While on the road for 25 years, I have worked with hundreds of incredible musicians in the Las Vegas,
San Francisco, Los Angeles & San Diego areas.
Most notable was working with Bill Medley of 'The Righteous Brothers,' and in 1976, singing on
Bill Cosby's Jazz album "Not Himself These Days," on Capitol Records.
On 'Not Himself These Days' album, I sang the 'Yes,Yes,Yes' track.
Musicians on the Cosby album are: Tony Drake – Guitar,
Larry Farrow – Keyboards, Stu Gardner – Piano, Al Hall, Jr. – Trombone,
Fred Jackson, Jr. – Saxophone, Melvin Moore – Trumpet, Nate Neblett – Drums, Ray Parker, Jr. – Bass,
Guitar, Doug Richardson – Flute, Saxophone, David Sheilds – Bass,
Wah Wah Watson – Guitar.
The Band on the 'Step Aside' CD...
Vocal Group - 'Seraph',
Drums -Stephen Anderson,
Piano - Jonathan Decuir, Jeff McCullough,
Bass - Marcus Miller, Nathan Brown;
Sax - Eric Marienthal, Keith Jacobson, Jason Weber;
Guitar - Randy Jacobs, Jeff Vires, Nick Maybury, Mark Huls
In addition to those mentioned, more Southern California musicians I've worked with are::
Melvin Lee Davis
Dave Stark Larry Durrell
Jose Molina Serrano
Gary Santo Pietro
Derek Bordeaux Band
Walter Turner III
Cecil McBee Jr.
Ricky Tank-Daughtridge Jr.
Tres Sojourn Hodgens
Tony John Sacco
Lee Farrell (director:Bill Medley band)
John (J-Dub) Williams
Finally, I would also like to thank the many musicians I've worked with throughout the States and in Europe.