The Southwest Florida Parrot Head Club supports local Tropical Rock!


Scotty Bryan
When tropical-rock guitarist and singer Scotty Bryan plays a song from the 1970s, he remembers his childhood. But what makes him happier is when his audiences ask him to play songs that hold meaning for them.
Rudy Cox
Rudy is the singer for the Due South Band. They play many of the top establishments throughout SWFL. Due South plays a mix of classic rock country trop rock party dance music.
John Patti
From Singapore to Key West, Manhattan to the Caribbean, crowds of all ages and nationalities have seen John Patti bring the steel pan to the forefront of musical entertainment.
John Reno
Born in New Orleans, John Reno is truly a child of the Mardi Gras. His stepfather owned the largest record store in New Orleans; his personal record collection covered a myriad of genres, so John grew up listening to the likes of Sinatra, Crosby, James Brown, Elvis, and the Beatles.
Paul Larson
Paul Larson is a wonderful local SWFL musician.
Paul Roush
Paul Roush is a local musician on the trop-rock scene.
Toe in the Sand
Toe in the Sand band is Terri Hood playing all types of Music from Trop Rock to Country to Oldies to Top 40.
John Frinzi
A gifted singer and songwriter, skillful on both guitar and piano, John Frinzi has built an audience through craft and originality.
Sunny Jim White
When singer/songwriter James "Sunny Jim" White is not on the road, he performs regularly at local venues such as Capt. Curt’s Backroom Saloon on Siesta Key, Farlow’s on the Water in Englewood and The Nav-a-gator in Lake Suzy.
Jim Morris
Morris' songs often contain a great story about doomed love or drunken revelry sometimes both. Among his many popular tunes, especially in Southwest Florida, is "The Backroom at Bert's," a song that includes several Matlacha/Pine Island characters and clever lyrics.
Jack Mosley
Jack is a natural born story teller and that is obvious when you listen to the songs he writes. It is no wonder that his early influences were Dan Fogleberg, Harry Chapin and Jimmy Buffett.
John Friday
John Friday, the Tropical Balladeer, is a singer/songwriter originally from Maryland, now living in Florida.