Guitarists and Bassists
Born in Athens, in 1977, Yorgos Krommydas is regarded as one of the most talented and acclaimed jazz musicians in Greece.
A dynamic bass player based in Gozo, Malta. Born into a musical family in 1989 and picked up his first bass at the age of eleven. Mark Grech is a young, awe-inspiring bassist with a vast array of styles and techniques fit for any musical genre. He’s played at the country’s biggest concerts with some of the best Maltese musicians, encountering anything from Soul/hip-hop to groundbreaking rock ‘n’ roll. Mark has managed to develop his own bloodline of bass playing along the way and is enjoying every minute it.
Daniel Ho is an accomplished Hawaiian slack key guitarist, composer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, sound engineer, author, and record company owner. He’s also the winner of six GRAMMY Awards, two Golden Melody Awards (Taiwan), nine Hawaii Music Awards, and three Na Hoku Hanohano Awards (Hawaii).
Guitarist, Composer, Arranger, Producer, Teacher. Primož Grašič became very popular guitar player after playing with a lot of big names in world of jazz, after recordings with NHO Pedersen and Martin Drew and guesting as Big Band guitarist. He is unique guitar player by playing a lot of different styles.
Born in 1959 in Brooklyn, New York, John Patitucci began playing the electric bass at the age of ten. As a studio musician, John has played on countless albums and soundtracks with artists such as B.B. King, Bonnie Raitt, Chick Corea, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Michael Brecker, George Benson, Dizzy Gillespie, Was Not Was, Dave Grusin, Natalie Cole, Bon Jovi, Queen Latifah, Sting, and Carly Simon.
Versatile musician, guitarist, vocalist, composer, producer and arranger Steve Lukather was born in Los Angeles on October 21 in 1957. Before his father bought him a guitar and a copy of Meet the Beatles at the age of seven, Luke started to play drums and keyboards. "I love keyboards, I write all my songs on keyboards except for the real obvious 'burn' tunes. I find it much easier, you have all these great synth sounds and you play a C chord and it's sounds like God, and you start thinking melodies as opposed to chops."(Lukather, 1986).