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Murphy’s Law Space Coast is a female lead cover band rocking out of Brevard County and beyond. The 5 piece full band hosts a variety of musical instruments and covers the genres of Classic Rock: 70s, 80s, 90s to current, Pop Rock, Alternative and more!

Photo Credit: Ruth Anne Lavalle

Carrie Anne Russo

Lead Vocals

Carrie Anne has been singing since she could walk. From Catholic School Choir to high school chorus, music naturally became her life. She moved to Florida from the tiny state of Rhode Island in 2018 and has been pursuing her passion as a lead vocalist ever since. She named the band Murphy’s Law to represent the ups and downs that musicians and bands undergo, reflecting limitless exhaustion in evolving their craft in music. Her musical influences are Ann Wilson, Amy Lee, Joan Jett, Pat Benatar, Lita Ford, Pink, and Journey. She can take on any challenge without hesitation and is always ready to raise the bar. She will get your blood pumping and captivate you with her insane vocal range.

William Russo

Drums/Percussion and Vocals

William Russo has been beating to the beat of a drum as far back as he can remember. He began drum lessons as an early teen and made his entrance to the music industry in the early 80s in Brevard County, Florida. Here, he began his music career in a local band called Last Chance. His passion for music continued in other local Brevard County bands, such as The Robin Chase Band, Hot Pursuit, Diamond Back, Double Down, and Elgin Hooper. Bill and lead vocalist Carrie Anne started Murphy’s Law Space Coast seven years ago, inspiring to bring a fresh perspective and creativity to the local music industry. Bill has been playing drums and percussion instruments for over 45 years and doesn’t plan on stopping any time soon. Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Rolling Stones, and Deep Purple are some of his inspirations. Entertaining became a way of life for William. He has been in various worship bands over the years and has a true passion for the Church and the effect music has on the Community. His love for percussion does not stop there, as he is also known for carrying some dynamic and killer vocals. 

Ken Sharp


Ken Sharp, as a toddler, gravitated to his teen sister’s room when she was playing the hit 45s at the time. In grade school, a classmate’s older brother’s band was his first exposure to the sound of a guitar cranked up and the feel of bass and drums hitting him in the chest, and he was hooked. He spent his teen years playing with anyone in small-town Arizona who wanted to play rock instead of country and his 20s in the original music scene of San Francisco. He continued his love of writing original music in Florida, resulting in a Waterline 42 album recorded at The Zone with local legend Pat Bautz on drums. He spent a couple of pre-pandemic years on bass with Honest Havoc, mixing original and cover material. He found his home with Murphy’s Law in 2023, loving the energy and vibe of the band and extended band family/friends/fans.

Chip Cruey

Bass and Vocals

Charles “Chip” Cruey is a legendary bass player here in Brevard County. He started playing bass when he was just 15 and has been in local bands for over 45 years. Chip began playing in the band Elgin Hooper in 1986 and recorded Elgin Hooper’s first CD in 1998. In 2019, he joined Murphy’s Law Space Coast alongside his former Elgin Hooper bandmate William Russo to pursue his next chapter as a musician. Chip emerges himself in his music to the very sole of every song. The late ZZ Top’s Dusty Hill and Lynryd Skynyrd’s Leon Wilkerson are a few of his true inspirations. His creative flair and energy are endless and apparent with every strum of the bass. With Chip, the sky is the limit, and with his talent, anything is possible. 

Michael Snider

Guitar and Vocals

Michael Snider picked up his first guitar when he was just 10 years old. His inspirations are Chet Atkins, also known as Mr. Guitar, and Les Paul himself. Mike’s earlier years consisted of creating duos and backing tracks before getting serious in the early 90’s. He enjoys playing drums, bass, and Keyboards. Mike started playing in local bands here in Brevard County in 2014 and joined Murphy’s Law in 2022 to add a second Guitar Player to the band. Along with vocal dynamics, he added a keyboard as well to make Murphy’s Law a bit more versatile. 

Kyle Jamison

Audio Engineer

Kyle Jamison’s love of music started at the early age of 7; music was a large part of his life throughout his teens. He has performed in several bands from his late teens to early 20s, working gigs on the Rhode Island, Massachusetts club circuit. At 25, Kyle took on the role of a live sound engineer and worked at a local sound company, New England Live Audio. There, he learned the ropes of setting up, running shows, and tearing down PAs in different venues, including clubs, outdoor events, corporate events, and even the Boston Garden. As a live sound engineer, Kyle has worked all over New England, from corporate events to large multi-day festivals such as; Fall River Celebrates America, Roger Williams Zoo – Feast with the Beasts, and Woonsocket Autumn Fest, to name a few. He has worked with B.B. King, Chaka Khan, Doug Belle and Bellevue Cadillac, and Room Full of Blues to name a few. Since moving to Florida, Kyle is now the exclusive sound engineer and production manager for Murphy’s Law.

In addition to 80’s and 90’s, Murphy’s Law Space Coast has a very broad range of genres from Classic, Country, Alternative and Current tunes that make you want to dance the night away. Murphy’s Law Space Coast entertains local bars, restaurants, outdoor festivals, various fund raisers and private parties among other venues.