Tim Scott – Bass and Vocals: Living in LA for 25 years, he has toured with Tower of Power, Robben Ford, Dave Mason, Etta James, The Bone Shakers, El Chicano and Jack Mack and the Heart Attack. Tim has also performed with Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, Dr. John, Billy Preston, Edgar Winter, Chaka Kahn, Buddy Miles, Albert Collins, Big Joe Turner, John Mayall, Herbie Hancock, Steve Vai, Al Dimeola, Randy Brecker and many more. Back in Seattle, he has called on his talented friends to “stir things up”.
Jimmy Holden – Keyboards, Vocalist, Songwriter: His father, Oscar Holden was the “Patriarch of Jazz” in Seattle, as mentioned in the Paul DeBarros book – “Jackson Street After Hours” and his brother Ron Holden hit the US Billboard charts with his song “Love You So”. Jimmy was a member of The Reputations and has also performed with artists Etta James, Albert Collins, Ray Charles, The Temptations, Hiram Bullock, Big Momma Thornton, Lowell Folsom, Billy Preston, Aaron Neville, and CC Ryders (Hong Kong, Indonesia, Thailand, The Philippines, Taiwan and China).
Robin Crane—Drums, Vocals: Played with Tim and Mark in their first club band, Glory (see PNWBands.com, 70’s section). Robin also played with local bands of the era; Sluggo, Shirley Lorrene, Jeff Simmons (Frank Zappa), Epicentre and Clear Logic. In California, various original projects including session guitarist/producer Louie Shelton (Seals & Crofts); opening for Cold Blood, The Grass Roots & Larry Graham. Back in Seattle; blues/rock band Pale Men (nominated for ‘Best New Blues Band’) and the Dick Powell Band (winner of WBS ‘Best Keyboard & Harmonica’ nomination).
Mark Noftsger – Guitarist, Songwriter: Mark worked with Tim and Robin in their first pro band, Glory, then playing in Sluggo with Robin. Mark later moved to Hawaii and put together a R&B/Soul horn band, opening for Sea Wind and Tina Turner. Back in Seattle, Mark played in various local bands, including News and Transit. When Robin moved back to the Northwest, they formed Pale Men. Later, as the Dick Powell Band, they played various blues clubs and festivals, including Bumbershoot and were nominated for ‘Best New Blues Band’. Mark also plays with the Curtis Hammond Band.