Scott Mercado - Drummer Candlebox
Scott and Jon met in the early 1980's at the University of Washington where they played fusion and jazz music together. Scott has gone on to become a world famous rock musician touring with the band Candlebox. He is a consumate musician with an amazing feel and musicality. Scott brings a wry sense of humor and passion to his work and is a wonderful person and member of our team.
Osama toured with Jani for four years and is originally from the Los Angeles area. He is a professional bass player and has lended us his amazing talent on many occasions. He has a really deep sense of music and time and we are very fortunate to have had the ability to work with him.
Frank Seeberger Guitarist
Frank is an avid and professional guitar player and teacher with extraordinary skill and craftsmanship. He has become an integral part of our sound and always comes to our sessions with his game face on.
Jay Alan - Avenue Films
Jay has been a long time friend and is an experienced mind and film maker. He has extensive experience in the music and film industries and his leadership and expertise have been invaluable to the work we do. He is the maker of "Making Fired Up, Ready To Go" , "Fired Up, Ready To Go, The people who made the song" and our latest piece of work "I Am An American". Both the Fired Up and I Am An American songs have been included in documentaries about Barack. We are thankful for his generous spirit and look forward to working together lots more in the future.
Neill Barham - Fluid Films
Neill is the creative mind behind the "Fired Up, Ready To Go" and "Rise Up, Daylight Breaks" music videos. In addition to shooting and providing a crew to help shoot, he has spent countless hours editing the footage and creating top notch and compelling videos. Neill is bright and positive and a real joy to work with. We are extremely thankful to have had an opportunity to work with him. We look forward to many more projects in the future.
Tony Benton - Clear Channel Radio KUBE 93
Tony Benton is the host of StreetBeat and is the Community Affairs director for Clear Channel Radio. Tony ask hosted a talk radio show in January and asked us to be his guests to talk about our experiences with the Barack Obama campaign. We were then asked to work on a production for the state census that he was producing. Joe and I created the vocal arrangement for the hook of the song called "Count Me In". Tony is a Bergevin Brothers supporter and we are happy to count him as an associate and look forward to doing more work for him in the future.