BIOGRAPHY

WOH is made up of:
Ross LaMarca- Vocals/Guitars
Spencer Sasarita- Drums
Rion Rogers- Keyboards

"Las Vegas resident rockers and funk drivers Walk Off Hits aren’t your typical band...the Ross LaMarca-helmed four-piece stir up a whirlwind of epic proportions, especially on their most recent original project, "For the Love of the Game." On five sweeping tracks, they dig their musical talons into delicious and heart-pounding hooks, buoyed by their electric ferocity and a raw vocal." The album received national press recognition from online media outlets such as PopDust, Earmilk, and HypeMachine to name a few, and has sold over 4,000 copies since it's release. Album standout, "Give It To Ya", has been featured on X107.5 Las Vegas as apart of Pauly Kover's X-Effect segment. The band currently holds headlining residencies at Excalibur Hotel and Casino, as well as House Of Blues Las Vegas where they host their live "Walk Off Wednesday Concert Series"Additionally, the band has headlined consecutive national tours and has made numerous festival appearances including Las Vegas' Life Is Beautiful Festival, and The Great American Foodie Fest in San Diego.

WOH released "Midnight Sessions" in mid-September 2015. The album features seven original arrangements of the bands favorite cover songs including Louis Prima's - "Jump, Jive, and Wail" and The Jackson 5's - "I Want You Back". Also included is a live-studio performance of the band's original song "Lonely Heart" as a bonus track. The band released this supplemental album as a tribute to some of their favorite artists and to hold fans over in anticipation to their debut full-length original album "Afternoon Sheets".

Walk Off Hits has been fortunate to collaborate with some amazing artists over the years most notably: Abe LaMarca(Scottie Bro’s/Epic Records, Santa Fe and The Fat City Horns, Rastus, Michael Grimm-America’s Got Talent Winner), Pete Tokar(Gerald Levert, The O'Jays,) Edwin Tony Nicholas(Backstreet Boys), and Billy Sullivan(Herman's Hermits).

To be continued...