Since then, He and original member and younger brother Tommy Ende have seen many line-up changes while perfecting the group of scoundrels we now call Nasty Habit. The most notable of changes early on, when the loss of their singer meant, then Drummer, Tommy, would get the opportunity to step up as the Lead Singer. A pivotal moment for the bands sound and style. Since then he's been the face of Nasty Habit, taking a front-seat in song writing with Kenny.
With Tommy off the drums, It was no accident when they met David Jordan, the most deviate drummer in all the land. It only took one rough jam of Guns N' Roses "Nightrain" for The boys to decide DJ was just the Beast they'd been looking for. Its his thunderous rhythms that keep listener's from standing still, and his charisma that brings the band's Tongue-in-cheek, and his not stop partying attitude. To complete the revamped line-up, Nasty Habit's recently drafted Frank Wheeler, comes from a long line of bassists with flawless hair.
His loud mouth and rock hard grooves complete the rhythm section of World's rudest band; Nasty Habit. 2. Nasty Habit is a Classic Hard Rock/Big Hair 80's tribute band from Central NY. They have opened for Jefferson Starship, David "Rock" Feinstein, The Rods, and played in a local festival which featured Iron Butterfly. The band also played for NASCAR races on the SPEED TV stage in Watkins Glen in 2004 and 2005.
The band consists of 5 members. Toby "Lee' Becraft on Lead guitar and vocals, Tom Beattie on bass and vocals (Doug "Metal D" Dann on bass and vocals occasionally), Brian Mingle on drums and vocals, Terry (Patrick) Mingle on Keyboards, rhythm guitar, and vocals, and Kenny Romer, Jr. on rhythm guitar and vocals. Nasty Habit was the former official morning show band on I-100 radio in Cortland, NY (99.9FM).
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