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  5 time Emmy Nominee for Best Original Song, NYC Singer-songwriter, former Warner-Chappell writer, and session singer Kati Mac has had a varied career as a singer and writer. She has sung on many commercials, as well as background vocals for Meat Loaf, Sting, Michael Bolton and Nona Hendryx. She has produced five indie CDs: 18 Forever, Time, Anicca, Poseidon's Son and her most recent, Save Me From Myself went to #1 on the RMR Charts. As well as being played on many radio stations (terrestrial and internet), her song "Only Love" was recently the theme for the daytime drama Guiding Light. Click here to view the video.

Trumpet player, composer, and arranger Tim Ouimette is a veteran of the NYC music scene. He has played trumpet with Ray Charles, Cab Calloway, The Jaco Pastorius Tribute Band, as well as on hundreds of TV and radio spots as both a musician and arranger. He also has his own 10-piece Swing Band that plays all oyer NYC. Tim is currently finishing a recording project that includes drummers Mike Clark and Lenny White, as well as blues stalwart Delbert McClinton. His song "10th Ave. 1957" was featured on Mike Clam's CD Blue Prints Of Jazz and is receiving a lot of radio play. Tim's jazz compositions have also been placed on many broadcast and cable shows.

Jon Cobert is a NYC-based session musician, composer, arranger, and singer-songwriter. As a keyboard player, he has played with John Lennon, John Denver, Bruce Springsteen, Pete Seeger, Tom Chapin, Harry Chapin, Laura Branigan, AI Greene, Klaus Nomi, and many others. He has earned five Grammy nominations as producer on Tom Chapin's family recordings, and he has composed tons of music for TV and radio, including the theme for ESPN Baseball Tonight, Pepperidge Farm, Capital One, Rolling Rock, Wendy's, and the US Census. Click here for a video sample.

  Guitarist/composer/producer Askold Buk has scored numerous episodes of the PBS documentary series Frontline, as well as 20/20 (ABC), Primetime (ABC) and In Search of America (ABC). He wrote and produced the score to the documentary feature film Obscene, which premiered at the 2007 Toronto Film Festival. Buk’s songs have been featured on Hollywood Heights (Nickelodeon), The Hills (MTV), P.O.V. (PBS), New York 1, and in spots for ING Bank, Ricola and Red Wing Shoes. Recently, he wrote the music for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum website commemorating the 50th anniversary of JFK's inauguration.