Noted Latin American journalist Antonio Gandia recently named Steve Khan, in the publication, Músico Pro, "The voice of the guitar in Latin Jazz," a title well-deserved, following “PARTING SHOT”(2011), “SUBTEXT”(2014) and “BACKLOG”(2016), a string of critically acclaimed, ground-breaking Latin jazz recordings.
George Bellas is a Guitarist, Composer and Educator. He plays guitar, bass, keyboards, sings and composes for all instruments in neoclassical, neoromantic, progressive rock, and strict classical and jazz styles.
Citriniti is named after brothers, Danilo and Domenico Citriniti born in Catanzaro Italy. Drummer Danilo and bassist Domenico gradually shifted their focus from progressive metal to complex Progressive jazz fusion instrumentals, rich in advanced techniques.
Scott Henderson is a jazz fusion and blues guitarist best known for his work with the band Tribal Tech.
Steve Smith is an American drummer who has worked with hundreds of artists in his career. Modern Drummer magazine readers voted Steve Smith the #1 All-Around Drummer five years in a row. In 2001, Modern Drummer named Steve Smith as one of the Top 25 Drummers of All Time, and in 2002 he was voted into the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame.
Featuring Frank Gambale on the guitar, Stuart Hamm on Bass, and Steve Smith on Drums.
HBC is the new fusion supergroup comprised of three virtuoso musicians: Scott Henderson Jeff Berlin and Dennis Chambers who join together to create one of the most phenomenal trios in the history of jazz fusion.
Featuring three of the most revered instrumentalists today, rock guitarist/keyboardist Tony Macalpine, basist Bunny Brunel (Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock) and drummer Dennis Chambers
The Vital Tech Tones were an American fusion supergroup formed in the mid-1990s. It was composed of Vital Information drummer Steve Smith, Tribal Tech guitarist Scott Henderson, and Béla Fleck and the Flecktones bassist Victor Wooten. The group released two albums before breaking up due to time constraints. The band's music is almost entirely instrumental, focused on virtuosic, free flowing soloing on top of a complex, solid groove. It is considered to be more on the rock end of the fusion spectrum.