Gypsy Rogue consists of:
Dan Fellman is a jazz guitarist who plays a variety of different jazz styles, from 40’s swing and Django Reinhart’s gypsy jazz, to the 60’s Bossa Nova and Latin jazz. Dan has performed in Southern Oregon with many local bands including Back Porch Swing, Gypsy Rogue, the Djangoholics, and Stolen Moments, and in duos with Ashland guitarists Grant Ruiz, Ed Dunsavage, Marc Camilo, and Portland-based guitarist Dan Balmer.
Marc Camilo is a young jazz guitarist from the Los Angeles area, now studying music at Southern Oregon University. Marc has a passion for the jazz idiom, being heavily influenced by musicians such as Wes Montgomery, Django Reindhardt, and Chet Baker.
Marc continues to grow in his craft at Southern Oregon University, where he studies under local jazz guitarist Ed Dunsavage. Marc currently performs in a number of groups in the Rogue Valley, including the Belle Fiore Winery and the Hearsay Lounge, as well as various venues in Southern California.
Bob Rawlings, a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston Massachusetts, is a seasoned and versatile musician, at home on the bass as well as clarinet and saxophone. Bob plays a variety of styles of music with many local bands, including Blades of Grass, Savanna, Jenika Smith & Paul Schmeling, Mark Hamersly Brazilian Group, A.Street Jazz Collective, and Sazerac.