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Unshakable Race was an original reggae rock band based in Eugene and Bend, Oregon from around 1992 to 1998. Founded and fronted by husband-wife duo Rob and Danyel London, the group earned a small but loyal following throughout the Northwest and parts of California and Colorado with its positive, socially conscious messages and dynamic stageshow. Sharing lead vocals and playing bass and guitar, the Londons were backed by various musicians during the band's lifetime, usually keyboards, drums, and two horns. These included Joseph Espinoza on alto sax, Mike Barber on trumpet, Pat Doherty on keyboards, Isaac Syman-Degler on keyboards, Allen Bosworth on drums, Joseph Grunkemeier on drums, Peter Argyres on sax, Michelle Donahue on keyboards and vocals.
Unshakable Race released its first full-length album, _Right On!_ in 1993, recorded at ______ and featuring the Londons backed by Argyres, Donahue, Bosworth, Doherty and Barber.
In 1994 the band toured heavily through the Northwest, especially in its hometowns of Eugene and Bend, and frequent weekends in Seattle's Pioneer Square. The group also toured cross-country, through Colorado, California, Nevada, Utah, Montana, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota and Kansas. In 1995 the band recorded and released its second full-length album, Serial Survivors, at Gung-Ho Studios in Eugene.