Honey B is a California artist with a positive stance and a Caribbean twist. With her hybrid of West Coast American and Jamaican lingo, she playfully "edutains" audiences of all kinds with a magnetic and all-inclusive ease. Reared on funk and 90's hip hop, Honey B spent over a decade in the West Indies where "country life" and island culture made a deep impression on her ideals and musicality. Her reggae-flavored vocals, delivered in what's known as a "singjay" style, impart positivity, truth and mostly fun.
-Sandra D/Bass & Vocals
Sandra D began playing stringed instruments and composing songs as a young teen. With a strong background in song writing and lyrical harmony arrangements, her melodic bass lines and vocal skills bring each performance to life. Her unique approach to a sweet and solid low end sets her apart from her male counterparts. A successful folk singer in her own right, she delights in inspiring audiences with her feminine strength.
Russell Brown has performed in reggae, jazz, hip hop, R&B, gospel, and world music groups. He has excelled as an accomplished guitarist for many years and is featured on Faith Evans' album, First Lady. Compelling solos and eloquent instrumentation are his hallmark. His artistry and expertise electrify multitudes of fans.
-Emmanuel Greene/Drums & Vocals
Emmanuel Greene has studied music theory and recording techniques at Sacramento City College. His past experience includes playing drums and singing in his family band, Wings & Roots as well as drumming in numerous other groups throughout the capitol city. His steadfast timing and versatile vocal talents bring a bold spirit to the driving rhythm section.