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Len Vertefeuille was born and raised into a loving family on the East coast. He now lives in North Carolina and he and his wife Lisa have two children who mean the world to Len. He has been working in the Warren Wilson College kitchen since 1989. Len enjoys cooking for and working alongside ...


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Rock Till Ya Drop TV is the result of reuniting our 60’s rock ‘n roll party band known as Herb Gross & The Invictas.

During the 60’s, The Invictas (based out of Rochester, NY) had fan clubs, police escorts and a hit record and dance known as The Hump. The band wore English riding boots, drove a 1955 Cadillac hearse and thousands of fans would mob events where they played.

Today, some 40 years later, and the band has reunited and is rocking thousands of baby boomers and young families. The Associated Press did a feature article on the band that appeared in newspapers across America. NBC’s TODAY show did a story when The Invictas played with the Beach Boys. The band has even had young girls screaming at the front of the stage again and yes, there’s another hearse.

Herb Gross

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Leader of the band

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