|Ronda Najera: Lead Vocals
Ronda started her career in 1977 as co-founder of the well established SF Bay Area's "Art and Ronda's Jam Night", which is still very popular. This enticed her to learn everything from show tunes to punk. She's produced many shows of all kinds playing concerts, clubs, corporate functions and festivals. She's performed with many "special guests" and bands. Her favorite was singing "Don't touch me there" with the Tubes. She's had many titles such as Vocalist, MC, DJ, Songwriter, Dancer, Actress and she does Impersonations too! She's had the honor of studying voice with the world renowned Judy Davis for 7 years while developing a range from the lowest note of Joey Ramone to the highest of Robert Plant. Flamboyant and fun, she connects with the audience and rocks those cretins! Hey Ho! Let's go!
|Lorissa Martinez: Guitar
Lorissa's love of guitar started at age 12 when she heard Randy Rhoads on Blizzard of Ozz. She picked up her first guitar when she was 15, and is influenced by the playing of Andres Segovia, Jimmy Page, Kerry King, Adrian Smith, Dave Murray, Dave Mustaine and Stevie Ray Vaughn. She studied classical and flamenco with Dr. Charles Sedlak, who is a Christopher Parkening Master Student. She was most recently a member of Death Under Fire before joining the Hormones in 2012, where she has captured the buzzsaw playing style of Johnny Ramone.
|Terilynn Bench: Bass & Backup Vocals
Terilynn has been playing bass for over 30 years in almost every genre, including punk, metal, rock, progressive, swing, and blues. Terilynn has been the bassist and keyboardist in many bands, including the prog band Hazerfan, and plays a variety of instruments. She is stoked to be a part of the Hormones, joining the band in 2012. Terilynn is also the bassist for the 18-piece big band, "Swing and Miss" and the all-girl Motley Crue tribute, "Cruella". She is grateful to be a college graduate as that allows her to always remember her vocal solo: "1 2 3 4!"
|Paula Sisson: Drums
Paula started playing the drums at the age of 11 - and it was love at first hit! After three years of drum lessons, she began to rock out in her own ways and has constantly been in at least one band since the age of 15. Mostly feeling at home in the wide field of Rock and Metal, she's also exploring new horizons such as Latin, Jazz, Funk and Reggae. Paula is originally from Germany and on the move to California, where she happily celebrated her Bay Area Debut in December 2012 with the Hormones!