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Time Jumpers : Old School Countryfied Swing
SF BAY AREA (sort of - in alphabetical order) 
Atma Anur : Drummer/producer. Out there, but he is amazing. I met him in the late 80's- he approached me after a Morty's jam. Unfortunately for us in the Bay Area, he moved to Poland.
Lynn Asher : Lynn is one of my soulful sisters - she is so focused and positive.
Don Bassey : Bass player, singer, Buddha type dude. He rocks in so many ways.
Tracy Blackman : singer, songwriter. Tracy has taught for Blue Star and is currently playing in Danny Click's band. We sang together in the Breastival. She's a soulful person.
Jesse Brewster : Also contributes his talents to Breastival. He's a singer/songwriter on the rise.
Jamie Clark : incredibly soulful voice, I first heard Jamie at a Steve Sodokoff event.
JL Stiles :  I can't describe him. He's an artist.
Danny Click : guitar hero, songwriter. I admire his amazing focus and honesty.
Maiden Lane : Rock. This group of young musicians are in it for the long haul,but something tells me they won't have to haul for very long...
Mari Mack : me. I guess you could say I'm influenced by old school blues/soul, but I have a lot more music to record yet.  My band : Livin' Like Kings
Monophonics : old school soul band. In 2007, I asked Andrew Fried, one of our assistant engineers at The Plant, who was also working at the Boom Boom Room, what band he thought we approach for a non-profit artist development project. He said, "The Monophonics" - that resulted in their first CD, "Playin' Simple"and their second one as well.
Jay Trainer : a kindred spirit! He started a similar non-profit project to our initia "A Vehicle for Change" project, called "Artful Change"
Susan Z : probably best known for her work with Mountain Play, Susan produces a yearly event in Fairfax to raise awareness and funding to fight breast cancer. This year's event is called Rack n Roll Breastival.
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