Meet The Band


Keyboards, Saxophone & Vocals

As legend would have it, Gregg Allman is credited with finding our young Mark and bringing him out of the wilds of the SF Bay Area music scene and onto the tour bus. After two years touring with Gregg Allman and Friends, the noticeably corrupted musician learned the ways of Pink Floyd and left the Blues world to launch House of Floyd. The rest is history!
Guitar, Lap Steel & Vocals
The gravitas eminating from that black Strat is none other than Alameda's own guitar extroadinare, Pat Potter. It's because of his talents on guitar, lap steel, and vocals that House of Floyd puts up with his endless jokes and puns. Pat is also a fabulous cook and world renowned expert on how to best cook gill-bearing aquatic vertebrates. Streaming live from his hotel hot plate, watch for him on the cooking channel.
Bass & Vocals
He's traveled the globe just to confirm that it is round; in one afternoon he taught Victor Wooten and Jaco Pastorious to play bass; Roger Water's called him for song ideas; ghosts hang out with him just to feel alive; Sasquatch is jealous of his hairy physique; Camel Spiders in the Middle East fear him; Van Gogh went crazy trying to imitate his painting style; and aliens find him hard to believe. He is..."The Most Interesting Man In The World!"
Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Greg does everything with Knowledge!  Whether he's, singing, soloing, tuning, or simply putting away his guitar, it's always done with Knowledge. Greg selects every guitar sound or keyboard patch to achieve just the right Floyd sound with Knowledge. As a guitar instructor he teaches his students to play with Knowledge. Now every guitarist can succeed with Knowledge by getting his first book, a Guitarist's Guide to Improvising With Knowledge. For a sneak preview check out various on-line videos at  Improvising With Knowledge.
Known for his great timing, Stewart joined House of Floyd just in time to sign on for the 2012 India Tour! Despite the fact that he's a south paw, he can still play Floyd in the style of Nick Mason. In addition to teaching young musicians to play drums, Stewart has been seen roaming hotels late at night while banging a cracked cymbal. If you see him, don't approach!  Instead, report his location to House of Floyd.

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Vocals & Percussion 
Despite the fact that Sheri thought Great Gig In The Sky sounded like a bunch of screaming when she first heard it, she has since embraced the song as well as made it her own. She just can't figure out why audiences don't join her to sing along. We don't have the heart to tell her that it's not that kind of song. Maybe it's the blonde hair?
ANGIE Montgomery
Vocals & Percussion
Angie has been with HOF off-and-on since the beginning.  Although she's taken several sabbaticals over the years, she keeps finding her way back to her spot on stage with The House. She must have been born under a lucky star, because she always seems to be in the right place at the right time. We're hoping some of that magic rubs off on the rest of us.

Since 2005 House of Floyd has been performing for enthusiastic Floyd fans. As our show evolved, so has our roster of fantastic musicians.

With much gratitude and thanks we would like to acknowledge those former band mates who have contributed so much to our success:
  • JOE BARTONE - Guitar, Lapsteel, Keyboards, & Vocals
  • EDDIE BERMAN - Drums
  • BILL COONLEY - Guitar, Keyboard & Vocals
  • MELLISSA HARLEY - Vocals & Percussion
  • DAVE KOCKINIS - Guitar
  • MARK TRUJILLO - Bass & Vocals