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The Band


Rob & Adrienne

Adrienne got started playing music in James West's band. Rob first started playing guitar at around 8 years old. His mom taught him his first guitar chords. Adrienne is influenced by The Rolling Stones and Fleetwood Mac. Rob grabs his influence from Chris Stapleton and most sad songs. Their biggest accomplishment is the release of their first album "The Wind". One notable performance is sharing the stage with hit songwriter Luke Laird.

Brian Bensinger


Brian has been keeping The Berrys in time since 2014. ​ That's right! Brian began drumming for The Berrys in 2014 before they were The Berrys. He's been a member ever since! ​His influences are Rush, Maynard Ferguson, Foo Fighters, and John Mayer. "As a little kid I would always be tapping along to music that was playing and singing along with it." He was a member of the Rockin' Around The Town Square Christmas Rock Show.


James West


James has been involved with Adrienne musically ever since she was a teenager. He's a widely talented self taught multi instrumental musician. The Monkees were an early influence. One of the first pieces of music he learned was the opening riff to "Last Train To Clarksville". After learning that he was on his way! He is most proud of encouraging and mentoring the wonderfully talented Adrienne Berry. He loves songs that tell a story and loves artists like Jackson Browne, Steve Earle and James Taylor.

Jon Ohlin


Jon grew up in a musical family with a piano always at the ready. Around the age of 12 he was gifted his first guitar and began taking lessons. He's written his own 6 song instrumental EP. The Beatles were his first favorite as well as Green Day and Nickelback. Today he's jamming to Steely Dan, Haywyre, Lettuce, and Snarky Puppy.

Tim Vitullo

Lead Guitar

Tim Vitullo is a Pittsburgh-based artist, sideman, and session man. He has released three records, This is the Thing! (2012), Josephine & Assorted Train Songs (2015), and Running out of Time (2020), and regularly performs with his own group—Tim Vitullo Band— when not rocking on-stage with The Berrys. He has had the pleasure of regularly performing in over a dozen different states and lending his guitar to several regional and national acts. Tim began playing guitar at the age of 14 after studying classical piano, clarinet, and saxophone in grade school. He quickly developed a love for classic rock records, and this sparked his passion for American and British electric blues music. Since then, he’s also been influenced by several jazz, funk, and country artists and continues to mix a variety of styles in his playing. Tim proudly endorses The Rock Slide guitar slides, NF Straps guitar straps, and Rattlesnake Cables.

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