Woody Lingle

Woody Lingle

Woody has always been an eclectic musician, but his true passion is for Jazz. He played with the One O’clock Lab Band under Leon Breeden at NTSU(University of North Texas), put together a trio for Richie Cole and Bruce Forman, and has continued to play and write in that medium, as well as Pop and … Read more

Cat Galan

Catherine Galan

Cat began playing violin when she was 5 years old through the Suzuki method. At 13 years, she began taking lessons with USC’s Dr. William Terwilliger and is currently studying under him as a student of USC, majoring in violin performance. She plays violin in the USC symphony orchestra and also in her band, Bellavida, … Read more

David Levray

David Levray

David Levray – bassist, instructor, clinician, arranger, composer – studied at the Berklee affiliated American School of Modern Music with Steven Carbonara and Eddy Goldstein, and by the age of 18 was a session musician at Piccolo Studio in Paris, France, playing on a plethora of sessions, including Guesh Patti’s smash hit “Etienne,” before moving … Read more

Ted Brooks

Ted Brooks, the performer, is the son of a NYC show-business veteran father, Orville Brooks (a Tenor with: The Inkspots, The Larks, The Golden Gate Quartet) and his mother, Josephine, a Southern beauty from South Carolina. Ted was relocated as a boy with the family to Mom’s hometown of Columbia, SC in 1962. …. Guitar … Read more

Sam Edwards

Sam Edwards is an up and coming Columbia bassist currently earning his degree in Jazz Studies at the University of South Carolina under Craig Butterfield. Sam has performed with Columbia talent such as Ross Holmes, Mark Rapp,Robert Gardiner Amos Hoffman, Skipp Pearson, and Dick Goodwin. He has also performed with jazz artists such as Ashlin … Read more

Gray Mayfield

Gray Mayfield began playing the saxophone at the age of twelve. By the time Mayfield had entered high school, he was already actively playing in church and playing in a funk band with his childhood friends. Mayfield became serious about playing the saxophone after meeting his first saxophone instructor, William T. Robinson who insisted that … Read more

paul hadwiger

Paul Hadwiger

Paul Hadwiger is from Kirksville MO. He received a Bachelors Degree from Truman State University in Music Education. He has worked for JG Percussion, taught high school percussion, as well as written and arranged music for percussion ensembles all over Missouri. He currently is a Percussionist with the 282nd Army Band at Ft Jackson. There … Read more