The Supervillains Bio:
In their eleven-year existence, the Supervillains have grown from hometown heroes in St. Cloud, to a national force in the resurgent ska and reggae scenes. Since the release of their debut national album "Grow Yer Own" on LAW records in 2006, the Supervillains have been on a torrent, logging over 400 shows and leaving crowds in a swirling frenzy from coast to coast. Their patented sound is generated by a rock-solid rhythm section including two vocalists in band founders Scott Suldo (guitar) and Dominic Maresco (drums). Bassist Daniel Grundorf provides the low-end super-glue that paves the way for the fiery horn section of Jonathan Cestero (tenor sax) and Ricardo San Jose (trumpet). Their "anything goes" live performances give way periodically to their onstage musings and commentary, which oftentimes is as memorable as the music. Capitalizing on the many different musical influences of the band members, their sets usually volley between Operation Ivy-style speed-punk and Studio One-era reggae punctuated with southern harmonies and Latin brass.