Joshua Davis, bass, has toured the world as an accompanist for such greats as Clark Terry, George Garzone, Gene Bertoncini, The Ritz, Art Van Damme, and The Artie Shaw Band. He was hired at age 25 to teach performance studies at Berklee College of Music and has just accepted a nationally listed position developing the jazz program at Towson University.
Vardan Ovsepian, piano, a native of Yerevan, Armenia, received early training as a nationally awarded classical pianist in the top conservatories of Yerevan, Tallinn, and Helsinki. A full scholarship brought him to Berklee College of Music where he quickly garnered favor and frequent performance invitation from Boston's elite, -Hal Crook, Tony Malaby, and Mick Goodrick, to name a few. Ovsepian, Toriyama, and Davis record for Fresh Sound Records.
Take Toriyama, drums/percussion, enjoyed tremendous success in Japan as a founding member of Vision, a hit Japanese rock band of the 90's. Soon after his 1993 Berklee arrival he became first call in top circles of both Boston and New York. His performing and recording credits include Hal Crook, Dave Liebman, Jerry Bergonzi, Ravi Coltrane, Bob Brookmeyer, George Garzone, Tony Malaby, Jack Wilkins, Chuck Loeb, Jimmy Heath, Danilo Perez, and Chick Corea.
Tim Miller has recently appeared on a recording featuring bass legend Eddie Gomez and renowned saxophonist George Garzone. Recently, the University of North Texas Guitar Department invited Miller and his trio to perform and give a Master class on guitar and improvisation. The trio also appeared at the International NAMM show as featured artists. His latest release "Sides" proves to be another exciting collaboration of original young artists that leaves a fresh sound resonating with honesty and soul.