Joe Aflalo - Lead Vocals

Joe Aflalo brings his soul and dance music to paradise, ready for you to get your boogie down...  Performing in various dance bands, Joe has a wide range of musical styles from Steppenwolf to Tommy Tutone and from Santana to Sinatra.  Originally from Washington D.C., Joe has has brought his dynamic vocal style to South Florida and BAU.  His unique style of getting the audience involved as well as his infectious personality always insures that everyone partying with BAU has a memorable evening.  Sit back and relax or join in the party. Either way, you and yours will always have a great time with Joe and Business As Usual.

Sunny Jordan - Lead Vocals

Rhonda "Sunny" Jordan and her "Take No Prisoners" Soulful Vocals brings a powerful element and dimension to the band.  Sunny has been knocking them out here in South Florida for a while now and she collects passionate fans everywhere she performs. Sunny is a huge Tina Turner fan and her version of "Simply The Best" is truly, well, simply the best!  With her upfront along side of Joe, there is no one that could leave a BAU show and say they were not driven to dance the night away! 




Mike McCurdy - Keys/Synth/Backup Vocals

Mike McCurdy, a.k.a. “Irishmac”, has been behind his keyboards for over 40 years.  Born in Washington D.C., he was kidnapped at a young age by a group of rogue Leprechauns belonging to a religious sect built around R&B music.  Raised in an Irish Pub, he spent his days listening to B.B., Otis, Sam and a host of others and his nights trying to pay them the homage they were due.  To keep himself fed and in vinyl he played throughout the Metro D.C. and Baltimore areas with many successful bands including Reflections, Rainbow, Rio, Goldrush, and Superstition.

Since moving to South Florida in 1985 he has continued to provide his unique style of driving R&B keyboards and soulful vocals for The Lu White Band, Johnny Lyles Jr., Edj, Nightwatch, Flashback, Back In Time, Fatt Soop and Hot Wax.  Now he’s spiritually and happily at home with Business As Usual punching out good time dance music.  He swears that, contrary to rumor and gossip, he no longer hangs with the Leprechauns but, he will admit, after a taste or two, to tearing up every time he hears “Danny Boy”!

Wilson Lopez - Guitar

Wilson was brought up on Soul R & B in Northern part of New Jersey, when he started playing Guitar in the early 80's fell in love with the Signature licks of the guitarists like Tony Iommi, Ace Frehley, Ritchie Blackmore, Carlos Santana but also loved the stilying of Nile Rogers, so when he started playing professionally in the mid 80's he incorporated all of his influences, Played with his first band CRAZYNESS mainly played very heavy metal, at the same time had a Pop band called EXODUS that played a lot of Lounges, Weddings and Private Parties Mainly Atlantic City Casinos. During the 90's he had a taste for Latin music and joined a band that had Grande Combo styling's of Salsa and Meringue, playing Bongos and Congas so rhythm is no stranger to him, had a few opportunities to play with some big names, had an offer from Chris de Burgh to tour but Family obligations keep him here and made him take a break from music for a while, now he is back and ready to Funk and Rock his way into your heart

Rick Trull - Bass

Rick started studying classical guitar at age eight, switched to bass at 14.  Toured with pop and country bands in the Northeast, opening for John Anderson, Charlie Daniels, Ronnie Milsap and Highway 101.  Played bass on live gigs for David Frizzell and Margo Smith. Here in South Florida Rick is known for his work with many area bands including Perfect Strangers and Vintage Groove. His spot-on bass lines and rock solid playing form the foundation for Business As Usual’s rhythm section.

Guy Abaldo - Drums

Guy Abaldo has been playing drums since he was knee-high to a tom-tom.  He's rock-solid in the pocket and anchors the sometimes rowdy, always funky Business As Usual crew. Guy is a quiet, deep thinker, a man of few words. When he was told what he had to say would be put on the band's webpage, he mumbled something about a "Witness Protection Program and quickly left the studio.