Rolf Delos studied classical music at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague and modern at the Conservatory of Rotterdam. Plays and played with The Houdini’s, the Frank Grasso Bigband, Ugly White Belly, Tribute Band, Cubop City Bigband, Lois Lane, Frank Boeijen, the Auratones.
Toured Portugal and Spain with the Paulo Gomes Group. Plays in the fine jazz saxophone quartet Artvark, teaches at the Conservatories of The Hague and Zwolle.
Arno Krijger studied at the Conservatory Tilburg (The Netherlands)herited the love for hammond-organ from his father. Right from the start, he played the bass-line with his left foot instead of his left hand, which makes him quite unique. From the age of 14 he played in a jazzclub in his hometown in the footsteps of quite a few famous musicians like Art Blakey, Astrud Gilberto, Roy Hargrove, John Abercrombie, Chet Baker…and more. He prefers to play all different styles of music rather than the ‘usual Hammond stuff’. Pascal Vermeer started to play the drums at the age of seven.
Received private instruction from Steve Clover. As a member of the jazz quintet Iris, Pascal won the "Meervaart Contest"of the Dutch Broadcast Foundation (NOS) He played all over Europe with many musicians: Theo Loevendie, Eric Vloeimans, Anton Goudsmit, Thijs van Leer, Dulfer, Flaco Jimenez, Dave Stewart, Gerard Presencer, Jesse van Ruller, Jarmo Hoogendijk, Ben van de Dungen, Harmen Fraanje, Benjamin Herman, David Murray and many others.