in 2003, Unfinished Business specializes in the best and most popular music
of all time: 1960s rock 'n' roll. Think Beatles, Rolling Stones, British
Invasion, The Beach Boys, The Doors, Chicago, and Motown and that will give you an
idea of some of the great music Unfinished Business performs at its shows.
The band also performs a selection of iconic hits from the '50s and '70s by
artists that include Elvis, The Eagles, Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd
Skynyrd, Steely Dan, and The Doobie Brothers, and
many more. It's
all high energy dance music and great ballads that make up each exciting
Unfinished Business performance enjoyed by audiences of all ages.
original members of Unfinished Business- Jim Witt on bass and vocals, and Ed
Miller on lead guitar and vocals- both played in different local bands in
California during the '60s, but they eventually set their music careers aside
to pursue "real jobs" and raise families. However, their passion
for the music of their youth eventually brought them together to take care of
some "unfinished business", and that is picking up where they all
left off many years ago by performing again that great music of the '60s.
Rounding out the Unfinished Business lineup is Thomas "Toes" Cuffe on keyboards, Karen Witt providing background
vocals and percussion, Anthony Langston on drums, and Roy Henry, "the Ray
Charles of the Central Coast", on vocals .
Business can provide a show made up of a general mix of songs in its
repertoire, or the band can provide a special show for an event theme such
Beatle tribute show
British Invasion tribute show
"Made In The USA" Rock and Roll and Soul Hits of the '60s show
Woodstock tribute show
Book your event now and
""experience the magic of '60s rock and roll all over again with
Business has been both a headliner and a support act for national recording
artists and has provided the featured entertainment for literally hundreds of
local charity benefits, community events, festivals, and private functions.
These professionals always bring the highest standard to every performance
with complete sound and lighting systems, incidental music, appropriate stage
dress, and a rehearsed show with a minimum of talk, a comfortable and
enjoyable audience rapport, and an emphasis on great dance music. As you
sprint to the dance floor, you'll find yourself singing along with every
Whatever the event or venue, be it a wedding, a car show, private party,
festival, county fair, reunion, winery, country club, resort, concert,
farmers' market, or anything else, consider "Unfinished Business"
your choice for musical entertainment.
The band's target market area generally covers San Luis Obispo and Santa
Barbara Counties. This includes Paso Robles, Cambria, Morro Bay, Atascadero,
San Luis Obispo, Avila Beach, Shell Beach, Pismo Beach, Arroyo Grande, Grover
Beach, Nipomo, Santa Maria, Lompoc, Solvang, Santa Ynez, Goleta, Santa
Barbara, Carpinteria, and all points in between,
but the band will travel anywhere in the world if the terms make it feasible
to do so.
More than 750 shows since 2004 all
over the Central Coast, and from Los Angeles to Carmel
"Best Local Band"
Northern Santa Barbara County 2014
Every public performance
publicized via newsletter to 3,000+ addresses on fan mailing list
“You guys outdid yourselves!
NYE performance was phenomenal. You are all so talented and great performers. We had a great time”
Fran Zimmerman, ‘60s Rock and Soul New Year’s Eve Bash, Embassy Suites, San Luis Obispo,
December 31, 2018
“OMG! Every time I'm at one of the UnfinBiz shows,
I'm AMAZED! ... a 'grand-sized'
having the best time ever! Dancing, waving their arms,
spinning around, singing along
... people were dancing in every open space
there wasn't a table!
... they loved UnfinBiz!
Again ... amazing! ... talent, stage presence, audience connection, professionalism, and
... well ... downright CLASS. UnfinBiz has a fan in
Becky Blasing, Fin’s in Grover Beach, September 2018
can make an audience forget they're watching a cover act...polished,
professional...the musicianship is top-notch"
Glen Starkey, New Times, San Luis Obispo, March 2013