• April 2017: Yo Daddy Band Calls it Quits. Sorry Eh!

    Adulting is hard. Proper Careers, wives, kids and friends are great, but they sure take a lot of time we'd otherwise be using for music. the business of this band has been tough lately too. Not as many opportunities to perform as we'd hoped, and they never seem to come with enough advance notice. we had to turn down many nice offers due to personal schedule conflicts. Life gets in the way.


    So with summer around the corner, we decided to pull the plug. No regrets, it's been fun.


    We'd like to sincerely thank everyone who supported Yo Daddy over our three year run. You know who you are. Cheers everyone, and lets all keep supporting our live music scene!


    ...Rob, Rob and Jim

  • Scroll down to see the old Yo Daddy website content. Might as well just leave it out here for a while.. for history!


    Yo Daddy - 2014 to April 2017 - Fun while it lasted


  • Listen to Yo Daddy!

    Stream our sample songs below, or download our MP3s to keep them and play on whatever device you like best. 



    Check out our YouTube channel for more videos.

  • Cover Song List

    Just some of the songs we play live.
    We have a few dozen originals too! (not listed)


    867-5309 (Jenny Jenny) - Tommy Tutone
    Alcohol - Bare Naked Ladies

    Alright Guy – Todd Schnieder
    American Pie - Don Williams

    Authority Song - John Mellencamp

    Bad Apple – David Wilcox

    Banana Puddin - SCOTS

    Basket Case - Green Day

    Blow At High Dough - Tragically Hip

    Blue on Black – Kenny Wayne Shephard

    Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights)
    Boot Hill - Johnny Winter

    Born on the Bayou - CCR

    Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison

    Burn to Shine – Ben Harper

    Cactus - David Wilcox
    Change In The Weather - Buddy Guy

    Cocaine Blues - Johnny Cash \ George Thorogood

    Cold Shot - Stevie Ray Vaughan

    Cool Guitars – Jimmy Thackery

    Crazy Love - Van Morrison

    Crossroads - Cream

    Dani California – Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Dead Flowers - Rolling Stones

    Dock of the Bay - Otis Redding

    Doin it Right - Powder Blues Band

    Don’t Pass Me By – Georgia Satellites (Beatles)

    Downtown Came Uptown – Wilcox

    Everybody - Stabilo

    Fire – Jimi Hendrix

    Folsom Prison Blues - Johnny Cash

    Fool For Your Stockings - ZZ Top

    Forty Miles to Vegas - SCOTS

    Freaker's Ball - Dr Hook

    Gimme 3 steps – Lynrd Skynard

    Green River- CCR

    Guitars Cadillacs - Dwight Yoakam

    Hard To Handle – Black Crowes

    Hear That Guitar Ring – Powder Blues

    Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix

    Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters

    Hug You, Kiss You - Stevie Ray Vaughan

    I Drink Alone - George Thorogood

    I Will Survive - CAKE

    I’m a Ram – Big Sugar
    I'm Leaving You (Commit A Crime) - Howlin Wolf

    I’m The Man – Joe Jackson

    Into the Mystic - Van Morrison

    Jailbreak - AC\DC

    Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry

    Just Got Paid - ZZ Top

    Just What I Needed – The Cars

    Keep Yr Hands To Yourelf – Georgia Sat

    Last Kiss - Pearl Jam

    Late in the Evening - Paul Simon

    Lay Down Sally - Eric Clapton

    Let Me Love You - SRV

    Life Without You - Omar and the Howlers

    Like a Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan

    Little Bones - Tragically Hip

    Little Wing - Jimi Hendrix \ SRV

    Mary Had a Little Lamb - Stevie Ray Vaughan

    Mary Jane's Last Dance - Tom Petty

    Matchbox - Jonny Lang

    Mercury Blues - Steve Miller

    Miss You - Rolling Stones

    Mustang Sally - Buddy Guy
    Mr. Bojangles

    New Orleans is Sinking - Tragically Hip

    Nice to Love You - 54 40

    Night Time - George Thorogood

    Ocean Pearl - 54 40

    Old Apartment - BNL

    Old Man Down the Road - John Fogerty

    Palace of the King - Freddy King

    Past the Point of Rescue – Hal Ketchum

    Pink Houses - John Mellencamp

    Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry

    Pride and Joy - Stevie Ray Vaughan

    Ramblin Man - Allman Brothers

    Riverboat Fantasy – David Wilcox

    Roadhouse Blues - The Doors
    Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo - Rick Derringer

    Rockin Me – Steve Miller

    Rocking in the Free World - Neil Young

    Runaway Train – Soul Asylum

    Running Down a Dream - Tom Petty

    Shakin’ All Over - Johnny Kidd and the Pirates

    She Caught The Katy – Taj Mahal/Blues Bros

    She Talks To Angels - Black Crowes

    Should I Stay or Should I Go - The Clash

    Somehow, Somewhere, Someway – Kenny Wayne Sheppard

    Someone Who Is Cool - The Odds

    Soul Man - Sam and Dave

    Squeezebox – The Who

    Stayin Alive - Bee Gees

    Stoop Down - Popa Chubby

    Stuck in the Middle - Steeler's Wheel

    Sultans of Swing - Dire Straits

    Super 8 – Jason Isbell

    Sweet Goddess of Love & Beer - Popa Chubby

    Sweet Home Alabama - Lynrd Skynrd

    Sweet Home Chicaga - Blues Standard

    Take It Easy - Eagles

    Talking In Your Sleep - Romantiks

    The Breakup Song – Greg Kihn Band

    The Middle - Jimmy Eat World

    The One I Love - REM

    The Weight - The Band

    Three AM - Matchbox 20

    Til I Am Myself - Blue Rodeo

    Tube Snake Boogie - ZZ Top

    Twist and Shout - Beatles

    Under The Bridge - Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Voodoo Chile - Jimi Hendrix

    Warning - Green Day

    Wham - Lonnie Mack

    What I Like About You - Romantiks

    When I Come To You - Jonny Lang

    When My Train Pulls In - Gary Clark Jr.

    Wild Nights – Van Mellencamp

    Wind Cries Mary – Jimi Hendrix

    Won't Back Down - Tom Petty

    Wrap It Up - Fabulous Thunderbirds

  • Who's Yo Daddy?

    Doin' it since the 90's and still loving it!

    Yo Daddy is not our first rodeo. We've performed hundreds of times for thousands of live music fans over the years, together and with other bands.  


    We all sing, taking equal turns at lead vocal while the other two guys chip in harmony as needed. Both guitarists are equally adept at bass, so we switch instruments regularly to keep things interesting on stage - all night long. We try to pack a lot of entertainment value into a small trio.

    Covers and Originals

    We know a LOT of songs! We like good old rock and roll, blues, edgy country, funky soul. Nothing too hard or heavy, nothing too synthetic. But there's no rules, if we like it and can make it sound good live, it might end up in our set list.


    We like popular classic stuff, but sometimes we pick out great tunes by lesser-known artists we think more people should know. We write our own songs too. So while we DO play a lot of well-known favorites, you might not recognize every single song on our list. This is a good thing!

    what's next?

    We hope to see you at our gigs and have some laughs. We'll also keep writing and recording. Once in a while we'll release a new tune. Who knows, maybe a whole album.


    If you need a good band to come play, or know someone who does, we'd love to hear from you. We're ready, affordable and always looking for more gigs.


    Thanks for checking out our website!


    ...Rob, Jim and Rob - June 2016

  • Check out our individual Facebook pages and friend us. We're all friendly up in here!

    Rob Bischoff

    Guitar, bass, vocals, keyboard, soundman, studio production, website and IT tech nerd.

    Rob Grant
    Drums, percussion, guitar, vocals, garagesale Farfisa

  • That's about all



    Hey, why are you still reading this far down our page? There are better ways to kill time on the internet. Maybe you are thinking of booking us? Do you have a place we could play and a reasonable budget for quality entertainment? Excellent! In that case, please read our continuing sales pitch below.


    We're for real.  


    Aside from performing death-defying stunts on shopping carts for promo, we are a serious and talented band. Ready to play, well-equipped and able to put on a professional show in your venue. As a bonus, we are reliable, trustworthy and easy to deal with.


    We're experienced.


    In various former bands we've played everywhere from hotel bars in the sticks, to thousands-deep crowds at huge public events and corporate parties. We've released an album and have been featured on radio and cable TV shows. Collectively we bring ample experience to the table through touring, recording and performing live in hundreds of venues over the years.


    We own full production.


    No house PA or soundman? No problem. We are ready to go with our own gear and will provide excellent sound and lighting for any room from the smallest pub to rooms up to 2 or 3 hundred people. We don't play too loud, take up too much space, and we always show up on time with shoes and clean shirts.


    If your event is really large (400+ guests) then you probably have already lined up AllStar or PK or another large outfit to provide sound and lighting services. We work well with 3rd party production folks and they like us since we don't complain and normally ask for one simple monitor mix on stage. We can supply print promo, stage plot, rider details, etc, for any show as requested. We love performing for larger audiences whenever we've had the chance, we have done several festivals and concert opening slots over the years.


    Booking Agency


    Our former bands have had many good dealings with agents in the past. Yo Daddy is currently self-represented, but we're happy to discuss music opportunities with anyone.


    Thanks for visiting and please don't hesitate to contact us to tell us about any event you have in mind. We'll answer any questions and let you know if we're available.


    Rob, Jim and Rob

    ... Yo Daddy