Mark comes from Richmond PROG band Kinetic Element with whom he still plays. Born in Poland, he went to music school in Gdansk City where he took drum classes but after a few years he started playing lead guitar. Later he switched his instrument again and ever since he has loved to play bass. Mark was featured in a half hour television special and two music-videos with the band “Brama” from Gdansk- Poland. He went on to various recording work in USA. In 2015 his prog band Kinetic Element released new album "Travelog" which gave them opportunity to play the biggest festivals of progressive rock music in the USA and Canada. He played many different styles of music from jazz, blues, & prog to heavy metal. After relocating to Virginia in 1994, Mark played in a variety of local bands: Silver Pocket, Rukus, Monkey Fist, Zoften Woofey, The Deaves, 3rd Power, Crush, & Full Throttle. Mark has garnered quite a fan-base, along with a reputation for his skill and showmanship. Influences by artists include Stanley Clarke, Jaco Pastorius, Gedy Lee, and Chris Squire. He plays on Ampeg SVT and Trace Elliot equipment.
Kevin has over 30 years of experience in the music industry starting in his home state of West Virginia. He began his music career playing bass, adding rhythm guitar along the way, and ultimately becoming the lead singer and songwriter in several original and cover bands throughout VA, PA, and WV. Kevin has been involved in all other aspects of music, including lights, sound, recording, and production. In a production capacity, he has worked with a variety of national acts, most notably RATT, Bryan Adams, Huey Lewis & The News, & Foreigner. His musical influences range from Dream Theater to Iron Maiden .
Born and raised in Ashland VA, Trey has been drumming for 3 decades in the Richmond, Va. Washington, D.C., Tampa, Fla., and Los Angeles, Ca. areas. Richmond area residents may remember him from the popular bands RagDoll, Bad Medicine, and Stretch Tracy; those in the D.C area may have seen him with Sheer Greed and Machine Gun Preachers. Trey played and recorded with several bands, in different genres of music in Los Angeles in the 90's, and moved back to Virginia in 2000. Since 2000, Trey has played, filled in, and recorded with: Rocket Queen (G'N'R Tribute), Hotter Than Hell (KISS Tribute) Little Ozzy (Ozzy Tribute), Rezyn, Kyle Davis, Crush, Recovery, FastLayne, and Divine Affected. Trey has also taught several drummers in the Richmond area, and a few in L.A. that are now playing in clubs, and on bigger stages.