Eric "Moe" Weisner is a bassist from Sammamish, WA who plays Jazz, Classical music, Rock, Funk, and Soul on both Upright bass and Electric bass. He is said to have a debilitating fear of wood varnish and has the world's tenth largest collection (probably) of glow-in-the-dark light bulbs. He is currently a student at Cornish College of the Arts with a major in Jazz Double Bass Performance and teaches private lessons for upright or electric bass (contact him for lessons here: email@example.com).
Will Lone was born in Seattle, Washington, and raised in the beautiful Methow Valley (eastern Washington). He has been studying rhythm and drumming since age seven, played with many different groups throughout his youth, and recorded his first CD at 18. After graduating high school Will spent 6 months studying and teaching in India, where he recorded his second album with Chicago base pianist Logan Roth and local Indian bassist Naveen Kumar. Since then Will has been playing in the Seattle area with various projects, and as of 2014 has been enrolled at Cornish College of the Arts, studying music performance.
Max Walker is a guitarist originally hailing from Vancouver B.C. He began studying music at the age of 5 as a cellist, and switched to guitar at the age of 7. In high school, Max began to play professionally as a jazz and blues guitarist; he played his first professional show at the age of 15. During his time in high school, Max and his group where chosen to play on the main stage at the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival in Moscow, Idaho. Since then, Max has played with various groups in the Seattle area, and has recently completed a bachelor’s degree in jazz guitar performance and composition at Cornish College of the Arts. While at Cornish, Max was selected to play a tune with Brad Shepik, subbed on guitar for Jim Knapp’s Scrape ensemble, and formed his own group “Cavalerie”. Upon graduation, Max was contracted by Cornish to compose a new score for the musical theater classic “Caucasian Chalk Circle” which will be premiering in October of 2016.