Christine Mascott, Vocals
Paul Mascott, Guitar
About The Band ~
Afternoon is a musical tribute to the classic rock of the
The group presents a musical trip through the major events
of the area using the it's legendary songs as the vehicle.
Groovy Afternoon's theatrical show, Trip N Time, was presented
to sold out audiences on Cape Cod. The band has played their
festival show throughout New England. Groovy Afternoon is
spearheaded by husband and wife musical team critically
acclaimed rock vocalist and actor, Christine Mascott, and
guitarist Paul Mascott whose performance credits include
international touring productions of The Who's Tommy
and Jesus Christ Superstar.
They have also produced also productions including Tommy
and a Pink Floyd tribute show.
Critically acclaimed rock vocalist, Christine Mascott has spent
the last 30 years working in many different aspects of the entertainment
industry. She was a featured vocalist with The Drop Band,
offering her signature sounds to the band's own brand of
psychedelic rock. Her vocals have received international radio
play and she has sung in various venues in New York, New England
and beyond and also worked as a session vocalist in New York
and MA on various recording projects. The Drop Band's music
was also licensed to several MTV shows and the NBC tv show,
She is also a Voting Member of NARAS (The Grammys) and is co-owner
of the independent Record Label, Syberdelix Records run by her
husband and Groovy Afternoon bandmate Paul Mascott.
Christine is also a
professional actor having appeared on stages across the US and
most recently has small roles in the feature films, Irrational
Man directed by Woody Allen, Surrogates, starring
Bruce Willis and The Invention of Lying with Ricky Gervais.
Christine is a member of SAG/AFTRA. Christine
is also a graphic artist.
Paul Mascott has been performing, composing, teaching, producing,
and engineering music professionally for over two decades. He
has performed throughout North America and Europe playing guitar
with national and international Broadway show tours, including
productions of The Who's Tommy, Jesus Christ Superstar,
Evita, and Cats (on Broadway).
In 1997, Paul founded
The Drop Band as the house band for his original theatre production,
Drop, that ran in NYC until 1998. The Drop Band released
4 critically acclaimed commercial CDs (Dropout 1999;
The Rain Falls Now 2000; Prophets 2001; There's
Only Sound 2002). The Drop Band¹s music has been spun
on commercial, college, and internet radio stations worldwide.
and the music has been licensed to television and film including
5 MTV shows and the NBC TV show Ed.
In his time in New York
City, Paul worked as a session guitarist, audio engineer, and
music producer and his work is included on countless commercial
recordings. His recording and promotion experience led to the
creation and development of his record label, Syberdelix Records,
and his BMI publishing company, Masco Music, handling production,
promotion and intellectual property management for a number
Groovy Afternoon features Terrence Kelleher on drums and Dan Lyons,
Carl Hedin on Bass. As a six piece act, the band may also
feature Dan Lyons on Keyboards and Guitar and Percussionist Kat