Our Friends and Supporters

Friends We Love, Play With, or Both…

John Jorgenson Quintet - We are so grateful that John pioneered hot jazz in the US, popularizing the form and making what we do possible.
Gonzalo Bergara - We think Gonzalo is one of the most exciting players in gypsy jazz today. He is an inspiration to us all!
Black Market Trust - The Black Market Trust are our friends in Orange County. Their brand of hot jazz is really something special. Not to be missed!
James Harman - We think he's smokin' hot at any age. We love his body of work & his impeccable sense of humor!
Jeffrey P. Ross - The amazing guitarist that started our project. This man has played with and for the best & is a joy to work with.
D.R. Auten - Our favorite finger-style guitarist alive. A gifted musician & instrument maker. We love everything he does.
Fishtank Ensemble - Our fav gypsy hybrid band! They challenge us to try new things, add instruments & break out of the retro box.
Asylum Street Spankers - Former band mates of Jeff Ross. They inspire us in so many ways including the idea to add saw to our show.
Squirrel Nut Zippers - We think they are so cool and love what they do with retro jazz!

Many Thanks!

Several of Bianca's fine vintage dresses are provided by Kit n' Caboodle in Oceanside, CA. Her swank hair do is lovingly tended by Ana Teran at Beach Shack Hair.
A warm hearted thanks to Thomas & Thunderbird Studio for supporting the project with analog demo recordings & rehearsal space.
Many thanks to Bianca's friends & family for their ongoing support of this project.
A special thanks to John Jorgenson for supporting Jeff's music for so many years!
Thanks to Andreas Amann for the site design, amazing roadie skills & loving critical ear.
Thanks to D.R. Auten for your endless supply of encouragement & enthusiasm ever challenging us to think outside of the box.
Many thanks to Pandeli Lazaridi and the San Diego Small Opera for voice coaching, endless reminders of what can be done better, and the encouragement to always strive for excellence.
A million thanks to manufactures Vero Amps, Altamira Guitarras, Dell Arte guitars, Savarez strings & Viken Najarian pick ups for their support of our project!
The musical chair photo album is by John Hancock Photography
Our beautiful main and 'About' page photos are by Stacy Keck for the Library Shop
We are grateful that Lussier Photography is allowing us to use the gorgeous retro radio photo for our website background.

The memory of things gone is important to a jazz musician. — Louis Armstrong (1901‑1971)