Dream Chemistry is
Jimmy Caterine- 6 & 12 string guitars, vocals | Neal Harris – bass, cajon, dulcimer, percussion | Michael Mulryan – violin, percussion, vocals | Tito Valentin– cajon, percussion, vocals | Dellynn Marie- lead vocals, guitar
Formed in Phoenix, AZ by Jimmy Caterine and Neal Harris, Dream Chemistry performs their own blend of non-genre specific music, ‘Organic Fusion.’ Their music is best described as acoustic rock and jazz with Celtic overtones.
Jimmy Caterine (guitar, vocals) is most noted as founder, guitarist and co-writer for 80’s rock quartet Sacred Rite (Capitol Records.) He has worked with Grammy Award winning producer Sonny Limbo (Bertie Higgins, Sami Jo Cole) and publishing coordinator Randall Wixen (Fleetwood Mac, Jackson Brown.) He played with the live stage production of the Rocky Horror Picture Show in 1987 and he was also the guitarist for MGM recording artist and powerhouse vocalist Sami Jo Cole in 1994.
Neal Harris (bass, mountain dulcimer) recorded with The Investigators featuring folk singer Mark Wilson and, world-renowned drummer, Grammy Award winner, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Hal Blaine (Elvis Presley, Simon & Garfunkel, Carpenters, and the Beach Boys.)
Michael Mulryan (violin, percussion, vocals) studied under the direction of Hugo Rinaldi and later Roy Milan (concertmaster of the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra.) He also attended the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music on a four-year scholarship.
Dellynn (lead vocals) has led music for youth groups, which includes arranging special music and teaching the youth choir. She also, composed and performed a song for the indie film, Collapse, produced by Bivas Biswas.
Tito Valentin (cajon, shakers, vocals and other percussion) grew up, listening to his father, a singer, rehearsing and performing with The Three Kings in Brooklyn New York. He was drawn to percussion from the very beginning. In 2007 a strange twist of fate brought Tito Valentin and Jimmy Caterine together and in 2008, Valentin became a permanent member of Dream Chemistry.