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Background Information


Auburn Hills


Rock Covers

Years Active

2005 - Present



Nathan Konopka - lead vocals and keyboards
Erik Blundell - lead guitar and vocals
Dan New - bass guitar and vocals
Jay Pregizer - percussion and vocals


Threshold is a rock and roll cover band available for entertainment at bars, clubs, outdoor venues, and private functions. They are but four simple men, with a simple mission of bringing the music they love, "the music you love" to a venue near you. They specialize in rock and roll from the 70s thru 90s, but also venture into the 60s as well as hitting a few of the newer ones. Their variety will surprise you and might even get you up on the dance floor!

Threshhold Band L-R
Daniel New, Nathan Konopka, Jay Pregizer, Erik Blundell


From Website

Nathan Konopka

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"Think of Kurt (Cobain) with a head cold" Poster child for why you should (or shouldn't) make your kid take piano lessons. Raised on CKLW and WNIC and 80's pop with a nice diversion into hair metal. At age 18, said in an interview, "What do I want to be doing 10 years from now? Singing in a band." Never underestimate the importance of a 10 year plan.


Daniel New

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Takes all the abuse you would expect of a bass player and more. Frightens young children but yet teaches elementary school. Poster child for why you should (or shouldn't) send your kid to Catholic schools. Insists on turning his amp volume to 11.


Erik Blundell

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Multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire. His feelings toward happy, poppy music approximate Jay's feelings toward Alice in Chains. Can play all of our songs note for note with his eyes closed -- and often does.


Jay Pregizer

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Just ask him about his cymbal case built with alien technology. Has more percussion than you can shake a stick at. Would rather jam exacto blades under his toenails than play Alice in Chains. His infatuation with happy, poppy music rivals Nathan's, only three decades earlier.



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