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The music of London-born singer-songwriter Jamie O’Brien reflects his Irish heritage along with his travels in Western Europe and the United States. Accompanying himself on guitar and ukulele, he sings songs which tell stories from diverse cultures - Celtic, Appalachian, Hawaiian and more - often showing how many of them have also traveled across oceans to take on new lives in new settings.
Quite possibly, the most versatile musician you will ever hear. Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, song writer, arranger, producer. Playing 5-String Electric Violin, Acoustic Violin, Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Mandolin and Vocals. Classically trained but enjoys performing Jazz, Latin, Rock, Blues, Celtic, Country, Bluegrass, and Originals. Experienced, Professional, Versatile, and Roadworthy. Dale has toured over 23 western states including Hawaii, gigging from one nighters to house band jobs that lasted years.
Greg Morton was born in Memphis, Tennessee. He began to play the guitar when he was around 12 years of age. Greg's natural musical ability allowed him to quickly develop a mastery of the guitar. While living in Memphis, Greg won the Midsouth Championship in guitar and mandolin. Greg has toured with several other musicians including Mark O'Connor and the White family. Greg traveled around the world as a member of the USO. At one point, he was a member of Don Ho's band in Honolulu, Hawaii. In 2001, 2002, and 2004, Greg won the extremely prestigious TAMMIES Award (Tucson Area Music Awards) for Best Acoustic Guitarist. Greg's band, the "Greg Morton Trio", won the TAMMIES Award for Best Country & Western Band in 2003, and Best Bluegrass Band in 2004. Today, Greg plays in various venues throughout southern Arizona. He also teaches workshops for the aspiring musicians in the region.
Reminiscent of AM radio, Michael plays a unique blend of rock and country covers. He has recently performed at The Rialto Theater, Maker House, and Bookman's, and is the house musician at St. Philip's Farmers Market, every Saturday and Sunday.
David Rose is an acoustic guitarist who explores the endless sonic possibilities of his instrument constructed of wood and steel, interweaving his vocals through a percussive interplay of guitar strumming, slapping, and tapping. He studied classical guitar and received a B.A. in music from the University of New Mexico. But as his artistic vision has changed, he has shed the nylon string for the steel string and embraced vocals as a compliment to the capabilities of the guitar. He also loves the heavier styles of the electric guitar, and has experimented with evoking the rhythmic character of this music into his playing. As David continues to grow as a musician, his singular goal will be to find out what the guitar is capable of, and in a sense to find out what he is capable of.