This exciting young band from Wilderville, Oregon consists of
four members: Robert Biscarret, 18, on guitar and vocals; Lenea
Patterson, 15, on keyboards and vocals; Kyle Camilleri, 18, on
drums and Jeff Morgan, 16, on bass guitar. Since forming late
in 2006, they have opened for country music star Hal Ketchum,
and in January of 2007, they won first place in the under 21
band contest at the Seventh Annual Rogue Valley Blues Festival
in Ashland, Oregon. There they competed against other bands from
as far away as California. They received a lot of positive feedback
from the fans and judges, which included among other notables,
blues legend, Hawkeye Herman. In March of 2007, they released
their first CD "Wishing Our Lives Away".
Last summer, Yesterday placed second in the Jackson County
Fair's Fairapalooza band contest.
Yesterday started when Lenea and Robert met. With music being
a common bond between them, they decided to start their own band.
Lenea had been singing for over ten years, getting her inspiration
from Billie Holliday and Koko Taylor. Robert taught himself to
play guitar, listening to the likes of Muddy Waters and B. B.
King. Both of these youngsters were anxious to take their music
to the next level, and after adding Jeff and Kyle, the magic
really started. They practice together every week in a 100 year
old log cabin, playing their own, original music, while at the
same time managing to throw in a few of the more classic blues
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/yesterdaylcp