Jeff Kershner was born and raised in Vero Beach, Florida. He has music degrees from Florida State and Georgia State Universities.
When he’s not providing tropical grooves, Jeff performs with the Atlanta Opera and Atlanta Ballet Orchestras and is principal percussionist for the Cobb Symphony Orchestra. He has also been a frequent extra with the Atlanta Symphony with whom he has recorded extensively and recently performed at Carnegie Hall (attired somewhat differently than pictured here).
Jeff is also a founding member of the Centennial Jazz Trio, is an active free-lance drummer and percussionist in Atlanta and is on the faculty of Spelman College.
Joel Morris is a freelance percussionist, composer andarranger throughout the Southeast. He has performed with various touring shows & artists including Phantom of The Opera National Tour II, Al Jarreau, The Moody Blues, Brian Wilson, Widespread Panic, Michael Brecker, Sam Arlen, Mac Frampton, Cecil Welch, Aretha Franklin, Mary Wilson, Ray Charles, Marvin Hamlisch, Joni Mitchell, Rita Moreno, Maureen McGovern and Bernadette Peters.
Jim Pearce is a veteran professional musician who has played constantly for the last 30 years at every type of event and venue. Playing keyboard and singing, Jim claims to hold the all time gig record for playing 478 gigs in one year. Jim is comfortable in a wide range of styles and has recorded several award winning jazz albums.