Peter Millett fell in love with the saxophone at an early age and has been playing saxophones ever since. From school, jazz, rock & roll, and R&B bands, to the Mahone Bay Legion Swing Band, he has been involved in music of one form or another for years. Added to his traditional saxophones is a new digital wind instrument called an E.W.I. (Electric Wind Instrument) which offers new musical adventure. “It has always been my dream to play contemporary jazz by musicians like David Sanborn and Spyro Gyra, and now with this group of incredibly talented musicians I am finally getting the chance”.
"Dylan Haines has been playing and programming keyboards/synthesizers for more than 35 years - he played, toured and recorded with various rock and jazz bands in Montreal in the 80's-90's, before relocating to Nova Scotia. He currently is the IT Manager at HB Studios in Lunenburg. Dylan is a longtime member of The Riverport and Area Community Choir and also volunteers with the Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival. His musical interests are wide-ranging from rock, jazz, classical, and folk."
Adam McConnell began learning how to play guitar and
drums at about age 12. After high school he earned his Bachelor of Music Education Degree from Dalhousie University in Halifax, and for the last twenty five years has taught high school band/music, and played guitar, keyboards and percussion in various rock, R&B, and jazz fusion bands from Dawson City Yukon, to Riverport Nova Scotia.
Geary Romkey has been playing music since he was 10 years old when he first picked up a guitar to play with bands during his days at Centre Consolidated School. He was a member of the “White Room” a local rock band that played the South Shore and Valley musical hotspots. Many years since have been spent playing bass guitar at clubs and other venues along Nova Scotia’s South Shore. Geary has played with the Riverport Community Choir and laid down bass tracks for many groups both near and far. His musical interests are wide ranging with everything from Jazz and Funk, to Gospel, Country, and Celtic finding a place in his musical repertoire. “Music is the universal language of mankind” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Gordon, "Crowe" Moreau, grew up in Liverpool N.S. A child of the Sixties, Gordie developed a love for the Rock and Roll Music Scene and wanted to be a part of it. He started playing drums at age 16, and by 17 had developed the chops to join his first real rock and roll band, “Melody Fair” in 1967. After a very successful four year run where the band played all over the Maritimes, Gordie left the group to form the band “Cold Duck” with legendary rockers Matt Minglewood, Gary Hiltz, Steve Russell, and, “G.T. and the Hurricanes” singer, Gord Thomas. After a year touring with the band, Gordie left the group and took a break from playing drums professionally until the late 1980s. Gordie has played the drums on and off ever since, backing up his own Riverport band “Noisy Neighbors”, “The Mahone Bay Legion Swing Band” and now providing the complex rhythms for the contemporary jazz band “Fullhouse”. Gordie’s musical tastes include Swing, Rock, Jazz, and Funk. His musical influences include David Garibaldi, Steve Gadd and Bill Bruford.