"West Coast Exploratory Journeys in Music"
Johnny Rodriguez (Drumset) - Scott Brown (Guitars) - Andy Woodhouse (Bass) - Alex Nunez (Conga)
Andy Woodhouse (Bass, Keyboards, Mayhem) - In a rare
photo, Andy was caught attempting to 'mod' this poor innocent
Fender Rhodes. Denying all allegations, he insisted he was
merely "playing Miles, man!" and was subsequently absolved of
any wrongdoing. Andy was rumored to have been a founder
member of a famous punk rock band in the '80's but further
research has proven the rumor false, with evidence of his
extensive Jazz and Latin Jazz performances, especially
concentrating in the North Beach area of San Francisco where
he is known as an incredible Bass player. There's rumored to be
extensive Audio files housed at the San Francisco Latin Jazz
Society Archives that may surface soon for public consumption.
Scott Brown (Guitars, Percussion and Keys) - Pictured with
a rare multi-stringed electric instrument, Scott has been known
to also perform with the more well known Cuatro as he uses
with Orquesta Salsa Dura.
Alex Nunez (Congas, Percussion)
Found playing rumba at Dolores Park
before the takeover, Alex is an active
participant in many subversive drum
circles. His hand print can be found on
many drums, although ironically
owning none himself. Everyone can
agree that Alex's percussion prowess
is second to none, just ask him
John S. Rodriguez (Drumset, Percussion)
A multi faceted person, John has many interests and
skills. John has played in local bands with various
styles, from rock to jazz, funk, and latin to smooth pop
jazz and R&B. John started bands such as "Nightdrive"
as well as being the first drummer for "Ojada".
He sometimes can be found wandering into the local
coffee houses in the Mission district. Is also known as
the "Ol hipster" to those who know him well. He's been
looking for his "Lost Cuban Conga" as the story goes
last seen at Dolores Park in the 70's if you remember
the riot that took place.
Careful perusing of not easily obtained archives reveal the
following group members, although it's unknown
how many members the group actually has.