Doug Mossing has played in Bands since he was in High School, performing in rock bands on sax and organ, Irish whistle in Celtic groups as well as Sax and flute in several dance and jazz bands.
Bill Applegate has performed as a solo guitarist, and with a wide variety of professional groups and ensembles. Bill has had the opportunity to perform at such places as Carnegie Hall and The Grand Ole Opry. Also, Bill has been fortunate to perform for such people as President Clinton, Prime Minister Tony Blair. Bill has performed with many prominent musicians including Bill Anderson and Sammy Nestico. Recently Bill has completed a Master’s degree in Jazz Guitar Performance at the University of North Texas’ premier jazz department.
Janet Carbajal brings a wealth of experience and a touch of class to the Jazzona Trio. She has performed professionally in many different types of bands, from rock, to pop and jazz. Her beautiful tone is the perfect sound for your next dance.
Gregg Delfiner - Drums, I have been teaching and playing professionally for over 40 years. Some of the many highlights of my career include:
* Traveled throughout the US, Mexico, Argentina with "Up With People."
* Performed with SCC Big Band and The Swingtips. Traveled extensively thourghout the United States and London with this band, as well as recording numerous CD's
* Have played with jazz greats; Howard Alden, Dickie Thompson and George Cables and opened for the Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.
* Attended the Berklee College of Music and studied with many great teachers such as Joe Cusatis (Tony Bennett) as well as performing with all types of bands in
many different genres.
Robert Gross - Bass Robert could be found performing for decades in the Washington DC area for the DC police Dept. band 'Side By Side'. As bass player and leading member of his band he performed at prominent venues such as The Kennedy Center, Dept. of Labor, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Andrews Air Force Base, FBI Headquarters and many others. In his musical career he performed with such notables as Glen Leonard of The Temptations and Richard Gross of The Moments.