Dennis Achá is a performer and musical composer whose primary goal is to share with the rest of the world the byproduct of his musical experience. Born to a Bolivian family living in America, Dennis began his musical career performing folk music native to Bolivia. Dennis went on to perform and record with well-known Bolivian and rock artists such as Eddy Navia, Yuri Ortuño, Kusicuna, Azul Azul, and Beforia.
Born in Soviet Russia, Christina has been a diva ever since she could talk. Fleeing the country at the age of six with her mother, she soon discovered her passion for performing in the United States. From grade school to middle school she participated in many talent shows, plays and played the clarinet in band. She also composed music. Faced with personal adversity, she put her performances on hold. Eventually, her passion for music grew stronger than ever and now she continues to write and perform music. She sings, plays keyboards, and the guitar.
Rich started playing bass in 1976 when he picked up the bass that his next-door neighbor's father had laying around the living room. It felt right. He bought a McCartney Beatles bass replica and built his first speaker cabinet at age 15. It worked surprisingly well (just ask his neighbors). Ever since, he has been laying down the groove in dozens of Rock, Blues, Pop and R&B groups. He really gets off on the interaction with fellow musicians and audiences alike.
Daiby has been playing drums for years in rock and pop bands.
Growing up in Southern California, Jon was surrounded by music. As a kid, he played the violin. At about the age of 13, he switched to the guitar. By the time he was 17, living in Santa Cruz, he was playing and performing in rock bands. He has performed in regional California bands "Who Cares," Blue Rocket, Dance Floor Villains, 5 O'clock Shadow, and Spigot. Jon likes to play crunchy, rhythmic textures and distinct leads.