With his place and date of birth forever a mystery, Rick always enjoys a good banging. His seemingly super human technical timing can't even be replicated by a machine. But then who would want a robot when in Rick we have the real thing.
A native of Manaus, Brazil, Don loves nothing more than listening to Opera. If he hadn't become a percussionist, Don would have been a soccer goal keeper. "It's much the same as playing the cymbals, the anticipating wait before jumping into action. It's all about timing."
With a humour as dry as a dead dingo's donger, Aussie Norman finds the triangle the most sophisticated of instruments, "You can't play Franz Liszt's Piano Concerto No.1 without a triangle!"
Proud Ukrainian, Natalya strokes the strings on her harp as the Cossack Mamay rode through her lands. A softly spoken, sensible person, Natalya is not one to harp on about anything without reason.
Richard Wayne Penniman
Born in Georgia, USA, to a church deacon who sold moonshine on the side, Richard was gifted with a loud singing voice. His voice, he was told, was too loud for church so he took up the piano.