Meet the Band
The Glue Factory plays folk rock and lesser known classic rock and blues in an Americana style. We have fun finding and playing well-crafted songs that appeal to audiences of all ages. It’s the kind of music that has been played on front porches and around kitchen tables and has stood the test of time.
We play everything from Johnny Cash to Miles Davis. Tom Petty to Bob Marley. Cream to Gillian Welch.
The band was formed in 2012 when three guys who work together at an adhesives company (hence the name) got together to jam a bit on weekends. Friends joined in and before we knew it we had a real band.
Our main goal is to have fun playing a wide variety of interesting songs. We mainly play benefit shows in the Nashoba area to raise money for local charities. We’re not quitting our day jobs!
The Glue Factory is:
From Littleton MA, Scott has played guitar for friends and family for many years. After taking lessons on guitar with Steve Sexton the idea of The Glue Factory was born.
A Lowell MA native, Steve has been playing guitar for 30 years. He taught guitar for 15 years prior to starting his career in adhesives. He has played in many bands over the years. Steve enjoys playing many genres including rock, blues and jazz.
Growing up in Medford Ma, Rick had no problem stealing his uncles 1960 Gretsch drum set at the age of 12 and has been playing that same kit for close to 40 years. Rick has been playing in the band “The Shoes” for 30 years but as that band decided to only play a few gig’s a year Rick has been playing around the New England area for the last 5 years in quite a few bands. Rick now brings his energetic classic rock sound to be the engine for The Glue Factory.
Scott is from Medway MA and has been playing piano for friends and family for 40 years.
The Glue Factory is Scott’s first experience with performing in a real band. His influences
include all the rock and country legends of the piano.
Hailing from Lunenburg MA, Tom has been a musician for over 30 years. He has played in numerous bands over the years from coast to coast. You will see Tom play with equal prowess on bass and guitar at The Glue Factory shows. Like everyone else in the band, he enjoys all genres as long as the songs are interesting.