With influences from Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, The Band, Joe Cocker and other soulful blues, R&B and pop singers, Neil is the classic front man.
Co-founder of late 70′s/early 80′s new wave and rock-a-billy Toronto recording and live act with “Willie English”. Also the #2 man at one of the largest independent insurance brokerages in the country, JonesDeslauriers Insurance Management Inc.
A rock influenced member of Don Mills based “Kelly’s Eye” in the 1970′s and currently takes on the role of musical advisor for the band. Also a member of the Toronto Board of Education Freedom 55 plan.
Soulful, jazzy, blues, gospel – no matter the genre – Kim is always note perfect. Kim is not only Neil’s charming sister; she is the fearless ally of the band’s front man, in business and play. Kim is also #1 Mom to a musical brood of 7 in the Port Perry area.
Gerry doesn’t mind if he doesn’t make the scene, He’s got a daytime job, he’s doin alright! But he can play the honky-tonk like anything. He’s savin it up for Friday night!
Larry has played professionally in the Toronto music scene for over 30 years and has recorded with the likes of The Downchild Blues Band.
Larry has held horn workshops for the Toronto Blues society and now operates a teaching studio. Moojazzmusic.
Playing sax and flute.
Rob Yale is a professional composer and keyboardist specializing in music for games. He brings a depth of experience to the gaming world based on years of performance and recording with such diverse acts as David Bowie, Bruce Cockburn and Jane Siberry. As well as working on music albums, he has performed on numerous film and television projects. Also, he is at ease in a number of musical styles, from classical and orchestral, to rock and electronic.
Rocky has been active on the Toronto R&B, Blues and Jazz scene since the early 70’s. Groups he has collaborated /or performed with over the years include Solomon Burke, Lighthouse, Downchild, Garth Hudson, Fathead, Danny Brooks, Randy Bachman, Danny Marks as well as with his own bands, Cueball and The Buzz.