First-call pianist, keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist Ricky González maintains perfect balance between the worlds of tradition and innovation.
Miles Robertson was born into a family of musicians. His maternal grandparents as well as his mother, Janice Millington, were established Barbadian artists, and his father, Raf Robertson is a noted Caribbean jazz pianist. It was only natural for Miles to follow in his family’s footsteps and spread his musical wings.
From his origins as an independent songwriter to his current gig recording and touring with Maroon 5, keyboardist PJ Morton has moved steadily from one success to another. Now he's come full circle with the release of his own EP, Following My First Mind, on Lil Wayne's Young Money imprint. "People are really digging it," he says. "I think my audience mirrors the type of fan that I am: a person who listens to all types of music, with very eclectic taste, but always energetic."
Humble – Only one of the many words that describe Onree Gill. Talented, entrepreneur, and family man are also amongst the list.
Coming up from the London soul scene Matt has for the last ten years been the keys player in Jamiroquai, co-‐writing over 20 songs including the hits ‘Seven Days in Sunny June’, ‘Runaway’ and `White Knuckle Ride’.
Walter Milsapp III
MUSIC PRODUCER, SONGWRITER, MUSICAL DIRECTOR, engineer, arranger, dealmaker: If it's part of the music business, Walter Millsap III has done it.
You can usually spot Keyboard Player, Producer and Songwriter Hannah Vasanth behind her boards on arena stages around the world. Her background is colourful to say the least – she was born to South Indian parents, raised mainly in Berlin with a short stint in India, attended an American school before moving to London to complete her Bachelors in Jazz Performance at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music.
What do Laura Mvula, Amy Winehouse, Nigel Kennedy, Jessie J, Mark Ronson and Candi Staton, have in common?