Hall Williams is the singer, songwriter and lead guitar player. Originally from Vermont, he is now living in Severna Park Maryland.  His primary inspirations are Jerry Garcia, Bob Marley, Tom Petty, and Buddha. Hall is the one that believes music has, can and will again change the world. His music is driven by that belief. Over the years Hall has performed with or shared the stage with Ritchie Havens, Arlo Guthrie, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, The Mavericks, Aquarium Rescue Unit, The Marcus King Band, Cabinet, Ron Holloway and Jason Crosby  


Hall Williams

Lorenzo Sands is featured on bass and vocals, and is the Musical Director. Born in Washington DC, he toured throughout the world playing in “The Nation’s Top Jazz Band”: The Air Force Tops and Blues, until settling down in Baltimore where he joined up with Hall to complete a vision they started years ago. Lorenzo is one of the best bass players you will ever see.

Lorenzo Sands

Rodney Dunton is on drums and vocals. Originating from the Tidewater area of Virginia, Rodney had an early brush with fame when he recorded with Bruce Hornsby. From that point forward he became one of the most sought after player in the Baltimore-Washington region. Often compared to Carter Beauford, Rodney’s energy is nonstop positive.

Rodney Dunton

Justin Taylor ( AKA Thelonious,  AKA Monk) is on keyboards, and is the newest member of the band. Born and Raised in Baltimore, he studied jazz piano at Towson University. Justin combines the big Hammond organ sound with beautiful piano melody lines. The nicknames say it all.

Justin Taylor