— An eclectic collective of world-class and internationally respected musicians whose talent is capable of satisfying any musical request. 



Doug Wimbish


— Legendary Bassist (Original Sugar Hill Rhythm Section, Living Colour, Jeff Beck, Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Idol, James Brown, Depeche Mode, Annie Lennox, Seal, Herb Alpert, Michael Hutchence, Tara Turunen, On-U Sound, Tack>>Head, Jungle Funk ... )


• Christian Howes


— Les Paul's violinist is fluent in classical, jazz, rock, soul, and any other musical language.


• Allan Harris

— Tony Bennet's favorite, often voted New York City's finest jazz vocalist.


• Suénalo

— According to critics and fans alike, Miami's best Afro-Cuban Rock, Funk, Hip-Hop band.


• Jesse Jones Jr.


— The quintesential stage performer/saxophonist. (Funk, Soul, Straight Ahead Jazz)


• Adam Falcon


— New York City nightclub singer/guitarist/song writer (George Benson, Nona Hendryx)


• Vinx


—  Hand picked by Sting to join the Police on the band's first (1982) world tour.


• Ladell McLin


— Playing his own Chicago brand of electrified blues (Koko Taylor, Buddy Guy, Blood Ulmer)


• Will Calhoun


— Living Colour drummer who leads his own world music and jazz-influenced bands.


• Dj Rampage Global


— A popular NYC turntablist whose Reggae-influenced style caught Lauryn Hill's attention.


• Alex Baugh & The Crazy Carls


— A Florida blend of surf/pop music, especially popular with the Millennials. 


• David Pastorius w/Local 518


— Following his legendary uncle's lead, Pastorius takes his fusion bass on a rock n roll ride.


• The Decotones


— Miami's answer to The Manhattan Transfer easily holds up South Florida's reputation.  


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