Ted Green is one of those guys who was born to be a lead singer and front man. Numerous bands and gigs have been graced by his synth, bass, guitar and unique vocals. Ted is a true rocker, having played progressive and power rock devotedly for years in the US and Europe. He even formed the first official U.S. Air Force rock band while serving in the military. The man eats and sleeps rock. Ted is a powerhouse.
His credits include the power trios Lebanon out of Texas and The Cause in LA. In '92, he played �Superfest� with Christian rock group Stratia. Ted is a long time staple in the Christian Music scene.
Wayne Peet is a pianist, organist, keyboardist and composer whose unique style has drawn international acclaim. He is active as an arranger, accompanist and musical director for a number of Los Angeles singers in styles from blues to opera. Wayne composes original music that lands in a funk/rock/jazz zone. He is a true musical visionary that took this music where it needed to go. That's why he was picked to be the producer and musical director for Shiloh's Cup. Sometimes Wayne even plays trombone once he figures out where we hid it.
Wayne's numerous credits include acclaimed solo recordings and innovative jazz performances with Vinny Golia, Nels Cline, and Bill Barrett. He has also composed music for film scores such as Another America (documentary), Bull Durham and Blaze.
When Wayne Peet gigs you can expect both spontaneity and ferocious, tough playing defined by cutting rhythms and intricate harmonies.
Elias Toscano is a virtuoso drummer and percussionist, as well as a jazz historian. Besides drumming, his talents extend to production, composition, arranging and engineering in numerous studio sessions in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York. He is a prolific lyricist and diverse composer, overflowing with imaginative ideas. Elias is the executive producer for Shiloh's Cup and it was his vision initially, ultimately collaborating with Green and Peet. He is either very, very creative or very, very crazy.
Elias' credits include performances with legendary piano giant Horace Tapscott, organ genius Ed Kelly, Steve Grossman (Miles Davis Quintet), and Alex Dore (Sly Stone, Robin Trower). He was the favorite drummer of the late, great bassist, Art Davis (John Coltrane). Elias was also a staff percussionist with CBS records.