Leah has been writing and performing music passionately for twelve years. She plays many instruments, has worked on projects, and her voice is her focus. She also loves music, writing novels, and creating art.
Award-winning Sardinian electro-acoustic stringed multi-instrumentalist songwriter, composer and performer, twice nominated at the Independent Music Awards (12th best instrumental album and 15th best Instrumental EP), Silver Medal Winner at Global Music Awards and Recording Academy Voting Member at Grammy Awards.
Roberto performs on a variety of instruments including Acoustic and electric Guitars, Weissenborn, Vichitra Veena, baritone 8 strings guitars, dobro, banjo and bouzouki.
William started playing violin at 10 years of age and won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music to study classical violin at age 14. He was leader of his first classical orchestra at 15 years of age and played solo with many after that. He has played in Jazz bands, Irish & Scottish folk bands, and has recorded for Singer/Songwriters.
Issar Shulman is a composer and professional double bass player. In 2008, he was nominated for an Emmy award for music and sound for the HBO movie “To die in Jerusalem” .
He has a B.A in psychology and is very interested in the connection between visual, sound,narratives and feelings as they are translated to music. He has scored many film, theater plays , T.V shows and series.
Larry Salzman is a drummer and world percussionist from Chicago Illinois. He specializes in ethnic percussion instruments from around the world. He has been referred to as a "Strong voice and leader in the percussion community." Currently Larry has over 40 album and CD credits, in addition to film, TV, and documentaries. Additionally he has three CD releases under his own name.
Backing Vocals/Former Bandmate
Michael Kentish is a published songwriter and his latest EP, 'Borrowed' is available for download and streaming.
The list of bands he's written for and played with shows a wealth of diversity, from the classic songwriting of Tea Thieves to the indie pop of The Random Chocolates.
He also played bass with spaghetti western band, Rebel Star.
Jamie Howell is a guitarist, bass guitarist and composer based in the South of the UK. His main interests are improvisation, jazz, rock, funk and noise.Over recent years Jamie has performed with some of Berkshire's best jazz musicians at venues and festivals including Marlborough Jazz festival, Flowing Spring Jazz festival, Basingstoke Live, Sub 69 (supporting Craig Charles) and the Reading Jazz Cafe (supporting Ian Shaw and Art Themen). Jamie has also been composing for his bands and gigging regularly on bass guitar and has recently taken up double bass. He lives in Hampshire and runs Kingsclere Rock School and Kingsclere Guitar Society.
Oliver learned classical piano during his childhood and Jazz piano during his teenage years. As a young adult, he also played guitar and performed lead vocals in various band projects in the late 80ties. During the 90ties he became interested in synthesizers and electronic music. He ran a music studio in Frankfurt/Germany between 1995 and 2004 and his music appeared on over 1 million records (vinyl and CD). In 2005, he focused on music production and moved to Taiwan, setting up a studio with hybrid mixing technology focusing on the finest gear to reach the best sound quality.