Satin first emerged in the late 1980s playing high energy original hard rock/funk as an in-your-face 
power trio plus powerful lead singer Rick D. Hopkins. They were fixtures in the NYC metro area playing 
clubs like CBGBs, Tramps and the infamous Dirt Club to name a few. They produced a great video “Cold 
Change Blues” which continues to be viewed on you tube and were featured on many NY metro radio 
stations such as WDHA, WBAB and WFUV. Satin was also featured on Good Day New York as well as The 
Uncle Floyd show. 
The band has returned in great musical form with new singer Chuck Stever, father of Travis Stever of 
Coheed and Cambria fame. Chuck has a world of experience including singing in Jesus Christ Superstar 
road shows and has a remarkable range. The original power trio from the 1980s including Bassist Mike 
Karas, Drummer Tony Beal and Don Satin on Guitar and Keyboards are back pushing the limits. 
Satin is back providing strong driving Rock music which is out there waiting for you!!!!!!