The Antland Band started back in 1970 when Michael Marusevich, Tony Cardo, and Bob Boyle worked as chefs at The International House of Pancakes in Commack, NY. Walter Mahoney and Roy Yokelson were working as bus boys there as well. Rehearsals were usually held in the basement of Walter Mahoney’s parents home, and eventually in the basement on Soundview Lane in Huntington, NY. Most recordings were produced in the basement of Roy Yokelson’s parents home.
Original founding members: Michael D. Marusevich (Guitars & Vocals, Bass), Tony Cardo (Guitars & Vocals), Bob Boyle (Drums), Walter Mahoney (Bass & Vocals), Roy B. Yokelson (Vocals/Mixing/Recording, Production)
Uncle Roy's YouTube Channel
Visit the video channelfor a stroll through past and current work, some of which will make you ROFLAO
Pictured: Sound recordings for Buster Keaton's Sherlock Jr. produced by Antland Productions featuring Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks Orchestra
Bloopers and Outtakes
Every sessions got 'em! Collected for your enjoyment, Uncle Roy's personal favorites.
Oh, Bethany - Tony Cardo
Melody - Tony Cardo
Please - Tony Cardo
Antland Bandmates: Walter Mahoney (bass) and Uncle Anti (Uncle Roy)
The late, great Joan Rivers voicing "Shirley the Sheep" for Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks
Except from Buster Keaton's "Sherlock Jr."
Did you catch our Facebook "Killer Demo" Marketing Campaign?
Our series of five "Killer Demo Theater" posters spanned five weeks, with our last offering just in time for Halloween. Click on thumbnails at right to enlarge and read copy.
The Bagel Speaks
Outtake from upcoming video tutorial from Antland Productions