The Fake Four

Andrew Hill
Andrew is the founder and producer of Sixtiesmania and has been with the show since day one. (Since 1988). He is the left-handed bass player in the band and also one of the 4 lead vocalists. An absolute mad Beatles nut since he can remember, Andrew's favourite group in the show are of course ....the Beatles! As an avid McCartney fan he has won world wide praise for his renditions of classic McCartney Beatles songs, both vocally & visually. He enjoys touring and meeting new people, as well as seeing other countries. When asked his favourite place to tour he says there are too many to pick from but top of his list is Hong Kong (great electronics & gadgets!), New York (safest place I've ever been to) and of course Canada (It's like a postcard, absolutely beautiful place). He is enjoying, and very proud of, Sixtiesmania's continued success in Las Vegas, Nevada, the entertainment capital of the world.

Matt Fenicchia, guitarist and vocalist, joined Sixtiesmania Showband in February 2004.His love of British Invasion and sixties music in general has become a great addition to the show. Sharing a keen interest in vintage gear and playing styles with his predecessor Glen McCallum has aided his seamless transition into the dynamic showband that is...Sixtiesmania!!!

Chris Cardenas hails from Burbank, CA. a suburb of Los Angeles . He began learning to play drums at age 11. He progressed so quickly that his first gig was at 14 playing drums for a jazz/fusion band where the other players were over twice his age! Chris is also an accomplished vocalist as well. Singing is very much a second nature to him, saying that he was singing before he could form words. Chris grew up playing drums and singing with many different area bands. At one point being in 12 bands at once! Chris is an accomplished jazz, rock and fusion drummer so he can easily blend in to just about any style of music. And with a one of a kind voice and an ear for harmonies he can sing lead or backing vocals with ease.

Henry Mateus is originally from Los Angeles where he began drumming at age 5. Played drums and sang lead vocals for many original bands in L.A. and played the Hollywood club circuit; Roxy, Troubador, Gazzaris, Whisky a-Go-Go, FM Station and Country Club, all while still in his teens. The big record deal never came but Henry produced his original album on his own and landed 6 of his original songs on Network Television (NBC) on "Pensacola Wings of Gold". Henry plays and teaches guitar, keyboards and bass in addition to drums and vocals. Henry loves all styles of music but his favorite is Rock and Roll from the 1960's. It was John Lennon and John Fogerty that inspired Henry to sing and play guitar and Ringo Starr that inspired him to play drums. Henry moved to Las Vegas from L.A. in 2007 to teach music and perform Classic Rock in The Casinos.