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David Young

David Young’s reputation as The Flute Man was born on the streets of Venice Beach, CA, where he developed an audience of admirers resulting in the sale of over a million CDs and 25 million streams/ downloads of his music. Wearing a puffy white pirate shirt while performing at Venice Beach, David inspired the writers of Seinfeld to create the “puffy shirt” episode.


As a singer and guitarist, David made his start in the upstate NY club scene, from 1980-1982, playing the part of Angus in QT Hush, The Tribute to AC/DC. He lead the band to become one of the biggest club/ concert draws from Buffalo to Boston to Baltimore.


David has written and produced 70 albums in various genres including new age, rock, and singer-sonwriter. Contributing to David’s recordings are world class musicians, including Tony Levin, Jerry Marotta, Tony Franklin, Ricky Peterson, Noah Levy, John Philip Shenale, Bebu Silvetti, and Frankie Moreno.


Young’s version of “By The Time We Got To Woodstock” was used in the Woodstock Museum for the 40th anniversary of the legendary music festival.

In 1990, Young placed second in a 24 hour blues guitar competition of L.A.’s best guitarists put on by Guitar Center.

Young played in a bluesy rock power trio in Los Angeles with Matt Abst (Govt Mule, Dickey Betts Band) and bass player Lou Castro (Albert Lee) in Los Angeles. David has also written three musicals, and authored four books on spirituality.

Clifford Carter


New York based keyboardist Clifford Carter has performed and recorded in an eclectic range of musical styles including, blues, pop, rock, folk, gospel, and jazz.


On the blues side, Carter’s Hammond organ playing is featured on James Taylor’s legendary, Steamroller Blues, from the 1993 multi platinum classic, James Taylor Live.


He has performed, The Thrill Is Gone, with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame blues titan B.B King and Tracy Chapman on the David Letterman Show.


Clifford has worked with drummer musical/director, and producer Steve Jordan, performing at special events with Warren Haynes, Keith Richards, Dr. John and Bettye LaVette.


Recent gigs include performances with Chicago blues guitarist/ vocalist Ronnie Baker Brooks and recording for guitarist Robben Ford’s latest recording Common Ground (co-led by saxophonist Bill Evans). Carter co-wrote and produced the title song with Evans, featuring bassist Daryl Jones, (The Rolling Stones, Miles Davis, Sting) and drummer Keith Carlock, (Steely Dan). 


Gregg Bissonette


One of the world’s premier drummers, Gregg is a four time winner of Best Drummer in Drummers World Magazine as well as having the honor to be Ringo Starr’s drummer in his All Starr Band since 2008.


Gregg recently won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues album for his playing on Edgar Winter’s, Brother Johnny.


An extraordinary, versatile drummer, Gregg has played with David Lee Roth, James Taylor, Santana (on his Grammy winning album Supernatural), Don Henley, Joe Satriani, and Andrea Bocelli.


Gregg has recorded music for numerous films: The Bucket List, Finding Nemo, Best in Show, The Bourne Supremacy, The Devil Wears Prada, The 40 Year Old Virgin, the TV show Friends and the Buddy Rich memorial concert.

Gregg has three solo albums, Gregg Bissonette, Submarine, Warning Will Robinson, and an award-winning two-disc DVD, Musical Drumming in Different Styles (Hudson Music), and recently recorded video lessons for Kennan Wylie’s Drumset Method books (Hal Leonard). 

Sean Hurley



Since moving to L.A. from Massachusetts as a member of the band Vertical Horizon in 2000, Sean has made a name for himself as a top call bassist whose recording credits include John Mayer, Edgar Winter, Michael Buble, Robin Thicke, Idina Menzel, Alicia Keyes, Alanis Morissette, Annie Lennox, Ringo Star, and Lizzie McAlpine, as well as many film and TV scores. 


Sean recently won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Blues album for Edgar Winter’s, Brother Johnny. 


Sean has toured extensively with John Mayer, with blues harmonica player James Montgomery and numerous blues groups in Boston.  


Sean has a signature bass made by Fender. 



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