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Doug Meador (lead vocals, keys and guitar) hit the L.A. live music and recording scene, performing and/or recording with members of Steppenwolf, The Edgar Winter Group, The Eric Burdon Band, Ian Hunter Band, Sparks and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, among others. He was a member of the Mike Ronstadt Band led by Linda's younger brother, and a member of Geisha, replacing Tony Kaye (founding member of Yes).
Doug performed concerts across the country with a young television "star" and wanna-be pop star, and appeared on national t.v. with him.
He has also appeared on a major movie soundtrack and, performing his original songs, on the Bay Area's KRON-4 TV.
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Kenny Susan (bass and vocals) is a self-taught multi-instrumentalist and vocalist. He has toured the U.S. and Europe with a wide variety of bands, including 60's icon Lester Chambers of the Chambers Brothers, the Dawson/Tate band, Ashley Levy, The Beer Scounts and the Sorentinos, who shared the stage with artists Chris Isaak, Chicago, Peter Frampton and a host of others.
Jeff Nassi - (Drums and percussion) - Jeff’s musical career has included touring, recording, and teaching. He studied with a number of great teachers including legendary drummer Carmine Appice, who played with Vanilla Fudge, Rod Stewart and Jeff Beck.
Jeff has toured throughout the U.S. and Canada with several bands. He has performed at many popular venues including the Roxy, the Whiskey, and the Palladium in Los Angeles, and the Academy of Music and CBGB’s in New York with artists such as Meredith Brooks, Room with a View, Magi, Karie Hillery, The Unauthorized Rolling Stones, and Ashley Levy.
Sunil Sharma - (Guitar and vocals) - After taking up the guitar and rocking the Orange County punk rock scene, Sunil studied music and composition at OCC.
Since moving to Berkeley in 1990, he has performed regularly throughout the Bay Area in various bands and in several theater productions at UC Berkeley.
In 1992, Sunil moved to Sonoma County to begin his undergraduate work in music performance and composition at Sonoma State University. After graduating from SSU in 1996, Sunil lived briefly in New Orleans while touring the South with the late blues singer and trumpeter Anders Jefferson.
Sunil co-founded the jazz-rock group Reality Check, performed extensively with the Sebastopol-based jazz-rock group Blusion and is featured on their first album, “Fuse It or Lose It.” He has toured and performed regularly with singer/songwriter Alison Harris and more recently, he was the lead guitarist for Frankie Bourne and The Wildcards and appears on their 2020 album, “Wildcards”.