Michael G.


Michael started singing at a very young age and displayed the love of singing with a very strong voice and started performing in clubs just out of High School.  Michael performed with local cover bands, Voodoo, Masters of Rock, and many more as well as an original project with the band “Friday’s Child” where he co-wrote and recorded his original songs.

In 2017 Michael joined Foreigner Unauthorized as Lead Vocalist fronting one of the bests if not the best Foreigner Tribute in the U.S. Michael not only is a “Top notch” Vocalist with the abilities to duplicate the iconic voice of Lou Graham, he is also a very accomplished guitarist.



Max is a very talented musician started playing Guitar, Bass, Drums and harmonica at the age of 12. Max is a native of Naples Italy during the mid 70’s toured in Europe with his group.

In the late 70’s he move to the US and  continued with his passion for music. He has been a member of several different bands in California did some studio work in the US and started a Jazz group “Gypsy Moon”. He has shared the stage in Jazz venues with greats like: Marc Antoine, Acoustic Alchemy, Peter White, Richard Elliot, George Benson, Jeff Golub, Huge Groove, Steve Oliver an many more.

Founder and former member and lead guitarist of Midnight Run  Journey tribute. Max worked as a studio musician for MCA records in Rome and rocked the air waves with his own radio show 91.5 FM RTSI Naples Italy.



Born and bred in the “Rust Belt” of Northeastern Ohio, Rik grew up around some of the industry’s finest. Centrally located between Cleveland, Akron and Pittsburgh Rik was exposed early to artists like Chrissie Hynde, Joe Walsh, Donnie Iris and Rick Derringer to name a few.

While an engineer at Peppermint Records in Northeast Ohio, his musical talents were often recruited to perform on various recordings as well as arrange and sing lead and backing vocals, guitar and keyboard. Rik wrote and produced commercial jingles and arranged original compositions for solo artists and songwriters.

In 1990 Rik hooked up with the Chicago Style Blues Band “Mars Needs Women” playing harmonica, Organ and Piano sharing the stage with the likes of Blues greats, “Fat Boy Slim” and “Bobby Blue Bland.”



Phil recognized his musical abilities at a very early age and continued throughout the years with his love for music by establishing a solid reputation in the central California music scene as one of the top bassist in the area.

Phil has participated in several tribute bands, Alice Cooper, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones and many more. Recognized as a “Pocket” player, Phil loves to perform and strives to duplicate every songs to perfection. In addition to playing with Foreigner Unauthorized, Phil is the Bassist for a local cover band “L Train”.

Soren Harvey


Soren was born in Orange County and moved to Stockton with his mother, brother and sister as a young child. He developed a fascination with music when he was very young and began playing drums in high school. He started playing in garage bands after high school and played in several working cover bands and A few original Christian rock bands around Stockton and Modesto as well as doing a bit of session work throughout his twenties.

He moved to the Fresno area in 1992 and his first Fresno band was a really fun original project called Cajun Mary and he has played in numerous local bands ever since. In addition to Foreigner Unauthorized, he is currently the drummer for the AC/DC tribute band FuseBox and he play drums, sings and play a bit of harmonica in classic rock cover band Lit-Up.

He has a real passion for drums and he build, repair and refurbish drums for Bentley’s Drum Shop in Fresno.

Larry Hollister


Growing up in Santa Barbara, California, Larry fell in love with music at a young age, and was particularly inspired by the evocative power of synthesizers as displayed by early progressive rock innovators like Rick Wakeman, Tony Banks and Keith Emerson. His musical career began modestly with several local bands, but eventually he moved to Seattle to join his first full-time touring band, Pulse, which played rock clubs throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. After spending a year in a another touring band, he co-founded the band Secrets, whose career would span 12 years working across the entire western United States, playing rock covers along with many of Larry’s original songs. His bandmates included such luminaries as Boston lead vocalist & guitarist David Victor and symphonic rock recording artist Lana Lane, and they did studio recording work with Satriani engineer John Cuniberti and Bay Area violinist/harpist Carlos Reyes. Larry’s bands also shared billing with stars including Maria Muldaur, Richard Marx and Elvin Bishop, and he worked a stint as multi-keyboardist in the orchestra for a Santa Barbara production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Jesus Christ Superstar”, featuring the stars of the film, Ted Neely, Carl Anderson and Yvonne Elliman.

Over the years Larry has mastered many classic keyboards including the Fender Rhodes, Minimoog, Hohner Clavinet, Yamaha DX7, Roland Jupiter 8, Korg M1, Roland S50 sampler, and Yamaha CP-80 Electric Grand Piano. He currently performs with Roland and Nord keyboards.

The music of Foreigner is the perfect fit for Larry’s skill set, with its rich tones and complex synthesizer patterns interwoven with expressive piano and soaring organ textures, all in the context of hard-driving rock & roll.