Info About The Band Members


Lead Vocals
Kevin Alfinez was born in New York.  He moved to Miami, Fl.  in 1978 with his family.  He began drumming at the ripe age of nine when his father, also an accomplished singer/drummer in bands throughout New York City, introduced him to the world of music.  Kevin began playing in various garage bands throughout his junior high and high school years while also performing in marching and concert bands.  He also competed in State competitions and received superior ratings for his drumming techniques.  Barely out of high school, Kevin began touring, playing Rock and Roll on the A Club circuit, while also recording in the studio.  You could say that this helped him develop a wild & crazy character while putting on the best live performance night after night.  In 1992 he landed himself a sweet gig playing with RCA/Epic and Sony recording artist Stevie B.  In the 20 years he has been in the music industry Kevin has brought power, musicianship, and vocal ability to all the bands he has been a part of, and puts on a great show while also bringing out the best in his band mates.  When asked what are Kevin's goals in life he states, “To be the best Husband, Father and Musician he can possibly be...because without family, friends and a strong woman to be your foundation, everything else is meaningless.”
 
 
 

Bass and backup vocals.
Mark has been playing Bass since the age of 14 and has proven to be a solid foundation for the very energetic sound of Eclipse.  Since the 1980's Mark has been on the local music scene, playing in such bands as Shaker, The Toys, Electric Lover and The Secret.  mark also recorded and toured with signed acts such as Freedom Cage under Z-Records label out of Liverpool England and opening up for acts such as Quiet Riot and Mr.  Big.  Mark's versatile playing style has become a perfect compliment to Eclipse.
 
 
 

Drums & Vocals
( George's bio will be here soon. 04/18/16 )
 
 
 

Lead guitar, Lead and back-up vocals.
Harley Basadre was given a guitar when he was 7 years old.  By the age of 14, he was playing professionally in the local club circuit.  Classic Rock is his primary calling.  At the age of 15, he and his teenage bandmates were the youngest rock band ever to have a residency at the legendary Tobacco Road.  He has his picture placed on the Wall of Fame at Tobacco Road.  He completed 4 years of training in jazz guitar at New World School of the Arts and traveled the United States as a guitarist for the Thelonious Monk Institute.  He has guitar training from the University of Miami, Stanford University, the Jamey Aebersold Summer Jazz Workshop and the exclusive, by invitation only, Brubreck Institute Jazz Colony.  He won the Outstanding Solo Guitarist Award two years in a row at Essentially Ellington at Rockefeller Center in New York City.  Harley sings, plays piano, bass and drums.  But his heart is playing his guitar.