Gail Ann Dorsey (Vocalist) is known as one of David Bowie’s longest-serving bandmates as bassist and vocalist, recording, and touring the world many times over since 1995 to his untimely death 2016. She sang lead vocals live on the showstopper "Under Pressure," taking the part originally recorded by Freddie Mercury. She has toured and recorded countless acts including Tears for Fears, Lenny Kravitz, Bryan Ferry, and served as bandleader for Gwen Stefani. Recently, she was a featured vocalist on albums by The National and Matt Berninger and has released three solo albums: "The Corporate World," "Rude Blue," and "I Used To Be …"
Jason Lindner (Keyboard). A piano-obsessed boy from Brooklyn, Jason brought his sonic wizardry to the studio with David Bowie for the sessions which became "Blackstar" with musical teammates Donny McCaslin, Tim Lefebvre and Mark Guiliana — friends who had all previously collaborated together under their various leadership (Guiliana in "Now Vs Now," Lindner and Lefebvre in Guiliana’s "Beat Music," all of them in McCaslin’s quartet). Lindner shares with them the desire to use his musical abilities to carve new artistic pathways and raise our collective frequency. Currently, Lindner performs live solo and DJ sets and releases music as flymyspcshp while continuing to add to the list of collaborations with artists and projects such as sedatø, Lauryn Hill, Mulatu Astatke, Angelique Kidjo, Matisyahu, Meshell Ndegeocello, Donna Grantis (3RDEYEGIRL), Griz, Yebba, Nikki Nair, Deli Girls, Nu Jazz, Yuka C. Honda, Suphala, Hybrid Movement Company, Little Cinema Productions and many others.
John Cameron Mitchell (Guest Artist) co-created the rock musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch for which he won two Tony Awards, Best Director at Sundance, a Golden Globe nomination and a review from David Bowie: “John, you got it right.” He directed the films Shortbus (2006), Rabbit Hole (2010, Oscar nom for Nicole Kidman) and Neil Gaiman’s How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2017). On TV he’s appeared in "Girls," "Shrill," "The Good Fight," Netflix’s "The Sandman," Apple’s upcoming "City on Fire," and as Tiger King’s Joe Exotic in Peacock Channel’s "Joe Vs Carole." His musical podcast series "Anthem: Homunculus" stars Glenn Close, Cynthia Erivo, Patti Lupone and Laurie Anderson and he’s released a solo album called "New American Dream Parts 1 & 2." He’s presently touring a new concert, "Cassette Roulette," with Amber Martin, as well as developing a scripted podcast series "Cancellation Island" and a musical TV series with Linda Perry called "The Disciples."
David Poe (Vocalist) has toured the world with Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Tori Amos, The Jayhawks, and Glenn Tilbrook of Squeeze. A composer fellow of the Sundance Institute, his work features in numerous film, TV, dance and theater projects, official selections of the Sundance Film Festival, and nonprofit projects including the Malala Fund and the You Mean The World Foundation.
Poe’s songs have been performed by a wide array of artists, including Curtis Stigers, Oh Land, Ana Moura, C.C. White, Thomas Dybdahl and the cast of ABC’s Nashville, and recorded by producers including T-Bone Burnett, Larry Klein, Buddy Miller, and Dave Sitek. He has also produced recordings for other artists, including Regina Spektor and Kraig Jarret Johnson. "Shadowland," his collaboration with contemporary dance company Pilobolus, toured for a decade and was performed on five continents, for her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and was released as a feature film. Transplanted from the American Midwest to New York City, David Poe served as the sound engineer at CBGB’s 313 Gallery before signing with Sony/Epic. He currently lives in Los Angeles.
Nate Wood (Percussion, Bass) is also a world-renowned mastering engineer, having mastered hundreds of records from around the globe. For a partial list, click HERE.
“Nate Wood pulls us into an industrial, neon dystopia with tunes that stand alone as headphone music without the accompanying visuals, meticulously crafted and with precise execution. This isn't novelty music. You're hearing (and seeing) a mastermind songwriter and mad scientist at work.” - Colin Marshall (NPR “Tiny Desk”)