Liz is a Wammie-nominated powerhouse singer who can also croon out the softer nuances of songs. Liz's tone is warm and soulful and while comparisons have been made to blues luminaries such as Bonnie Raitt, Etta James, Susan Tedeschi and Janiva Magness, Liz's singing style also has been influenced by a wide variety of folk, rock & pop artists that she has admired over the years. These include Adele, Joan Osborne, Carole King, Ann Wilson, Patsy Cline, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Linda Ronstadt.
Jay has been a musician from an early age and has been playing professionally since the late 1970s. He has extensive experience in numerous styles including jazz, blues, rock, funk, R&B, country, celtic and polkas. Jay considers highlights of his musical career to be performing with Chuck Berry, Percy Sledge, and the Montgomery County Symphony Orchestra. You may also recognize him from the time he spent playing with local greats Billy Thompson and Darryl Davis.
From his early beginnings as a pre-teen suburban folksinger, Wammie-nominated guitarist Keith Grimes has risen to his current position as a widely respected figure in the field of Rhythm and Blues, although his friends still mock him on occasion. After studying at the Berklee College of Music, Keith worked the East Coast hotel circuit for a few years before teaming up with Pittsburgh soul singer Billy Price, with whom he worked extensively. Later collaborations followed with artists including Eva Cassidy and Chuck Brown, the Godfather of Go-Go.