Ed Miller - Lead Guitar and Vocals
Ed has been playing in bands throughout southern and central California since the mid-'60s, including The Electric Mirror, Independence, Mother Bear and Daddy Longlegs in San Diego County during the '60s and early '70s, the Los Angeles band Alibi during the late '70s and early '80s, Central Coast band Dakota in the 1980s and Runnin' On Faith from 1990 to 2003.
Mike Dias - Bass Guitar and Vocals
Mike Dias is a transplant from the San Francisco Bay Area. Mike has spent the past 23 years on the Central Coast performing with a multitude of performers and bands, most notably Three Martini Lunch, the Trio Internationale, Sugar Daddy Swing Kings, The Mojo Combo and The Viper Six.
Bill Wolf - Drums, Percussion and Vocals
Bill Wolf, a San Luis Obispo Drum Competition winner, has played with numerous local bands, including the Trio Internationale, the James Way Band and Soundhouse.
Stan Harrison - Keyboards and Harmonica
Stan started playing the organ in the family living room at age 13.
The rock and roll of the '60s called for a different sound, and the living room console organ was replaced by a portable Farfisa organ.
After playing organ in several rock bands in junior high and high school, and a brief stint on the trombone, he added the Fender Rhodes electric piano during the jazz fusion era of the early '70s while studying music theory and composition at the famed Dick Grove School of Music in Los Angeles. He continued to play in various groups in the southern California area, bringing the rock, soul, funk, jazz and blues influences of masters such as Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Les McCann, Otis Spann, Brian Auger and many others. All through the years, a deep passion for the blues runs through his playing. Today, the blues continues to drive the full spectrum of soul, blues, jazz, funk and rock that Stan brings to the piano and organ.