Dave Fox - Piano | The music of composer and pianist Dave Fox includes solo piano compositions, instrumental jazz, blues, and eclectic pop and rock. Fox has collaborated with a wide range of well-known musicians, including Frank Gratkowski, Melissa Reaves, Eugene Chadbourne, Scott Sawyer, Bruce Eisenbeil, Mike Wezolowski, Wally West, Ron Brendle, Greg Hyslop, and Kenny Soule. Since beginning his recording career in 1999, he has released five jazz recordings and one rock/Americana album to critical acclaim.
Neill Clegg - Sax, Clarinet, Flute | Neill Clegg has always been serious about music, especially jazz. During his time working at Harvey West Music in the late ‘60s, he was motivated to begin study the art from a saxophonist who played for Nat King Cole. In 1983, he returned to Greensboro to become the director of the jazz program at UNCG until 1985. He also taught jazz and classical woodwind at the Greensboro Musical Academy for nearly a decade. Today, he teaches saxophone and clarinet in Greensboro College’s music department, and is the director for the George Center for Honors Studies.
Matt Kendrick - Upright Bass | Composer/double bassist Matt Kendrick is a North Carolina native from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. After attending the North Carolina School of the Arts in his hometown, Kendrick moved to New York City, where he played in a variety of avant-garde jazz groups. He then moved to Knoxville, Tennessee, to study with renowned jazz educator Jerry Coker at the University of Tennessee and to perform with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. Kendrick returned to Winston-Salem in 1981 and has since been a leader in North Carolina’s jazz scene.
Greg Thymius - Clarinet | A true "New Yorker", Greg has been playing woodwinds on Broadway since 1998, Greg has performed in The Lion King, Frozen, Miss Saigon, Kiss Me Kate among many others. Most recently Greg was the featured Clarinetist in Kiss Me Kate and performed as a woodwind doubler in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
Jim Brock - Drums/Percussion | A proven innovator in the world of drums and percussion. Within his forty five year career he has appeared on literally hundreds of recordings with artists such as Joe Walsh, Joan Baez, Kathy Mattea, Joe Cocker, Janis Ian, River Phoenix, and James McMurtry. With five solo recordings and a DVD entitled The Nature Of Drumming,
Jim Has traveled the world extensively with performances on The Tonight Show, A Prairie Home Companion, and multiple appearances on The View, Good Morning America, just to name a few. Among these include a concert at the White House for President Clinton in 2000. Most recently, Jim was asked to compose the music for the documentary “The Spirit of Sacajawea”. For this work he is the recipient of the prestigious Telly award, and has currently been nominated for an Emmy award in the category of Composer.
Recorded/Engineered/Co-Produced By David Rhyne @ Traffic Sound Studio - Dallas, NC