David Stein – Guitar, Vocals
     Sue Stein – Vocals

     David and Sue have been fronting bands together (House of

     Cards, Passing Kind, Hubcap Annie and The  Whitewalls,

     Good Question and now Soulshine) since moving to the

     Boston area in the late 1980’s. David is a guitar slinger, singer

     and songwriter from the Classic Blues/Rock tradition with

     tastes ranging from Funk to Reggae to Americana. Sue   

     is a full blown front woman with a style all her own, including

     glimpses of Bonnie, Janis, Etta, and Emmy Lou.

     Jim Neighbors - Drums, Vocals

     In a long musical career in the Boston area, this  

     drummer/singer has played nearly every club around,

     including:  The Rat, the Channel, Cantones, Johnny D's,

     T.T. the Bears,   The Tam, The Cantab, The Eagle Brook,

     The  Horseshoe and  many more he can't remember. With

     a  background  playing all kinds of music, from rock and

     roll, R&B, rockabilly and Motown,  Jim finds the right beat

     and holds down the groove for every Soulshine Tune. 


     Bean LeFebvre - Bass, Vocals

     Bean is a veteran of the business, having played with such greats

     such as Chuck Berry, Sha-Na-Na, James Cotton, Lee Greenwood and

     Freddie (Boom Boom) Cannon. He was also the leader of The Bean

     Brothers Rock & Roll Revival, a Member of The Wild Ones, and the

     leader of Against All Odds for many years. A dead ringer for Kenny

     Rogers and an amazing human interest story, Bean combines his

     experience with an endearing spirit and solid sense of purpose and

     holds down the bottom for Soulshine.

Soulshine - Boston is a band of seasoned musicians dedicated to providing music for good times in clubs, concerts, as well as for private and business parties and functions. Our music, both cover and originals, was born from American music - the blues and R and B of our cities, the rural sounds of country and folk and the rock and roll from all over.

Our set list is diverse, from driving rock and funk to mellow ballads and instrumentals. We "play to the audience", whether for dancing or the soundtrack for a great evening.