unmatched standard of energy and excellence.  "This is a real band," comments Kelly Harrison editor of The Beach Music Reporter Magazine.  "There are no pre-recorded parts, fake synthesized horns, or vocal enhancements in this group.  As a matter of fact, The Centaurs have one of the best horn sections anywhere!"

An evening with Ron Moody and the Centaurs is a musical roller coaster ride through five decades of rock and soul.  It is a non-stop event from first note to last.

In today's fickle, disposable music world, where style unfortunately trumps substance, itís good to know that some groups have equal parts of both.  The longevity of this band says it all.....

Ron Moody and the Centaurs are truly timeless!