Pat Bianchi is arguably one of the most versatile B3 player's on the jazz scene today. He actively plays and tours in contexts spanning from traditional organ trios, to progressive ensembles to fusion groups. Currently, Bianchi is an active member of the Pat Martino Trio, the Tim Warfield Quartet, Chuck Loeb’s Plain and Simple Band (Guitarist with Fourplay) and frequently plays with Lou Donaldson.
Alberto Marsico was born in Turin in 1966, and he's been a professional musician for 25 years. His true love and passion for the jazz organ first came out when he attended a Jack McDuff workshop in Genova in 1994. Jack once told him, after recording one of Alberto's tunes (Jack-Pot): "Alberto, you got Hammond Blood". That was the turning point in Alberto's career, and "Hammond Blood" is also the title of the first CD he recorded in 1994.
Gianluca Tagliavini born in Novellara (RE) in 1969 and began playing keyboards at 5 years, preferring vintage instruments like the Hammond organ. In 1994 he won the Yamaha Music Quest with the group of Delinqenti (written without the "u") which consists of Moreno Marani on percussion, Luciano Ghezzi on bass, Phil Palmer on guitar, Roberto Tini (Robertini) on guitar and vocals. The statement is the first participation in a music competition in Tokyo, with the song Casto at all costs, and a three-year contract to return to Italy with Sony Music for the production of the album Souls for trouble.
Andreas Pålsson studied percussion at the Malmö College of Music, and he is currently the principal percussionist in the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra. During the last few years he has emerged on the Scandinavian jazz scene playing the organ, and in addition to performing with his own band (The Andreas Pålsson Trio), he has also played in the Zoltan Csörsz Jazz Trio.