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Heitsi-Eibib Ogun

Highschool and college years he played with R&B and cover bands in the NY, CT area. 1994-2001 he played with smooth jazz musicians. 2001-2006 he explored avant-garde music. From 2006 to 2013, he has played with various straight ahead jazz musicians. Since then he's been working on improvisational compositions. For more music and contact info, check out soundcloud.com/thomasbirl or facebook.com/tbirl

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Adam Ahuja

NYC-based Adam Ahuja is a live-looping artist, keyboardist, vocalist, and multi- instrumentalist. He has drawn international recognition touring independently as an artist and as a past member of acts such as Robert Randolph & Family Band and the Ana Popovic Band. Ahuja’s keen sense of the contemporary music scene prompted him to establish Infinity Gritty, a music label, consultancy, and artist development agency. Infinity Gritty has partnered with Grammy-winning label Ropeadope Records on distribution and promotion for multiple projects. Ropeadope is home to albums by jazz luminaries such as Christian Scott, Nate Smith, Snarky Puppy, and others. In 2017, Ahuja released his critically-acclaimed album “Ubiquity” via the Infinity Gritty / Ropeadope joint venture, on which he composed and performed all music, including keyboards, guitar, bass, drums, percussion, and voice, and wrote the lyrics

Connor Lafollette

Connor Lafollette is a drummer and keyboard player based out of Knoxville, TN. He is junior at University of Tennessee School of Music. He has played in numerous jazz bands including The Terrapin Quartet, the Jake Bird Trio, and Swingbooty.

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Bryan McAllister

Bryan McAllister is a composer, bandleader, and keyboardist from Rocky Mount, NC and currently living in Reno, NV. Influenced by many genres and music styles, Bryan has found a voice in his playing and writing through blending electronics with acoustic instruments. Bryan has toured his own bands as well as touring with a handful of rock and metal bands, and the acclaimed indie rock group The Tragic Thrills. After finishing graduate school at the University of Nevada, Bryan was hired to the faculty, teaching courses in musicology and the arts. Bryan has had the honor of playing with many great musicians including Peter Epstein, Donny McCaslin, Marvin 'Smitty' Smith, Bennie Maupin, Dara Tucker, and Lage Lund.

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Ken Aihara

Ken Aihara is Boston and New York based Japanese Multi-Keyboard player/Composer/ producer and Sound designer. Ken mixes different elements of music ( Jazz fusion, EDM, Rock, etc..) to create his own style. also his performance produce deep and energy sound. Called “New type of keyboardist….. such as keyboard beast!!” In 2018-2019, Ken recorded Progressive Fusion single "Theia Impact"(release end of Jan 2019) and Album "Multiverse"(Release Feb 2019) with Bob Lanzetti(Snarky Pappy, 3-times Grammy winner), Evan Marien(Allan Holdsworth), Marko Djordjevic(Matt Garrison) and Aaron Nevezie(Emmy Award-nominated for tracking and mixing music for the documentary film "In a Dream" ) at Bunker studio.

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Nathan Sanders

Nathan Sanders is an American jazz keyboardist from Berkeley California. Nathan has worked with his brother Tyrone Sanders on albums and producing other artists. Nathan is also cousins to Elijah Baker from the group Tony, Toni, Toné. Nathan resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Ashlae Blume

Ashlae Blume is an American musician, composer and producer. Born in Baltimore, Blume studied piano and trumpet from an early age, attending classes with Maynard Ferguson and others in the D.C. area. She took a break from music upon moving to upstate New York to study at Cornell University. Upon moving to New Orleans in 2008, Blume began performing regularly as a vocalist, accordionist, and pianist. She is currently a resident of New York City, splitting time between the two cities and touring both solo and with her band Laelume. Other projects include a solo electronic music project, and collaboration with various artists.

John Joseph Trinckes

John and Linda Trinckes John and Linda Trinckes met less than 3 years ago. It was just over a year after both of them lost loved ones who passed on. After raising children, working to pay the bills and taking care of others who were seriously ill, they had both put their talents and dreams on hold. John taught music for 38 years, but had always wanted to write original music. Linda wrote poetry and sang, but never pursued songwriting, or sang much in public. Immediately after they met, they began singing together. Now, in less than 3 years, they have 80 original songs, 12 albums or EPs, and a musical


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