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L.A.vation - The World's Greatest Tribute to U2 - Sand Dollar Las Vegas

Patrick Boudreaux as Bono

Patrick Boudreaux is a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist. Beyond performing as Bono, he has released solo material and has worked in multiple original projects. Patrick’s previous musical work has mainly been in supporting roles such as drums, backing vocals, arrangement, and production. He was involved in a variety of independent rock projects since the 1990’s, in original and cover bands, as well as performing solo. Having a successful career in technology, 2021 was the year that he decided to start a second career, focusing on music and music technology. Patrick got his start in music in the 1980’s on the drum set, and quickly branched out to other instruments. As a South Louisiana transplant who grew up in Georgia, Patrick lived in the Atlanta area for many years, and relocated to Seattle in 2016. U2 was a musical influence from before The Joshua Tree, and the opportunity to pay tribute to U2’s music, gives Patrick chance to appreciate the bands music with a new depth and perspective.

Bart Davis as The Edge

L.A.vation - World's Greatest Tribute to U2 - Bart Davis as The Edge

Originally from the Northern California city of Alameda, Guitarist Bart Davis relocated to Los Angeles in 1985. A graduate of Musicians Institute in Hollywood, he has been performing professionally since 1990.  The journey to U2 Tribute band member took an international route. After playing with numerous bands in the Los Angeles area, 1998 saw Bart join popular Orange County band “Corday” as lead guitarist. There he met bassist Fab Rodig and a drummer from Holland, Jorgen Ingmar. Fast forward to 2000, and Bart was asked to join Fab and vocalist Tony Oros in the “Coverdogs”, taking a three and a half week tour through the Balkans performing classic rock for US and NATO troops stationed there. This trio, along with Jorgen, became the first unit to begin performing as a U2 Tribute band, their first shows taking place on a short tour through Japan and on to Seattle. Since then, Bart and Jorgen have performed with numerous U2 Tribute bands, traveling across the United States and the world. Throughout this period Bart also traveled extensively as a performer or as tour manager for other performers supporting US Troops throughout the world, as well as performing with “Off The Wall”, making two trips to Kuwait and Iraq among many other countries.And now, 2011 has seen the creation of L.A.vation - The World's Greatest Tribute to U2, the next phase for Bart’s U2 alter-ego, “B-Edgy”. 

L.A.vation - World's Greatest Tribute to U2 - Jorgen Ingmar Alofs as Larry Mullen Jr.

Jorgen Ingmar Alofs as Larry Mullen Jr.

Jorgen Ingmar Alofs was born in Arnhem, The Netherlands. Lived in Germany and The Netherlands during his youth and attended the Conservatory Of Music. He performed & recorded all over the globe, and moved to Los Angeles, California in 1994 to pursue his musical career. Currently, he is a freelance drummer and does a lot of studio sessions and live shows across the nation and around the world. He has performed and/or recorded with artists such as Stevie Wonder, J.J. Jackson, Hank Ballard, Chris Penn, Babyface, Matt Bissonette, Alexi Murdoch, Tyrone Wells, Dallas Kruse, Barrett Johnson, Justin Grennan, and many many more. Jorgen has his own recording studio where he records drums for artists, creates and programs drum- and percussion loops, and composes for radio, film and TV. Jorgen is also responsible for creating the backing tracks for L.A.vation. These backing tracks are extremely important for the recreation of a real U2 show. Besides playing drums and composing, Jorgen teaches drums privately. Some of his students include the children of director/producer Steven Spielberg, actors Adam Baldwin & Thomas Wilson Brown, and composer Richard Perlmutter.

U2 is one of Jorgen's favorite bands! He loves their songs, their melodies, their lyrics, their production and appreciates what the band stands for in every aspect. Jorgen has played and subbed in multiple U2 Tribute bands before creating L.A.vation - The World's Greatest Tribute to U2 with business partner Bart Davis and to be a part of these very well written songs is a true joy.To find out more about Jorgen Ingmar Alofs, please visit his website at

Mikey Hachey as Adam Clayton

L.A.vation - World's Greatest Tribute to U2 - Mikey Hachey as Adam Clayton

Mikey Hachey is a bass player, composer, and singer. He was the bass player and assistant music director on the arena world tour “Varekai” by Cirque du Soleil, and recently the bass, double bass and assistant band leader at Cirque du Soleil OVO, during their North America tour. He is also the bassist and video producer for "String Puppies”, a string instrumental duo who's following includes over 300,000 Youtube channel views and over 3,400 subscribers to date. Mikey is well known and hired for his versatility both instrumentally and with many different styles of music. Mikey studied music at California State University, Fullerton. Out of college, he joined the pop group Suburban Legends, which brought him a residency at Disneyland Park and travel around the United States and Europe with bands such as Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake and Goldfinger. Since then, Mikey has performed with former broadway stars Rita Harvey (Phantom of the Opera), Ivan Rutherford (Les Miserables), and Carter Calvert (Catz) in Neil Berg's Broadway review show "101 Years of Broadway"show. He has played many other regional musicals and was the music director for the Playboy Comedy Tour band “The Project” with Dallas Kruse and Jorgen Ingmar playing side stage to comedians Rob Schneider, Chris D’Elia and Tom Green. During this time, Mikey was also the bass player for Justin Grennan, a member of Christina Aguilera’s team and top 10 finalist on season one of NBC’s “The Voice”. Mikey has published a full transcription book, “The Ultimate Bearhug Songbook: Just South of Los Angeles” and has worked with many artists at Zion Studios in Southern California under Dallas Kruse. In 2011, Mikey joined the Cirque du Soleil production of Viva ELVIS at the Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NV where he performed over 500 shows. He then joined the cast of the Tony Award winning Broadway musical Million Dollar Quartet (Las Vegas Company at Harrah’s Casino) in the bass player roll, “Brother Jay Perkins”. Mikey just got off the road, again this time with Cirque du Soleil, performing over 300 shows a year on the world arena tour of “Varekai”. Mikey continues to record and perform with many artists in Southern California and around the world.

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