Sylvia Cuenca - drums; Milo Peterson - guitar;
Essiet Essiet - bass
Since moving to New York City, drummer Sylvia Cuenca is an active young drummer on the New York jazz scene who has performed and toured with such jazz luminaries as Clark Terry, Eddie Henderson, Gary Bartz, Kenny Drew, Jr., John Hicks, George Cables, Marian McPartland, Jon Faddis, Frank Foster's Loud Minority Big Band, Ed Cherry, Bootsie Barnes Kenny Barron, Hilton Ruiz, Dave Valentin, Michael Brecker, Ray Drummond, Ralph Moore, Regina Carter, Richie Cole, Arthur Blythe, Billy Taylor, James Spaulding, Emily Remler, Valery Ponomarov, Houston Person, Mulgrew Miller, Lew Tabackin, Lew Soloff, Jon Hendricks, Etta Jones, Helen Merrill, Dianne Reeves, Kevin Mahogany, Dave Stryker, Geoff Keezer and Bruce Foreman, Ralph Bowen, Joshua Redman, Vincent Herring, Jesse Davis, Mingus Big Band, The Boys Choir of Harlem and the European based Vienna Art Orchestra, as well as her recordings as a leader, The Crossing and Exit 13. She can be heard on recordings by Clark Terry, Ron McClure, Ted Curson and The Vienna Art Orchestra, among others. She has performed at festivals and jazz clubs from L.A. to D.C. As a leader, she performed recently with her own group at the Mary Lou Williams Jazz Festival at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.
Matt Jorgensen - drums; George Colligan - organ;
Tom Guarna - guitar
Matt Jorgensen is a drummer, producer, composer and arranger who has built an impressive resume as one of the most in-demand jazz musicians on the west coast. He has released five CDs under his own name and is also a co-leader of the group Human Spirit. As a sideman he is frequently called on by an impressive list of musicians including Dr. Lonnie Smith, Eric Alexander, Bill Mays, Stanley Jordan, Corey Christiansen, Thomas Marriott, Ray Vega, Peter Bernstein, Vincent Herring, Bobby Shew, Mike LeDonne, George Colligan, Reggie Workman, Tim Ries, Chuck Leavell and others.
Sean Lane - The Bike
Originally from California and moving to Seattle in 2004, drummer Sean Lane has worked with artists such as Fences, Ivan and Alyosha, Yppah, Perfume Genius, Anomie Belle and Mansions. Over the last three years he has performed at Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, SXSW and Sasquatch.
Lane will be performing solo on "the bike" ... his own creation.
Rod Cook - guitar; Jon Bayless - bass;
Chris Leighton - drums
Chris's professional drumming career began 1970. He has performed live, recorded as a studio musician, record producer, and percussion instructor in the local, regional, national, and international music scenes. He has recorded over 1200 commercials, 60 albums/CDs, and numerous movie soundtracks since 1970.
Leighton's credits include performances with Bill Frisell, Bo Diddley, Eddie Harris, The Beach Boys, Herb Ellis, Chuck Berry and more.