Association’s “Led Line Road” to perform at REALTOR® Conference in St. Charles

Led Line Road band photo

Illinois Association of REALTORS® staff and band members: Matt Brewer, Ralph Carbonell, Greg St. Aubin, Kyle Anderson and Mark Enlow

“Led Line Road” will be making their debut performance at this year’s networking reception on Oct. 1 to kick off the 2013 Illinois Association of REALTORS® Fall Conference & Expo in St. Charles, Ill.  And we’re especially excited here at the IAR headquarters to showcase this talent. Why? It’s our house band!

That’s right! When these guys are not busy fighting fire sprinkler mandates, upgrading servers and creating complex matrices, they are jamming together in Mark’s garage. Read these fun facts about the band members and come hear their renditions of songs from Jimmy Buffet to Lynyrd Skynyrd and everything in between. All IAR Fall Conference, Commercial Session and REbarcamp Illinois attendees are welcome.

Kyle Anderson

  • What you do at IAR: Local Government Affairs Director representing the Greater Gateway, Southwestern Illinois and Egyptian REALTOR® organizations
  • Role in the band: Rhythm Guitar
  • Favorite genre of music, band/artist or album: Rock N Roll, Counting Crows

“I have seen a lot of rock concerts and in college I travelled the Midwest and East Coast following the band Counting Crows. I have seen them over 40 times (43 to be exact).”


Matt Brewer

  • bbgun and peasWhat you do at IAR: System Administrator
  • Role in the band: Lead Guitar
  • Favorite genre of music, band/artist or album: Tom Petty is the MAN!

“When I was 12 I was involved in an incident involving frozen pees and a BB gun. I now have a BB stuck in my right hand.”

Ralph Carbonell

  • What you do at IAR: I am a technician in the Information Technology department
  • Role in the band: Bass Player, Singer
  • Favorite genre of music, band/artist or album: I love many genres of music that range from Jazz to Metal. I am a huge fan of The Doors. A very important album in my life is “More Songs About Buildings and Food” by the Talking Heads

“My grandfather was a famous composer in The Philippines in the 1940’s and 1950’s.  He is the reason for my love of music.”


Mark Enlow

  • music and technology collageWhat you do at IAR: Education Technology Analyst
  • Role in the band: Percussion & Backup Vocals
  • Favorite genre of music, band/artist or album: 60’s & 70’s Rock – Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan rule! There is no post-70’s music, all possible music was written by 1980…

“After 32 years in the technology business, I still enjoy relaxing in the shade of my vintage UNIVAC Computer, merrily munching microchips. My observations on technology, which are intended to assist all of mankind:

  • Computers make very fast, very accurate mistakes
  • Evolution is God’s way of issuing upgrades
  • If at first you don’t succeed; call it version 1.0

I would love to change the world, but they won’t give me the source code.”


Greg St. Aubin

  • What you do at IAR: Statehouse lobbyist and Director of Governmental Affairs
  • Role in the band: Harmonica (otherwise known as “harp”), and rhythm guitar on some songs
  • Favorite genre of music, band/artist or album: Traditional blues, southern blues/rock

“I’ve sat in with blues bands all over the country, in all kinds of blues clubs, from prominent clubs like Buddy Guy’s, to hole-in-the-wall dives that smell like…well, y’know… I will tell you the story of how I came by the stage nickname of “Brother Ray” sometime.”



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