Nicole: Lead Vocals

Mike H: Guitar, Vocals

Mike D: Bass, Vocals

Brian: Drums

TRAGIC REMEDY is the Jersey Shore's most electric cover band!  With fierce vocals, expert musicianship and an interactive show that caters to each individual crowd, TR is sure to bring the night's entertainment to a whole new level!


What makes TRAGIC REMEDY different from the other cover bands out there?  Higher energy, a more eclectic set list, 100% live music, and a group that is ready and willing to get up close and personal with the crowd to give them a night they won't forget!


Are you ready for TRAGIC REMEDY?  Be sure you come prepared

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Nicole is the explosive front woman of Tragic Remedy.  With almost two decades of experience performing professionally on national as well as international stages, her dynamic vocals, astounding range, and fierce stage presence are only matched by the positive energy that radiates as she frequently jumps out into the crowd and involves them in every aspect of the show.


Mike began playing music at age 7 with the violin, and switched to guitar at 15. Focusing on blues, rock, classical, and metal, Mike's performed with and recorded with several original bands, including Cyrcle IX and TwoTonRhino. He's also toured with Christmas tribute acts and many cover bands in NJ and PA over the last 12 years.

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Mike D. brings a new element of instrumental technique to the stage. With an education in classical music theory and knowledge of over 15 instruments, Mike has the ability to be well-rounded and diverse as a musician. He is currently studying classical music education at WPU of NJ. Mike dreams to one day open his own music school. 


Brian is an NYC-based drummer performing a diverse array of musical styles, including rock, blues, jazz, and classical. In addition to performing with variou groups and ensembles, he is an experienced pit orchestra musician, playing with theatrical productions throughout the Northeast. His interest in the origins and history of the drumset recently led him to Ghana, where he studied West African percussion.