About The Musicians
Grammy-nominated guitarist Joaquin Lievano (lead vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, harmonica, bass), born in Bogota, Colombia, first gained international recognition as guitarist with Jazz-Fusion violinist Jean-Luc Ponty. That three-year association resulted in several world tours and four albums, including Cosmic Messenger. Joaquin has also worked extensively as a band member, studio musician and solo artist with a host of musicians including American Idol's Randy Jackson, New Age star Yanni, Sheila E., Journey's Steve Smith, Grammy winning producers Narada Michael Walden and Walter Afanasieff, and many jazz artists such as Airto Moreira, Harvey Mason, Gerald Albright and Rodney Franklin. His interest in electronic music led to One Mind (Global Pacific/Sony), his acclaimed solo debut, which stayed on the Radio & Records charts for several weeks in Jazz, Adult Contemporary, R&B and New Age, and continues to be a popular choice for source music throughout the world. His second solo recording, Ecologie (Miramar/BMG) in 1996 was lauded by Billboard magazine for its "gorgeous melodies," "lyricism" and "broad tonal palette." Lievano placed fourth on the list of the "Best 25 Artists of 1996" in the nationally-syndicated radio program, Echoes. His work with Dixie Dregs' bassist Andy West in the band Zazen inspired Jazziz Magazine to call their albums “on a par with the best work of such innovators as Tangerine Dream.”
Scott Harris (keyboards, vocals) has played with many groups live and in the studio. He formed the band Heresy, voted one of Long Island's top bands by the readers of Good Times magazine. Heresy also released two independent albums, one with guest guitarist Steve Vai. Scott co-wrote Heresy’s music with fellow independent artist Tony Garone. Scott has also played keyboards in Jethro Tull tribute shows, including performances at conventions where he had the privilege of playing with members of that band. He has also played with Joaquin Lievano and Andy West (Dixie Dregs) in Zazen, in performances in New York, Miami, San Diego, and Los Angeles, and with Rat Race Choir, a tristate area favorite for over thirty years. He has also played with the Yes tribute band Apostle, and the Brazilian band Mystura Samba, and has arranged and performed musical tracks for local theater groups.
Lee Nelson (drums, percussion & vocals) began his professional drumming career at the age of 13. He soon began playing legendary clubs such as CBGB’s and The Limelight on a regular basis.  By 16, he recorded his first professional record for distribution in the United States and Europe.  Since then, Lee has played at major venues and recording studios throughout the US, and has worked with artists such as Nokie Edwards (The Ventures), Jon Paris, Evan Sienfield (Biohazard, The Spyderz), Lou Pallo (Les Paul’s guitarist), Commander Cody, and Tony Verdarosa.  He has toured opening for acts such as Buckcherry, Black Label Society, and Tool.  In 2007, he played The Fields of Rock festival in Holland (featuring Ozzy Osborne). In 2009, Lee played the opening segment for MTV’s Video Music Awards with Capitol Records pop-star Katy Perry and Aerosmith’s Joe Perry at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.  Casey King, founder of The Guitars for Life Research Foundation calls Lee, “one of the world’s best exhibition drummers.” 
The multi-talented Rikk Angelori (bass, vocals) was born in New York and started playing professionally at 15. Between his capacities as bass player, vocalist, producer, and songwriter, he has had the privilege to work with such artists as Duran Duran, the Grammy nominated Skatellites, the late Maurice Gibb (of the Bee Gees) Celine Dion, Kara DioGuardi (of Avril Lavigne, Ashley Simpson and Kelly Clarkson songwriting teams and American Idol), and Rupert Holmes... yes, the `Pina Colada' guy!
Andrea Ekizian (vocals, harmonica, guitar) - details to come!
More bios forthcoming!