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Chris Johnson

Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Song Writer

Jason McCallister

Lead Guitar

Les Moseley

Bass Guitar, Backup Vocals

Vinnie Mastropasqua




4 Current Members

Chris Johnson - Vocals, Rhythm Guitar

Jason McCallister - Lead Guitar

Les Moseley - Bass Guitar, Backup Vocals

Vinnie Mastropasqua - Drums

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Hailing from Virginia Beach, VA, Seven Ten Oil is a 4 piece, power packed combination of heavily rock influenced musicians all determined to make a significant mark in the rock n roll industry. Priding ourselves on an incomparable live performance that takes you along on our journey with us, we vow to always give our absolute best and leave it all on the stage. We play with pure heart and soul with a passion unmatched in our opinion which has been the fuel that feeds this ever growing machine allowing us to outlast all others and stand out above the rest.

In August 2007, they won the 100.5 MAX FM Battle of the Bands. In October of 2007, they released their first self-produced, full length album, No Name. In 2008-2015 they have been nominated in Veer Magazine Hampton Roads music awards for Best Local Rock Band, winning the title in 2015. Another accolade and quite possibly the pinnacle thus far was winning the Guitar Center/KISS Battle of the bands for the Southeast/Mid-Atlantic Region where they were chosen over hundreds of the areas best competing bands and awarded the opportunity to open for the legendary KISS at the Virginia Beach Amphitheater. Since then, they have shared the stage with several popular national acts such as Dokken, SIXX AM, Pop Evil, Nonpoint, Otherwise, Apocalyptica, Steel Panther, Buckcherry, Hawthorne Heights, Lit, Adrenaline Mob and many others.

To sum us up briefly, every show combines great music with a stage presence that matches it. Simply put, no song sounds the same, yet each song sounds like 710 OIL.