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Allen Hinds

A native of Auburn, Alabama, Allen was exposed to blues and R&B at an early age. Moving into jazz and fusion in his teens, he attended Berklee College of Music.  Shortly after, he relocated to Los Angeles to attend Musician’s Institute, where he remains on staff to the present day.  An active studio musician as well a live performer, he has written songs for Larry Carlton, Patti Austin, Jeff Kashiwa as well as many new cable T.V. shows. “Duck Dynasty”, “Pawn Stars”, “Build it Bigger”, “Sons of Guns”…just to name a few.

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The Elec Tet

Original jazz fusion, funk, and rock featuring guitar sensation Oz Noy and an all-star cast of Chicago based studio musicians.

"A gorgeous record that blends the tradition of jazz and diversity of fusion with great tunes and enviable musicianship". 
- Oscar JordanVintage Guitar Magazine

"The group does not disappoint as it incisively explores a fresh and diverse series of tunes."
-Scott Albin, JazzTimes


Free Radicals

"They know how to play and aren't afraid to take you places you've never been.  A winner throughout--just be sure to strap in before lift off.  - Chris Spector, Midwest Record.
"The horn-heavy, continually evolving collective Free Radicals produces a wildly eclectic fusion that has as many influences as there are items in the Houston, Texas, pawnshop in which they honed their sound during all-night jam sessions."
-The New Yorker

Scotch Hollow

Acoustic roots, teamed up down-home delta blues and good old-fashioned country twang.  An explosion happened at Berklee College of Music when Mark and Carley met; they discovered a musical chemistry that they couldn't walk away from.  Hillbilly punk-rock-loving riffs from the Appalachian Mountains paired with Kansas City blues and jazz.  Just as the name implies, Scotch Hollow is as smooth as your favorite whiskey.

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