Mission Street
Mission Street is a 6-piece band composed of musicians living in west central Florida. Their primary sound is jazz, both instrumental and vocal.

Mission Street band consists of:

Joe Dorreman: Guitars and Vocals
Jim Childers: Drums and Keyboards
Nadine Joy: Vocals and Percussion
Tony Basille: Keyboards
Hercules Mack: Percussion and Vocals
Bernie Rogers: Bass Guitar and Bass Guitar Synthesizer

Mission Street's goals are to create original content for the listener's pleasure and relaxation. This is accomplished by playing select live-music venues and by
marketing through various multimedia formats including radio airplay, TV and radio commercials, music subscription services, and online streaming.

Mission Street's first album “Transformation” is available in CD format through Cd Baby; through digital download on iTunes and Amazon; and via streaming on Spotify.

Featuring the talents of

Joe Dorreman: Guitars and Vocals
Jim Childers: Drums and Keyboards
Carlos Cantero: Keyboards
Hercules Mack: Percussion and Vocals
Roberto Trompeo: Bass, Hammond Organ and
String Arrangements

This was the band at the time the album was
recorded. Some have moved on, others have
remained and new members have joined.
Track Listing

1. Laguna Mornings
2. Malibu Nights
3. Transformation
4. Smile For Me
5. Sunsets at Anna Maria
6. Call Me
7 Waterfalls
8. Samba 103

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Meet the current members of the band
Joe Dorreman

Founder, guitarist and principal songwriter
for Mission Street. Joe is from New York and
has played jazz guitar for many years in live
performances, studio sessions and other
projects. Joe oversees the operations of the
band and is President of Nabb Records and
Jim Childers

Co-founder, drummer and contributing
songwriter for Mission Street. Jim also
contributes keyboards and song arrangement
on the "Transformation" album. Playing drums
since he was a child, he was influenced by his
father's involvement in jazz. Jim's father, Buddy
Childers was an American jazz trumpeter,
composer and ensemble leader. Childers
became famous in 1942 at the age of 16, when
Stan Kenton hired him as lead trumpeter. Jim
carries his music torch in to the future.
Nadine Joy- Vocals and percussion


Australian College of Entertainers - Voice, Drama, Voice Production, Dance, Presentation

Created the Role of Carla, Australian premiere “NINE” (NYC-affiliated production)  
Role of Grizabella (chosen personally by NY/ London company director, Trevor Nunn for  Australian production
Created role of Mila Australian world premiere of “FAVOURITE SON”
Multiple lead roles at “DRACULAS” Australia’s largest  theater restaurant
Featured appearance  Melbourne Sate Theater and Melbourne Concert Hall “Jazz After Dark”
Guest Vocalist Blerta (Bruno Lawrence) tour, New Zealand Opera house/ Downstage Theater

Motion Picture

Role  in “BACKSTAGE,” starring Laura Brannigan
Role ABC drama mini-series “THE GREAT AIR RACE” starring Barry Bostwick

Television / Video
Created 8 unrelated character  roles  for motivational training films “ Professor Ki series  
Voice for Australian Penguin Award winning TV Commercial- Little Hearing Cells
Lead Role all singing/dancing  Telecom TV commercial
Featured role as Presenter/Host of Aurora Award series “Creative Hearts" documentary for WUSF-TV.
Grand Finalist (first runner up) Star Search Australia (affiliated US series)
Guest lead in the television series “PRISONER” (US syndicated as Cell Block 1)

Radio / Voiceovers

Chosen for playlist  “RADIO AUSTRALIA” playlist, for rendition of “How High the Moon” and “Lover Man”
Voiceover training CDs for Sprint Multimedia
Recording sessions for television /radio commercials  in Australia
Narrated  Documentary, Worlds Apart for Sprint Multimedia Tampa
Narrator/Host Creative Hearts Documentary WEDU Television, NETA award  with Ken Cherry , Senior Producer


Palace Grand - Cabaret/ floor show- Perry’NJoy - Musical Duo
One woman show “Nadine Honey is that You?” trio lead by (Grammy nominee) Barney Mc Call
Sydney Australia – Various cabaret appearances on the night club circuit   
Australian National Conference- featured performer on the Variety Show
Mary Kay national Conference – Hilton Hotel Ballroom – Lead – Filmed Production number

Original / Cover Bands

Nadine / Barney Mc Call trio - Jazz after Dark Melbourne Concert Hall
Co-wrote performed original songs Vic Wells, Australian Songwriter award winner
Hilton Hotel Australia- Just Us Duo
100 Flowers in Bloom - lead vocalist /Original songs written by  Dean Richards (Australian Pop chart writer)
Perry’NJoy - Cabaret  Duo Tampa Bay
Black Swans- Bluesapalooza Blues Fest- Lead Singer
NJoy Jazz  - Trio  led by Tony  Basile

Mission Street Band
TONY BASILE:  Piano and Keyboard Synthesizer

      Tony grew up in Philadelphia, Pa. and began the study of music as an 8 year old youth. His first public
appearance came a year later at a recital in Philly's renown Barclay Hotel in downtown Philadelphia under the
tutelage of Joan Trombetta. While attending High School, the school band participated in  the Villanove Jazz
Competition organized and in part judged by jazz great Stan Kenton for which that little octet received
honorable mention and featured in a spot on Philly's Jerry Blavat TV Show.
      His last music instructor was Russell Faith who has since earned a Star on Philly's own Walk of Fame.
Russ had a sense about Tony's abilities and at the age of 19 , Russ had him perform as a substitute in the
house band at Sciolla's Supper Club backing up vocalist Billy Daniels. From garage bands at 16 to large and
varied venues to present.
      After serving in the US Air Force during the Vietnam War, Tony returned to the scene over the last 40 years
performing on local and national TV broadcasts such as AM Philadelphia,  Tim Qualls' TV show, Around
Town,  in Wilmington, and The 40th Anniversary of Bandstand hosted by Jerry Blavat in a nationwide
broadcast. He also has performed in Atlantic City's Caesar's Casino as both a solo act and with a jazz trio on
special occasions as well as Harrah's Casino, Trump's Taj Mahal and The Madison Hotel with the Stutz jazz
band while also providing musical direction for TV40 (Atlantic City) Johnny Petillo (variety) Show.
      As a bass and baritone vocalist with The Emeralds, he had performed in over 100 shows with Tony
Orlando in his off-Broadway musical Jukebox Dreams and has also opened for Jimmy Beaumont and the
Skyliners, The Duprees, Fabian, The Trammps and also as a keyboardist while on the road with the legendary
Danny and the Juniors (of the Vocal Group Hall of Fame).
      Before moving to Florida,  Pittsburgh was the last stop where he had personal encounters and notable
sit-ins with a variety of music greats such as Harold (Mr. Trombone) Betters, George Benson and Ahmad
Jamal along with Oscar Peterson, George Shearing, Andre Previn, Errol Garner and Jimmy Smith, to name a
few). Now located in Florida,Tony is enjoying the talent and cameraderie of the members of the Mission Street
jazz band.
Hercules Mack:  Percussion and Vocals.

As one of the founding members of the band,
Hercules contributes to the Mission Street sound with
his dynamic steady percussive style and writes some of
the lyrics on the "Transformation" album. His voice is
smooth and soulful and compliments Joe's voice nicely.
Bernie Rogers: Bass and Bass Synthesizer

      Bernie Rogers has been a music fan his whole life. While
appreciating many kinds of music from a young age, it was
not until he was about 13 and got his first snare drum, then
picked up his parents old Harmony acoustic guitar at the age
of 15.
      With encouragement from a friend in high school who
taught him his first couple songs on electric guitar, there
was no going backward. When the garage band he played
with lost their bass player, Bernie took to the bass guitar role
right away and has been predominantly a bass player ever