They are in the studio at the moment putting the final touches on their next EP – produced by the founding members of Things of Stone & Wood (of which many have noted they sound a lot alike).
Music samples are available by request to those of you who love to visit the concert on March 7 and take an interview with Rob or Leesa,
An earthy, contemporary style of music that fuses jazz, blues, folk, rock and world music. Leesa, Rob and Matt perform their own original material which reflect those influences, as well as playing their own interpretations of well-known hits and classics.
A multi-talented singer songwriter. Drawing on her background in jazz, soul, rock and classical music,Leesa has captivated audiences at festivals, on television and on many stages with her sultry soulful voice. Leesa's musical influences include Stevie Wonder, Rickie Lee Jones, Ella Fitzgerald, Sting andJulie London - Singer.
Rob’s musical journey has included playing electric and acoustic guitar in small band, big band and solo settings across a range of genres both locally and overseas. With key influences from jazz, rock and blues, Rob cites some of his inspirations as Barney Kessel, Tommy Emanuel, Robben Ford Music,Bill Frisell's Music, and Peter Green.
One of Melbourne’s finest violinists. Matthews musical influences range from gypsy jazz through to classical, folk, rock and the music of Eastern Europe and the Indian sub-continent. His inspirations include Stephane Grappelli,Jean-Luc Ponty, Pat Metheny, Herbie Hancock, Johan Sebastian Bach and the great violinists of the western and Indian classical traditions