Originally born in South Korea, Ken Song moved to Los Angeles at a very early age. With extensive experience in performing with highly regarded musicians including Dick Grove Orchestra, Joe Porcaro, Alex Acuna, Melissa Manchester, Ken is among the most highly talented jazz guitarist in the Los Angeles metropolitan region. Although accomplished and capable in many genre of music, Mr. Song is most at home in the world of Jazz. In 2006 Ken released his debut album titled, “Goin’ Wes”. Ken Song currently resides in Los Angeles, CA with his loving wife and son. He maintains a busy schedule stretching from his ongoing work with K-Pop artists, to recording engagements in the studio, and his teaching duties at various music schools including University Of Southern California, Los Angeles College of Music, and Bethesda University. Furthermore, Ken is a devoted member of the community and contributes his time as Music Director of his church.
Rich Eames has performed extensively with such artists as The Pointer Sisters, Doc Severinsen, Lou Rawls, Jack Jones, Cheryl Bentyne, Lea Salonga, the Bill Holman Big Band, Ed Shaughnessy, Bill Watrous, Auracle, the Jazz Tap Ensemble, Ladd McIntosh, Bob Brookmeyer, Mike Stern, Ken Peplowski, Phil Woods, Patti Austin, Diane Schuur, Esther Philips, Eloise Laws, Angela Bofil, Thelma Houston, and many local LA jazz artists, including Kim Richmond, Pete Christlieb, Emil Richards, and L.A.6. He can be heard as a sideman and/or arranger on dozens of recordings, and his CDs as a leader showcase his compositions and feature great performances by many great LA musicians. As a composer, he has provided music for many network series, including “Saved By The Bell”, “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”, “Party of Five”, “Herman’s Head”, “The Mommies”, “Rhythm and Blues”, and “Platypus Man”, as well as for feature films, live theatre, and numerous specials and documentaries. He is active as an arranger for many LA singers and instrumental groups. As a studio musician, he has played on many scoring dates for TV and films.
Eric Sittner originally hails from Chicago, and has lived in Los Angeles for the last 15 years. He has traveled around the world and played with numerous artists locally and abroad. He is equally adept at both upright and electric bass, dedicated to taking great care and consideration for each and every note. He currently plays and tours with vocalist Patti Austin, composer and jazz pianist Vardan Ovsepian, and his jazz chamber ensemble, and many other other amazing musicians around the LA area.