Ramsey Lewis - An original.
Click here for a Lewis discography.
Mark Longo - Mark is a computer graphic artist. He
also plays Hammond B3 organ in the group Boston Horns. Check out his work in both areas.
Jeff Lorber - A unique fusion keyboardist with a smooth jazz sound.
Click here for another Lorber website.
Bruce "Mal" Malament - A very talented L.A. keyboardist, composer, arranger and producer. Mal
is a friend of the band who was part of Dave Fowler's Rough Mix Band.
Click here or
here for the Bruce Malament Christmas CD website.
Greg Mathieson - An L.A. keyboardist famous for his performances at The Baked Potato and recordings with a variety of artists.
Michael McDonald - One more St. Louis singer, piano player, composer who made it big with the likes of Steely Dan
and the Doobie Brothers. St. Louis watched Mike develop in local clubs such as The Castaway.
John Novello - A great keyboardist who played in the 1980s with Don Mock (guitar) and was featured on
a Don Mock tune found on a special Dave Fowler's Rough Mix Band CD.
Jay Oliver - This keyboard wizard is a native St. Louisian and friend
of the band. Jay is currently with Dave Weckl's (drums) band which features Tom Kennedy (bass, also from
St. Louis and a featured player on Dave Fowler's Rough Mix Band CD),
Buzz Feiten (guitar) and Brandon Fields (sax), a friend of the band. Note:
Jim Manley and Horns In The House played a Phoenix Jazz Festival with Brandon's group).
Oscar Peterson - Perhaps the greatest jazz piano player of all time.
Joe Sample - Discography of the famous keyboardist from the
Crusaders who enjoys a successful solo career.
Lonnie Liston Smith - Groove oriented organist in the old style of smooth jazz.
Carolbeth True - a friend of the band. 2007 Recipient of the "St. Louis Arts Award for Excellence in the Arts" and
leader of The Carolbeth Trio.
Brian Wilson - The genius behind the Beach Boys.
Stevie Wonder - The Unofficial Internet Archive.
Yahoo Jazz Piano - The Yahoo list of jazz piano players.
Rick Zelle - Rick is a great artist on keyboards as well as an
accomplished educator. In addition to shining on piano, Rick also plays electronic keyboards, kicks key
bass with the best and runs the drum machine (yuk!). If that's not enough, he's been taking singing lessons!
So, now he can be the entire band. Its a good thing he can't be two places at the same time on a Saturday night.
Rick plays keyboards with Jim Manley and Horns In The House.