|Wrightwood Records recording artist MARILYN HARRIS saved her allowance for 5 years to buy her first piano at the age of 10. Since then she's worked with Bette Midler, Jim Brickman, jazz luminaries, Vegas acts and polka musicians, among many others. She's provided piano, vocals and composition for 2 jazz CDs, 2 jazz/pop CDs and 6 meditation and relaxation CDs from Wrightwood Records. Read about and hear more of Marilyn's music at her website: www.marilynharris.com|
|Wrightwood Records recording artist MARK WOLFRAM is a composer, conductor, music producer, arranger, orchestrator, trombonist, singer, recording engineer, YouTube.com filmmaker (see the Video page), graphic artist, website designer and, oh yeah, he's also the president of Wrightwood Records. Read about and hear more of Mark's music at his website: www.markwolfram.com|
|Renaissance woman MARA PURL pioneered the koto in contemporary music, recording with jazz greats Bill Dixon and Charles Lloyd, as well as with R&B band Mandrill. She performed with the Joffrey Ballet, Dance Theater of Harlem and the NY City Ballet, where she premiered Jerome Robbins' WATERMILL. See more about her myriad talents at her website: www.marapurl.com|
|Los Angeles-based STEPHANIE BENNETT has performed worldwide and been hailed by The Hollywood Reporter as "One of our country's top harpists." She composes and performs music for television and films as well as recording with such artists as Sir Paul McCartney, Linda Ronstadt and Lee Ann Rimes. She has also appeared on-camera in many major Hollywood movies and television shows. Read about and hear more of her music at www.harpworld.com|
|PHIL FEATHER performs both jazz and classical music on all woodwinds except bassoon. In demand as a Los Angeles session player, he's recorded with Doc Severinson, Linda Ronstadt, and Chicago, among many others. His scoring credits include "Matchstick Men", "The Man on the Moon", "Sweet Home Alabama" and numerous television shows. In live performance, Mr. Feather has backed such legends as Frank Sinatra, Johnny Mathis, Tony Bennett, George Burns and Bob Hope. Mr. Feather is currently professor of oboe at CalState L.A.|
Renaissance man SANDY CARTER plays acoustic, electric and pedal steel guitars in a myriad of styles. He’s just as at home performing in a blues bar as he is in the recording studio. In addition to his many musical exploits, Sandy does vintage auto restorations for enjoyment.
Based in Tucson, Arizona, HOMERO CERON has lived a diverse life as a percussionist. Starting in the music business as a 12 year old drummer in Monterrey, Mexico, he went on to study at Wisconsin Conservatory of Music in the mid 1970s, followed by graduate work at the University of Arizona. Currently he is the Principal Percussionist of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. See more about Homero at his website: www.homeroceron.com