When it comes to vocals and guitar, no one does the job quite like Rob Stotz. His exquisite voice has captivated audiences far and wide for many years. Whether he is doing his rendition
of Elvis Presley, Paul Anka, Clyde Mcphatter, Roy Orbison, Tony Bennett, Bruno Mars, or any of
the artist he covers, people quickly sit up and take notice. Add to his wide-ranging talent on
guitar, Rob brings a huge asset to all his venues.
Rob began his musical drive at an early age. His first musical break came at the age of 15 when
he was asked to join The Morris Brothers Band from Hershey PA. There he shared vocals and
carried out guitar duties. The country band Ghost Riders eventually lured him over to their side
of the tracks and enjoyed his talents for a lengthy run. He later teamed up with the Excelsiors, a
variety dance band, where he switched to bass guitar and lead vocals. The band Memory Lane
recognized Rob’s talent and appeal to audiences of all ages and called upon him to front their
show as lead vocalist. When Rob landed in the band Menagerie and the road band Pinnacle,
they began a long success performing all over the east coast as well as hometown venues.
With a track record like that, it’s easy to see how Rob knows the business so well. He
frequently works with his fellow group members and makes suggestions that bring the show to
a higher level. As a musician, Rob is very skillful on guitar, bass guitar, drums, and keyboards.
No matter what style of music, Rock, Top 40, Disco or Country, Rob knows how to give the
music his own delightful flavor to engage and entertain the audience.
Joe Camuccio, better known as “Dr. Joe” began his formal music education as a trumpet player at 10 years old. He started singing doo wop on the street corners and subways in his native South Philadelphia at the age of 15. One day he saw Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon and Fabian ride by in a convertible. His dream of performing never left him! He worked his way through college singing with local groups and performed along the west coast of Florida from Tampa to Fort Meyers. His band performed with entertainers such as Lou Christie, Tony Orlando, the Angels and opened for Roy Orbison. He moved back to Philadelphia to finish college and attended Temple University School of Dentistry. After practicing dentistry in Pompano Beach, Florida for over 45 years, he began his journey back to his first love and passion. He began singing again with The Doo Wop Kings and Queen and performed in shows with Johnny and Renée Contino’s Manhattan Harmony as well as the Dons of Doo Wop. Joe became a member of the Five Boroughs in 2016 and later performed with the Imaginations. He also sang locally with Rob Stotz in their Remember Then Duo before forming the new Trio. His passion for Rhythm and Blues comes across in songs from Tommy Tucker to James Brown. “Dr. Joe” loves doing the music of the late fifties, the sixties and seventies and especially loves adding his harmonies to sounds of Remember Then.
Ralph Franzese, better know as RJ has been delighting audiences though South Florida for over 25 years. From Brooklyn, N.Y. , he has appeared in almost every venue in the area and amazes everyone with his extremely varied vocal styles and an ability to sing practically any genre of music. He is best know for one of the most exacting Sinatra imitations in the country and has taken his act as far away as Hawaii ! RJ is the latest addition to Remember Then and brings to the group an even greater versatility. From beloved standards of Sinatra and Bennett, to the amazing falsettos of Frankie Valli and the Bee Gees, from country to rock RJ sings it all!