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PleasureDome – New England’s worst kept secret who exist for one reason – to bring the party to your house! PleasureDome have made it their mission to bring back all the excess that was 80’s rock – from Bon Jovi to Guns n’ Roses – with a heavy dose of anything else that was trimmed in fringe, wrapped in spandex and soaked in Aquanet. If it rocks, PleasureDome is on it, with a stellar cast of characters who deliver like no other band around.

PleasureDome is fronted by Jayson Argento, a multi-talented vocalist/actor/filmmaker, who previously sang for several Vermont-based bands, including Uncommon Tongue, whose  CD “Following a Dream” became the soundtrack to the Edgewood Studios’ film Ice Breaker, starring Sean Astin. Jayson was also selected as a top-5 finalist in Singer Universe Magazine’s “Singer of the Month” contest and competed regionally in Talent Quest 2007.

Ed Fletcher is a well known guitarist in the New England metal scene who earned recognition as a member of the Apostasy, an original metal band from Burlington, Vt. who became festival favorites throughout the east coast and midwest while touring in support of their two independent releases.

Travis Beaudette is the secret weapon of PleasureDome, pairing with Ed Fletcher on guitar to recreate all of the classic riffs that 80’s fans know and love. Travis is an avid collector of Charvel/Jackson guitars (the weapon of choice for everyone from Ratt to Metallica) whose playing will take you back to a time when Jack Daniels and Marshall stacks were a part of every band’s arsenal.

Mark Dinatale

Mark DiNatale is the new Bass player for PleasureDome. He can also be seen in his other band Barbie & Bones.


Joe Villemaire is “the straw that mixes the drink” for PleasureDome. An extremely gifted and entertaining drummer, Joe’s musical career started at  age 14 when he first set foot on stage at the legendary Nectar’s. From there, Joe went on and received regional and national success with Never Again, Drowningman and later Waiting for a Miracle, all of which recorded and toured extensively throughout the United States.