King Crimson drummer Pat Mastelotto and the world best therimin player Pamelia Kurstin.
Pamelia Kurstin (born Pamela Stickney May 28, 1976 in Southern California) is a world-renowned thereminist who has played and recorded with such prestigious artists as Air, David Byrne, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, and Ulver and has performed on the television show Saturday Night Live. Her background as a jazz musician on the upright bass has led to her unique "walking bass" theremin technique. Until recently (late 2005) working out of New York City, she now lives in Vienna, Austria.
Pat Mastelotto (born Lee Patrick Mastelotto Sept 10, 1955 in Northern California) is a world- renowned acoustic and electronic drummer/percussionist Mastelotto gained hits both in bands and as a side man with Mr. Mister, Scandal, Al Jarreau, Pointer Sisters, Patti LaBelle, Kenny Loggins, XTC, The Sugarcubes, Hall & Oates, Cock Robin, The Rembrandts, Jude Cole, Eddie Money, Tina Arena, Martika, Jack Wagner, Danny Wilde, Mark Jordon, Matthew Sweet, Julia Fordham, Robyn Hitchcock, David Sylvian, and others.
In the 90's pat became a member of King Crimson and has since worked with Robert Fripp, Adrian Belew, Tony Levin, John Paul Jones, Steve Hackett,Alan Holdsworth, the Flower Kings, and they will know us by the trail of the dead. Pat has double drummed duets with Bill Bruford, Terry Bozzio, Gavin Harrison and Danny Carrey, as well as progressive side projects like Tu, Tuner, Ktu, M.P.TU, and now Tunisia.