Rhythm section



Trish Lash (drums) is a force within, pioneering the streetdance movement winning Dance Fever Grand Prize, Puttin' on the Hits, Solid Gold Hits & The Gong Show! Not skipping a beat, she  became a member of MCA Records gold-selling only all-female R&B band Klymaxx. 


Always marching to her beat of her own drums, Trish became the "Hostess with the Mostest", conquering the strip-hop "make it reign" movement. This lady stays in demand, still rocking stages all over the world and is an accomplished singer, MC & rapper.

Trish Lash and Elizabeth Hangan


Elizabeth Hangan (bass) Southern California native bass player Elizabeth Hangan is known for her simple straight to the point bass lines and her very solid groove.


When she is not playing bass, Elizabeth is equally known as a singer and she is a dynamic front woman and often sings and plays bass during her performances.


Elizabeth was recognized as a Living Legend by the City of Los Angeles not only for her bass playing and singing, but also for her commitment to blues music.



Andrea Byrd (drummer/vocalist) has been playing drums for thirty plus years, and she is most known for her unwavering pocket.

She has played behind such greats as Barry White, Kenny Lattimore, Shanice Wilson and Kelly Price; also with many local groups, stage plays and projects throughout Los Angeles.

She is able to complement any band with her funky grooves and sultry voice, no matter what the genre of music.

Andrea Byrd and Sharon Ray


Sharon Ray (bass) hails from Philadelphia where she studied taught and performed bass and viola. She holds a performance diploma from the Curtis Institute of Music.

While in Philly, she recorded with Teddy Pendergrass, Kool and the Gang, toured with Stevie Wonder and played with the likes of John Petrucci, Sammy Davis, Jr. and the Philadelphia Opera Company.

A long time faculty member of the National Guitar workshop, Sharon is author of Bass for Beginners (Alfred Publishing.) Sharon is a member of the CalTech/Occidental, Santa Monica, San Bernardino, and Southeast Symphonies.