Every once in a while you go out and see a group that touches your soul, and even further beyond that, you remember why you enjoy seeing live music in the first place.
So, who are they?
Off the Dome cannot be classified into one particular style. Since the beginning they've been known to be eclectic, touching on genres such as Psychedelic Rock, Funk, Jazz, and Reggae. In the end, the music changes, but it's always been the same four guys playing it.
The comradery that exists on stage between Zack, Aaron, Rob, & Spigs is contagious and extends to the people they play to and beyond. Shows are an experience, and the lengthy catalogue of songs keeps it fresh and interesting, with people coming back for more each time. With each passing gig, the fan-base extends, the same four word phrase being uttered each time:
“Welcome to the crew."
Meet the Band
Zack Borgstedt - Lead Vocals/Guitar
From the moment he steps on stage, you're hooked! Zack Borgstedt delivers an insane amount of energy from start to finish. Between his "creation of space" on guitar to his mesmerizing lead vocals, Mr. Borgstedt is sure to deliver a powerhouse performance, night after night.
John "Spigs" Spignesi - Lead Guitar/Backing vocals
When he's not entertaining the crowd with his goofy stage banter, John Spignesi can usually be found deep in a jam. His ability to listen and adapt to a multitude of styles has gained the attraction of listeners. And if that wasn't all, look at that hair!
Aaron Stapleton - Bass/backing vocals
Brought up with absolutely zero formal training, Aaron Stapleton is a force to be reckoned with. His ability to dive deep into a jam and turn it on a dime is something that makes Off the Dome what it is today. If you get the chance, check out his interactions with Spigs during shows, absolutely hilarious.
Robert Engengro - Drums/Backing Vocals
He started on a briefcase, and look where he is now! A rhythmic rocker by nature, Robert Engengro is known for his ability to play a multitude of styles and genres. His hilarious stage banter is only the icing on a cake that keeps listeners entertained, all night long.