Total Whiteout Takes Over the Jersey Shore

Total Whiteout is a cover band that has been taking over the stage since 2011, putting on a show that is unforgettable and leaving you asking yourself “what am I going to see next time?”. With many years of experience combined, these guys really know how to entertain. Their performance is always different but you can guarantee that you will be having a great time as the energetic and talented band performs.

The band started off in State College, PA, where they put on some of the wildest and entertaining shows in the nation. Kids like to have fun and party, which is why the young members of Total Whiteout really gives you something to dance too and really enjoy yourself.

You can be sure that when you go to a show you will get to see the neon stage that is powered by 10+ high powered LED black lights. “Glow parties” are popular in clubs, bars and colleges where Total Whiteout performs most. The young crowds really enjoy them and they really make it a fun night when they are on stage.

They have a wide range music playlist from Journey, The Backstreet Boys, LMFAO to Elton John. Though you may find a younger crowd at their shows, they put on a show that all ages can really enjoy.

Total Whiteout has shared the stage with other bands such as Go Go Gadjet, Mr. Greengenes, Burnt Sienna, Liquid A and many more. They have played along the east coast from Vermont all the way to Florida bringing their unpredictability and talent to every show they put on.

Eric Henkels is the lead singer and also plays the keys, Pete Macartney rocks out on the guitar, Chris Mower takes control of the keyboards, Kevin Franklin plays the bass and Simon Wenovsky brings talent and energy to a whole new level while playing the drums.

With the loud music and neon lights, there is no reason why you shouldn’t have fun at one of their shows. Come out to meet the guys and have fun while they play. They are often found around Cape May County. After all, you may never know what kind of performance they will be setting up next.

By Brittany Cassidy