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The 80's MTV Experience

1999 – Prince
Africa – Toto
Against All Odds – Phil Collins
All Night Long – Lionel Richie
Always Something There To Remind Me – Naked Eyes
Another One Bites The Dust – Queen
Axel F – Harold Faltermeyer
Ashes to Ashes – David Bowie
Bizarre Love Triangle – New Order
Borderline – Madonna *
Boys Of Summer – Don Henley
Break it Down Again – Tears For Fears
Bring On The Dancing Horses – Echo And The Bunnymen
Burning Down The House – Talking Heads
Careless Whisper – George Michael
Cars – Gary Numan
Centerfold – J Geils Band
Come Undone – Duran Duran
Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
Dance Hall Days – Wang Chung
Dancing In The Dark – Bruce Springsteen
Danger Zone – Kenny Loggins
Don’t Change – INXS
Don’t You Forget About Me – Simple Minds
Don’t You Want Me – The Human League
Down Under – Men At Work
Drive – The Cars
Electric Avenue – Eddy Grant
Everybody Wants To Rule The World – Tears For Fears
Every Time You Go Away – Paul Young
Everything She Wants – Wham!
Faith – George Michael
Fame – David Bowie
Fashion – David Bowie
Father Figure – George Michael
Footloose – Kenny Loggins
Freedom 90 – George Michael
Friday I’m In Love – The Cure
Get Into The Groove – Madonna*
Ghostbusters – Ray Parker Jr
Girls on Film – Duran Duran
Glamorous Life – Shiela E
Glory of Love – Peter Cetera
Goody Two Shoes – Adam Ant
Hammer To Fall – Queen
Head Over Heels – Tears For Fears
Here Comes The Rain Again – The Eurythmics
Heroes – David Bowie
Hold Me Now – Thompson Twins
Hungry Like The Wolf – Duran Duran
Is There Something I Should Know – Duran Duran
I Can Dream About You – Dan Hartman
I Can’t Go For That – Hall & Oates
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man – Prince
I Got You 1979 – Split Enz
I’m Your Man – Wham!
In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins
I Ran – A Flock Of Seaguls
I Want To Break Free – Queen
I Want Your Sex – George Michael
If You Leave – OMD
In Your Eyes – Peter Gabriel
It’s My Life – Talk Talk
I Would Die 4 U – Prince
I’ve Had The Time of My Life – Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes *
Just Like Heaven – The Cure
Just What I Needed – The Cars
Kids In America – Kim Wilde
Kyrie – Mr. Mister
Lady In Red – Chris De Burgh
Lady You Bring Me Up – The Commodores
Let The Music Play – Shannon
Let’s Go Crazy – Prince
Let’s Dance – David Bowie
Little Red Corvette – Prince
Look of Love – ABC
Love My Way – Psychedelic Furs
Love Song – The Cure
Mad World – Tears For Fears
Maneater – Hall & Oates
Maniac – Michael Sembello
Melt With You – Modern English
Message In a Bottle – The Police
Modern Love – David Bowie
Monkey – George Michael
Mothers Talk – Tears For Fears
New Moon on Monday – Duran Duran
No One Is To Blame – Howard Jones
Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now – Starship
Oh Sheila – Ready For The World
Oh Sherrie – Steve Perry
Once In A Lifetime – Talking Heads
One More Try – George Michael
One Thing Leads To Another – The Fixx
Ordinary World – Duran Duran
Pale Shelter – Tears For Fears
Pop Life – Prince
Pretty In Pink – The Psychedelic Furs
Private Eyes – Hall & Oates
Purple Rain – Prince
Radio Gaga – Queen
Raspberry Beret – Prince
The Reflex – Duran Duran
Relax – Frankie Goes To Hollywood
Ride Like The Wind – Christopher Cross
Rio – Duran Duran
Rock The Casbah – The Clash
Rockit – Herbie Hancock
Rosanna – Toto
Run To You – Bryan Adams
Safety Dance – Men Without Hats
Sailing – Christopher Cross
Save a Prayer – Duran Duran
Shattered Dreams – Johnny Hates Jazz
She Blinded Me With Science – Thomas Dolby
She Sheila – The Producers
Shout – Tears For Fears
Sledgehammer – Peter Gabriel
Somebody’s Baby – Jackson Browne
Something About You – Level 42
Something So Strong – Crowded House
Sowing the Seeds of Love – Tears For Fears
Strangelove – Depeche Mode
St Elmo’s Fire (Man In Motion) – John Parr
Sussudio – Phil Collins
Take Me With You – Prince
Tainted Love – Soft Cell
Take On Me – A-ha
Taking In Your Sleep – The Romantics
Thats Just The Way It Is – Bruce Hornsby
The Power Of Love – Huey Lewis & The News
The Promise – When In Rome
Things Can Only Get Better – Howard Jones
This Must Be The Place – Talking Heads
Tom Sawyer – RUSH
Turn Your Love Around – George Benson
Union of the Snake – Duran Duran
Valerie – Steve Winwood
A View to a Kill – Duran Duran
Video Killed The Radio Star – The Buggles
Wake Me Up Before You Go Go – Wham! 
Waiting (Reprise) – George Michael
We Don’t Need Another Hero – Tina Turner*
What You Need – INXS
When Doves Cry – Prince
Whip It – Devo
Who Can It Be Now – Men At Work
You Are – Lionel Richie
You Might Think – The Cars
Young Americans – David Bowie

Pop Life
Sign o the Times
Raspberry Beret
Little Red Corvette
When Doves Cry
Take Me With You
Diamonds and Pearls
I Feel For You
Purple Rain
I Would Die 4 U
Let’s Go Crazy
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man

Space Oddity
Modern Love
Lets Dance
Young Americans
Ziggy Stardust
Ashes to Ashes
Rebel Rebel
China Girl
Oh! You Pretty Things 
Man Who Sold The World
Life on Mars

‘All of FAITH’ 
Father Figure
I Want Your Sex
One More Try
Hard Day
Hand To Mouth
Look at Your Hands
Kissing A Fool
Everything She Wants
Freedom 90
Wake Me Up Before You Go Go
I’m Your Man
Careless Whisper

Hungry Like The Wolf
The Reflex
Is There Something I Should Know
Ordinary World
Save a Prayer
Girls On Film
Union of the Snake
New Moon On Monday
Come Undone
A View to a Kill

The Working Hour
Everybody Wants to Rule the World
Mothers Talk
Head Over Heels / Broken (live)
Sowing The Seeds of Love 
Mad World
Break It Down Again 
Woman In Chains 
Pale Shelter

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Chris pou

Chris Pou has been the Front of House mixer and Production Manager for Electric Avenue since 2018.

This Athens, GA native studied Music Composition Studies at Georgia College and State University. Although bass playing was his first music job, live sound production is his heart and talent. As the Technical Director/Production Manager for the University of Georgia (UGA) 2008-2019, Pou has managed or overseen 600+ events for the organization. This experience allows Electric Avenue to pivot seamlessly between creating the stadium style concert experience they are known for in both large venues and controlled corporate/private event spaces.

Notable Live Work: Ed Roland, Angie Aparo, Chuck Leavell, Charlie Puth, Judah and The Lion, Chase Rice, Craig Morgan, Shawn Mullins, Kendrick Lamar

Monitor mixing: T-Pain, Ludacris, Chrisette Michelle, Augustana, Stephen Lynch, Kristian Bush, Drivin N Cryin, Cracker, Dreams So Real

Film/TV work: Various corporate event broadcast mixes for UGA events between 2008 and 2019. National Championship Celebration (televised January, 2022). FOH/Broadcast/PA design

A self-professed cheeseburger connoisseur.


Bass guitar, saxophone, piano, computers and mixing consoles

Kevin Spencer

Kevin Spencer is the lead vocalist/guitarist for and one of the founding members of Electric Avenue.

Raised in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, his music touring career started at age 17 as a soldier/drummer in the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Pipes & Drums. By the age of 21, Kevin had completed tours through the US, CAN, UK, & Germany, with notable performances for Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, and Royal family at the Deuchlande Halle in Berlin, Germany. 

A few friends who have enlisted his talents as a musician or composer: Kristian Bush (Sugarland), Rita Wilson, Lindsay Ell, Rymes With Orange, Mudgirl, Daughtry, Lilith Fair, RENT (as Roger Davis; 550 shows from 2001-2004), Little River Band, Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen, and he spent 5 years solely working for landmark producer/master musician, Daniel Lanois (U2, Peter Gabriel, Bob Dylan).

He is married to his best friend of 21 years, Krystee Manifold Spencer, Design Producer for HGTV, Netflix, and Magnolia Network.

Spencer has composed, arranged, and produced 100+ jingles for US-based corporations. He has also appeared in The X-Files; The Chris Issak Show; and as himself in 11 MTV/MuchMusic videos, the NBC Movie Mother, May I Sleep With Danger with Tori Spelling, as well as the the 2022 Sony Pictures feature film Lyle Lyle Crocodile.


Voice, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass, drums, percussion, computers, lyrics, melody, and heart

Tom Young

Tom Young is the bassist/vocalist for and one of the founding members of Electric Avenue.

Originally a native of the Portland, Maine music scene, Young continued his learning in Boston, achieving a Bachelor of Arts in music from Tufts University before settling into the Atlanta music community.

Young has contributed bass on such notable recordings as Candi Staton “Young Hearts Run Free” 2006 re-record (Warner Bros.), William Bell “This Is Where I Live” (Stax), and many other successful independent releases.

An eternal student of live performance and spontaneous creativity, Young has had the always good-natured good fortune of providing low end for many world class artists including: Donnie, India Arie, Heston, Joi, Roy Ayers, Tom Browne, Darien Brockington, Tommy Tilton, Sister Hazel, Ten Story Relapse, Julie Dexter, Days Ahead, and The Ede Wright Trio. Young also appears as himself in the 2022 Sony Pictures feature film Lyle Lyle Crocodile.

Interesting fact: Tom has twice as many fans as anyone else in the band.


Bass guitar, synth bass, upright bass, guitar, keyboards, drums, vocals, modular synthesizer (Eurorack)

Will Groth

Will Groth has been the drummer of Electric Avenue since 2016.

A Mankato, Minnesota native, Groth studied Creative Writing and Music Performance at Mankato State University, as well as Music Performance at Winona State University.

Notable tours or performances: Zac Brown Band support band 2013/2014 tour, Mindi Abair, Oliver Wood, Randall Bramblett, Tommy Talton, Ike Stubblefield, Grant Green Jr., Geoff Achison, Coy Bowles, John Driskell Hopkins, Rev. Jeff Mosier, Yonrico Scott, Kofi Burbridge, and Col. Bruce Hampton. Groth’s drumming has also been featured on 12 Oz. Mouse (Adult Swim).

Raised on the back of a motorcycle from age 5, it’s no surprise that when not on stage you can often find Groth and his musician wife piloting his 2007 Harley Davidson Street Bob across the country.


Drum set, concert percussion, field snare (marching), piano

Shannon Pengelly

Shannon Pengelly is the lead guitarist/vocalist for and one of the founding members of Electric Avenue.

A descendant of entertainers, musicians and artists, his attendance at the Northside School Of the Arts in Atlanta immersed him in jazz performance, music theory, ear training and performance. He was the only freshman on their venerable “Tour Show”, a touring production highlighting the professional level talents of the elite performers in the arts program.

After completing programs at Berklee College Of Music (Boston) and Musician’s Institute (Atlanta-Now AIM), under the direction and encouragement of Steve Freeman and Jimmy Herring (Col. Hampton and the Aquarium Recuse Unit, The Dead, Jazz Is Dead, Widespread Panic), Shannon moved to Hollywood, CA to further his guitar studies with the likes of Scott Henderson, Paul Gilbert, Don Mock, Steve Travato, Frank Gamble, Carl Verheyen, and many others.

Returning to the Atlanta music scene, Shannon played in various original bands including Big Sky, a staple “Progressive-Art-Pop” band featuring some of the region’s most talented players, including singing phenom Sue Wilkinson and bassist Jerry Peek of The Steve Morse Band fame. 

During this time, Shannon jumped into studio work contributing guitars on such notable recordings as Boyz2Men Boyz2Men II (12x Multi Platinum certified), Another Bad Creation Coolin’ at the Playground (Platinum Certified), and Shanice 21… Ways to Grow (Gold certified).

In the 90’s Shannon moved to and lived in Manhattan for close to a decade where he managed The Zoo Studios facility, scoring and mixing for a multitude of NY based independent films and media productions.

Needing change from the NY environment and after the occurrence of 9/11, Shannon moved back to his home town of Atlanta where he continued to use his many talents both in and out of the studio producing 100+ jingles for US-based corporations, performing in original bands and diving head first into corporate-style cover bands. After many years of taking it in the ass from a certain 70’s “Boat” band, Shannon got the axe and pulled up anchor to head into the world of 80’s new wave and radio hits with the other hoodlums you see on this website.

Shannon is a non-drinking, vegetarian dad.


Guitar, vocals, bass, keyboards, drums, computers

Eric Frampton

Eric Frampton is the keyboardist/vocalist for and one of the founding members of Electric Avenue.

An Atlanta native, Eric started playing and studying piano at age 5, at which time it was discovered he had perfect pitch. He went on to study music theory and composition at Erskine College before leaving early to go on the road.

Frampton has contributed keyboards on many notable recordings, co-written 6 musicals, and provided on-screen playback music for Sweet Home Alabama (2002) and Bam Bam and Celeste (2005). He has also composed and produced commercial music for for such clients as IBM, HGTV, Payments20, QVC, Cartoon Network, the Atlanta Braves, the Atlanta Thrashers, Farm Rich, SeaPak, Delta Community Credit Union, and Moe’s.

A touring veteran, Frampton has completed national and world tours with B-52s, Billy Currington, Boston, Mother’s Finest, Lionel Richie, and Paul Simon.

Pinball aficionado, cabernet sauvignon explorer, poultry intolerant Dad.


Piano, vocals, synthesizers, keyboards, organs, melodica, computers