Artists

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Doug Wimbish
From the legendary Sugar Hill Gang to the pioneering Living Colour, bass virtuoso Doug Wimbish has a celebrated career performing with world-renowned artists.

Doug Wimbish

“I’m not just a bass player, I’m a sound system.” From holding down the low end for the legendary rap label Sugar Hill, backing Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, to playing bass in the pioneering Living Colour, Doug Wimbish has lent his innovative and creative bass grooves and sounds to a high-powered roster of world-renowned musicians

Tom Petersson
Tom Petersson is the bass guitarist for the legendary rock group Cheap Trick. Tom is also known as the inventor of the 12 string bass.

Tom Petersson

Tom Petersson is the bass guitarist for the legendary rock group Cheap Trick. Tom is also known as the inventor of the 12 string bass.

Steve Flato
Steve Flato is a composer and guitarist from San Diego, CA. He is interested in using the wide vocabulary of sounds and techniques found in experimental music to express and process his own internal experiences. He aims to use sound as a therapeutic tool by exploring anxiety, trauma, and loss and its potential for generating personal growth and meaning. His music encompasses microtonal/just intonation electric guitar, self-generating process pieces, noisy experiments with song-form, minimal text-based scores utilizing broken electronics, clusters of tones and textures written for pipe organ and filtered white noise, and pieces of musique-concrete exploring ambience and slow movement.

Steve Flato

"I had heard (Steve) play the Gizmo and immediately thought that its beautiful, ethereal tone and vibe would be great to mix with strings for IT COMES AT NIGHT" - Brian McOmber, Film Score Composer.

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Joey Z
Joey Z of Life of Agony - A hard rock/metal crossover band from Brooklyn, NY. Best known for their debut album "River Runs Red", LOA has shared stages with the biggest names in rock for over two decades, including Metallica, Black Sabbath, Slipknot, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Other studio albums include "Ugly", "Soul Searching Sun", and "Broken Valley."

Joey Z

Joey Z of Life of Agony - A hard rock/metal crossover band from Brooklyn, NY. Best known for their debut album "River Runs Red", LOA has shared stages with the biggest names in rock for over two decades, including Metallica, Black Sabbath, Slipknot, and The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Other studio albums include "Ugly", "Soul Searching Sun", and "Broken Valley."

Fernando Perdomo
Fernando Perdomo is a powerhouse of the LA music scene who lives and breathes music and The LA Weekly dubbed as "The millennial answer to Todd Rundgren". A veteran at 37, he has made a name for himself as an in-demand Producer, Singer/Songwriter, and Multi-Instrumentalist. Perdomo is a product of the eclectic record collection he put together at an early age as a regular customer in every thrift store and flea market in Miami. Perdomo owns and operates Reseda Ranch Studios. Some of his current projects include folk legend Linda Perhacs, Dean Ford, Andy Pratt, Rebecca Pidgeon, Cristina Vane, Jacob Jeffries, The Dirty Diamond, Ex Norwegian, Alih Jey, Emitt Rhodes (as a bass player), Dave Kerzner (as a bassist and guitarist), Cait Brennan, Ken Sharp, and TV music for Honda, Target, McDonalds, Goya, Dunkin Donuts, Toyota, Shameless, and Dexter. Fernando's touring and recording credits include Christian Castro, Paulina Rubio, Soraya, Mika, Sam Moore (of Sam and Dave), Frankie Negron, Hilary McCrae, Elsten Torres, and Dave Kerzner. Fernando performs annually on the Cruise To The Edge, a progressive rock music cruise experience, as the guitarist for Dave Kerzner Band. In 2017, he performed with Dave Kerzner Band at ProgDay Festival, ProgStock Festival, and Progtoberfest III and is slated to perform at ProgDreams VII Festival in Amsterdam in March of 2018. In 2014, Perdomo joined acclaimed LA band The Dirty Diamond and performed at The Greek Theater, House of Blues, The Avalon, The Roxy, and The Troubadour. In 2015, Fernando recorded most of the bass and guitars on the acclaimed album "New World" by Dave Kerzner, along with Steve Hackett (Genesis), Keith Emerson (ELP), Simon Phillips (The Who), Colin Edwin (Porcupine Tree), Durga McBroom Hudson (Pink Floyd), Francis Dunnery, Nick D'Virgilio, Billy Sherwood and more. In 2017, Fernando also recorded most of the bass and guitars on Kerzner's highly-acclaimed second solo album, "Static". On October 12, 2015, Fernando was one of the guitar players at the "Echo In The Canyon" concert in Los Angeles with Fiona Apple, Jakob Dylan, Regina Spektor, Beck, Cat Power, and Jade Castrinos. Fernando will also be on the companion album of the project scheduled for release in the spring of 2018. Fernando Perdomo's 5th solo album, and his first Instrumental Progressive Rock album, will be released by Forward Motion Records on February 9, 2018. "Out To Sea" was recorded and produced by Perdomo at his own Reseda Ranch Studios, mixed and mastered by Grammy Award Winner Zach Ziskin, with cover art by Paul Whitehead. Previous covers by Whitehead include Trespass, Nursery Cryme, and Foxtrot by Genesis. His 4th solo album, released summer 2017, "The Golden Hour" was recorded at the iconic Ardent Studios in Memphis, TN, with engineer Adam Hill, and Reseda Ranch Studios in Reseda, CA, mixed and mastered by Grammy Award Winner Zach Ziskin.

Fernando Perdomo

Fernando Perdomo is a powerhouse of the LA music scene who lives and breathes music and The LA Weekly dubbed as "The millennial answer to Todd Rundgren". A veteran at 37, he has made a name for himself as an in-demand Producer, Singer/Songwriter, and Multi-Instrumentalist.

 

Vernon Reid
Vernon Reid is the founder, guitarist and main songwriter of the band of Living Colour. He is ranked as #66 on Rolling Stone's 2004 list of the the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.

Vernon Reid

Vernon Reid is the founder, guitarist and main songwriter of the band of Living Colour. He is ranked as #66 on Rolling Stone's 2004 list of the the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.