Sonna Olson - vox, percussion
Sonna began her musical career in northern Minnesota playing the college circuit in the mid 70's with her sister, Lorene. They named themselves Source. After a period of time they added lead and rhythm guitars and a rhythm section, renamed the band Sabre and went out on the road to play top forty covers. Her band toured the midwest for several years thru the late 70's playing six nights a week. The early 80's rolled around and Sonna found herself fronting another band called Personna playing clubs, weddings,etc in and around the twin cities area. While in the cities, Sonna started to get back-up vocal gigs and studio demo work with local songwriters. During this time in the late 80's, Sonna hooked up with DT in an R&B band called The Loadings. They performed all over the upper midwest playing casinos, festivals, clubs into the mid 90's. Her next project was a duo called Amethyst that she continued to do for the next ten years performing at weddings, corporate functions, casinos, playing a variety of show tunes and covers. A few years ago Sonna and her sister reconnected musically and have been performing original theatrical show songs in a trio called Sisters Of Song that includes her brother-in-law on guitar. You can catch them performing in and around the Duluth area regularly.Sonna's commercial credits include jingles and voice-overs for Deluxe Corp, Kia, County Markets, Slumberland, etc.
Michael Pasqualini - guitars, vox
John Garden - bass
Nick Zwack - drums, percussion
Nick found his passion for drumming in grade school when the most rhythmic Catholic nuns in Dubuque, Iowa schooled him in the ways of 4/4. Nick cut his drum chops marching in the Colts Drum & Bugle Corps and rocking his first drum kit at the age of 11. Versed in Funk, R&B, Blues and Rock, Nick is ready to take the call as a sub on short notice. Since calling Minneapolis home, Nick has kept busy with such bands as Fire Rose, Ross William Perry, The Roosters, Squish Mud, Joyann Parker & Sweet Tea, Full Moon, Out of the Blue, Michael James & The Headliners, Armadillo Jump, Ronn Easton's All Star Review and Big Bob and the High Rollers.
Mick Zampogna - piano organ