Gavin Christopher is an R&B singer and musician born in Chicago, Illinois where he started out playing music at a very early age. Having been schooled by the likes of Oscar Brown Jr., Donny Hathaway and later on Curtis Mayfield, he honed his writing and singing skills and began his career, first in a band called Lyfe (which also included Chaka Khan).
Michael Ross, born in Chicago, IL. was encouraged at an early age to take private guitar lessons at the Chicago School of Music. While advancing his studies in music, Michael has played some of Chicago's local jazz clubs. His first big break was becoming a staff guitarist for the first New York Broadway National Touring Company's production of "The Wiz," that toured across the United States.
Koku Gonza is the definition of Natural talent. She is a singer who specializes in song writing and her music can be categorized in different genres, nu soul, rhythm and blues, electro soul, etc. When it comes to Koku’s process in making music, her self discipline and focus has can be described by collaborators as that of a perfectionist.
RON PRINCE, known best for his eleven year affiliation with The Kinsey Report, was ten years old when WiIlie Dixon opened his studio four blocks from Ron's house on 76th and Racine streets deep in Chicago's southside. It would be four years before Ron would start hanging out there. At twelve, Ron's Dad bought him his first guitar.
Chicago guitarist backed famous blues and jazz musicians (in an era when the two groups notoriously failed to get along) including a long membership during the avant-garde days of the Miles Davis group, Chuck Berry, Billy Stewart, Fontella Bass, Etta James, the Soul Stirrers, Jerry Butler, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and Herbie Hancock.