Alan Whitman

Drums, percussion, vocals from Louisville, KY
Alan started playing professionally at age 14 backing up "Crash Craddock" and other touring artists. He attended the University of S. Alabama and played with members of Wet Willie.
In the 80's he backed up the InkSpots, Del Vikings, The Coasters and the Drifters.
In the 90's he played with the Dean Dollar Band, Bill Blue, Roger "Hurricane" Wilson, "Fingers" Taylor and local favorites, the Conch Critters.
In 2001 he formed Greenflash along with Craig VanTilbury. R.I.P.

Dave Cotton

Sax, guitar and vocals from Tobacco Road, GA.
Dave was raised in Macon and Memphis. He developed interest in jazz and blues at an early age.
As a teenager, he enjoyed performing at his local Baptist church and also the local bar scene.
Dave toured the US and Eurpoe with international recording artists Tinsley Ellis with Alligator Records and Clarence Carter.
He has also worked with Randall Bramlett, "Fingers" Taylor (of Jimmy Buffett's Coral Reefer Band) and Nappy Brown (who composed the hit song "Nighttime is the Right Time".

Joel Brodsky

Bass from Long Island, NY.
Joel started playing piano at the age of 4. At 9 years of age he started studying string bass and electric bass.
While attending State University of NY, he worked with great jazz legends Red Rodney and Clark Terry.
Since arriving in Tampa Bay 15 years ago, Joel has played with Lucky Peterson, James Peterson, Bertie Higgins, GW Rose, Suzette Jennings, Tommy McCoy, Roger "Hurricane" Wilson and guitar legend Tommy Tedesco.

Marty Horne

Guitar and vocals from Bridgeport, CT.
2 years guitarist with Cyndi Lauper
2 US tours, French and Italian Rivieras
3 TV appearances
Opened for Judas Priest and the Guess Who
Gigs and session work with musicians from Edgar Winter, Blood Sweat and Tears, Stevie Wonder, Billy Idol, Joan Jett, Scandal, Gloria Estefan/Miami Sound Machine, Wes Montgomery
Played sessions with the following producers:
Kenny Kerner and Rich Wise (KISS, Gladys Knight and the Pips), Frank Fillipetti (Michael Schenker, Carly Simon) Harry Maslin (J. Geils, Edgar and Johnny Winter) Warren Dewey (Boston), Joe Cain (Staff producer Salsoul Records)