SONGS FROM A CHANGING SEA:

Jeremy Flower (RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Whiff of Heaven”; Our upcoming ocean project – Songs from a Changing Sea)

George Ban-Weiss is a Professor of Civil and Environment Engineering at University of Southern California by day, and a professional upright and electric bass player by night.

Michael Abraham

Melissa Allison

Taylor Heyl is a deep-sea research scientist in the Biology Department at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. She has been on over 12 oceanographic expeditions to the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, Gulf of Alaska, Gulf of Mexico and Antarctica. In her recent research, she explores the extreme and unknown environments of submarine canyons and trench ecosystems, to investigate the ecological processes associated with these habitats in the deep sea.

 

GUEST MUSICIANS:

Nels Cline was born in Los Angeles California just in time to be seriously affected/damaged not by all the sun and surf but by the vivid glow and grab of psychedelia, soul, and watered down blues. So, naturally, he plays guitar. This endeavor has become his chosen “profession” and has enabled him to collaborate with inspiring folks who also play/create. How marvelous!

Jon Evans He plays guitar and bass on all of our records, and he recorded and/or mixed most of our songs. What would, we do without him?!

Jeremy Flower (RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Whiff of Heaven”; Our upcoming ocean project – Songs from a Changing Sea)

Fred Frith is a guitar player and song-writer. (RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Moineau”; Rabbit Rabbit Radio, Volume 1 – “Merci Vielmal”)

Joel Hamilton is a Grammy and Latin Grammy nominated producer and engineer that enjoys the things in music we can not control directly with any knob or by any means. (RRR, Vol. 3 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Falling Awake”; RRR, Vol. 2 – recorded/mixed/produced Hero and a Saint”, “Hello, Cat Lady”; RRR, Vol. 1 – recorded/mixed/produced “Newsreel”, “Paper Prison”)

Shahzad Ismaily – (RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Oblivion”, “Nameless”; Rabbit Rabbit Radio, Volume 1 – “Merci Vielmal”)

Michael Mellender (RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Perfect Abomination”)

Ava Mendoza (RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “The Promise”)

Mark Orton is a founding member of Tin Hat (trio and otherwise). He composes scores for film, dance, radio drama, circus, and concert hall. He collects and plays antique and unusual instruments on said scores in The Great Pacific Northwest, where he resides with his wife and son.
(RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “The Beautiful Blur”)

Little Danny Rathbun just seems to get smaller every year. People ask how he does it. Free Salamander Exhibit – whatever that means.
(RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Perfect Abomination”)

Marko Stojanovic (RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Universal Elixir”)

Chandler Travis started the Beatles in 1974, and then went on to have a big hit with “The Best of Simon & Garfunkle” in 412. He now resides with his lovely wife Kathy in Spurt, Idaho, where they have a burgeoning cat factory and Chandler, in his spare time, has become quite a hosing enthusiast! (RRR, Vol. 3 – Year of the Wooden Horse – “Nokomis”)