...Comes Around

3sa

3sa was born and raised in Texas where she started singing gospel music in church at age 3. Her father used to tell her she was born with a built in microphone.

 

At the age of 19 she "ran away with the circus" to do Advanced Advertising for the show. The Co-Producer found out she could sing and brought her to the show. She eventually worked her way up to announcing the Three Ring Circus as The Singing Ring Mistress.

 

 3sa spent most of her 3 month haitus in Sarasota every year and in the winter of 2005 she was introduced to the Blues Music Scene in Sarasota.  Knowing that this was where she wanted to be, she decided not to return to the circus, and join a band instead!

 

Since then, 3sa has been in several bands including Lionheart, Vine Street, Suncoast, and Gypsy Hyway. 3sa was the Grand Prize Winner for Sarasota's Got Talent in 2010. She has sat with many of the great bands such as The Henry Lawrence, Funky O, The Venturas, Jennifer and Her New Digs and many others. She is looking forward to being able to share her stage with the many wonderful musicians that have showed her the same kindness.  


Just in the past year, 3sa has opened for and sang backup with Amazing Super Star Artists such as:

Bret Michaels of Poison, Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray, Ed Kowalczk of Live, John Cafferty and Michael "Tunes" Antunes of The Beaver Brown Band, Taylor Dane, Fee Waybill of The Tubes, Dave Jenkins of Pablo Cruise, Skip Martin of Kool & the Gang, Alex Ligertwood of Santana, The Temptations Review, Wally Palmer of The Romantics, Jimi Jamison of Survivor, Jerry Riggs, Barry Dunaway, and The Orleans Band!  She is also looking forward to two shows this Christmas with Taylor Dane and even more shows with more Stars next year!

Roger Lambert
Roger started playing out at the age of 14, and was on the CBS show "Where It's At" at the age of 17.

Roger started playing out at the age of 14, and was on the CBS show "Where It's At" at the age of 17. He spent years on the road, with the six piece national act Home Brew.

 

After returning to Iowa during the Urban Cowboy days, he went country for several years with the award winning band Heartland, who opened for all the major acts of the day. They even performed for President Clinton, where he coined the phrase "I did not play sax with that band"!!

 

Now in Florida, Roger looks forward to entertaining a whole new segment of the country, playing rock and blues with Karma.

Then spent years on the road, with the  six piece national act Home Brew.
After returning to Iowa during the Urban Cowboy days, he went country for several years with the award winning band Heartland, who opened for all the major acts of the day. They even performed for President Clinton, where he coined the phrase "i did not play sax with that band"!!
Now in Florida, Roger looks forward to entertaining a whole new segment of the country, playing rock and blues with Karma.
Roger started playing out at the age of 14, and was on the CBS show "Where It's At" at the age of 17.
Then spent years on the road, with the  six piece national act Home Brew.
After returning to Iowa during the Urban Cowboy days, he went country for several years with the award winning band Heartland, who opened for all the major acts of the day. They even performed for President Clinton, where he coined the phrase "i did not play sax with that band"!!
Now in Florida, Roger looks forward to entertaining a whole new segment of the country, playing rock and blues with Karma.
Roger started playing out at the age of 14, and was on the CBS show "Where It's At" at the age of 17.
Then spent years on the road, with the  six piece national act Home Brew.
After returning to Iowa during the Urban Cowboy days, he went country for several years with the award winning band Heartland, who opened for all the major acts of the day. They even performed for President Clinton, where he coined the phrase "i did not play sax with that band"!!
Now in Florida, Roger looks forward to entertaining a whole new segment of the country, playing rock and blues with Karma.

Roger started playing out at the age of 14, and was on the CBS show "Where It's At" at the age of 17.
Then spent years on the road, with the  six piece national act Home Brew.
After returning to Iowa during the Urban Cowboy days, he went country for several years with the award winning band Heartland, who opened for all the major acts of the day. They even performed for President Clinton, where he coined the phrase "i did not play sax with that band"!!
Now in Florida, Roger looks forward to entertaining a whole new segment of the country, playing rock and blues with Karma.
Paul Luther - Guitar & Vox

Paul Luther first picked up the classical guitar at the age of 7 and was self-taught on the electric guitar in his teenage years.  After leaving school he had a successful run of years playing the electric guitar in his native country England as a session player for many bands, appearing on the tv show 'Top of the Pops' 3 times and performing at some of the country's largest venues, such as, the Wembley arena and the Birmingham NEC. After touring the USA he decided to make the move across the pond at the beginning of 2007. Since then, Paul has performed classical guitar at restaurants and private events and has been in many different cover bands before recently joining Karma.



Bill Petras - Drums & Vox
Before discovering the drums in the mid 80's, Bill played violin, trumpet and sax.  At the age of 14 he began playing with Double Exposure, a local Boston band who exposed him to his first recording studio.  Since then he's been very interested in sound recording and music production.  Over the years he has learned the bass and guitar and enjoys spending his time writing music.  He joined Karma so he can rock out on the drums & keep up the beat!