Mannix OConnor - Songwriter, Vocal, Bass, Harmonica, Guitar
When Mannix was younger, he spent several years with jazz great Dave Brubeck and studied bass with the famous studio bassist Carol Kaye. Her work can be heard on most of the Beach Boys hits as well as songs by Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Simon and Garfunkel, The Doors, The Supremes, The 4 Tops, Temptations and many others.
His first original band, The Tremblers, were voted Best Original Local Rock Band in Denver, CO. Featured on radio and MTV, the band played colleges, film festivals, and concerts for 5 years. Other groups that were part of the Denver scene at the time were Big Head Todd and the Monsters, the Samples and the Subdudes.
Karen Soo Hoo - Songwriter, Vocal, Guitar
Karen begain her musical career as a drummer and has shared the stage with Taylor Dayne, Joan Jett, Train and Chris Isaak among others.
Karen's music is a cool compilation of all that she is. Soulful guitar and lyrics combined with rhythmic diversity lend themselves to her soft edgy vocals. Her fun-loving "work with it, not for it" attitude presents itself beautifully in her work!
Steve Weigant - Songwriter, Vocal, Guitar, Bass
Steve was born under a bad sign at the crossroads in a red house. He grew up near penny lane on a street with very good vibrations. In the midnight hour he got the key to the highway and headed for route 66. His first job was like a highway to hell but back in the USSR the war pigs had the power. So yesterday like a bridge over troubled water he decided to just rock this town. "I can see clearly now and all I wanna do is fight for your right to party. So let it be and don't worry be happy."
Charlie Teall - Keyboards, Bass, Guitar, Vocals
Charlie joined his first band when he was 13 years old and has been playing in a variety of rock and jazz bands ever since. His main influences are a mix of Caribbean, Soul, Funk, and Jazz artists including Jimmy Buffett, The Radiators, The Meters, Trey Anastasio, John Hiatt, The Neville Brothers, Jeff Golub and Jimmy McGriff.