HERBERT PAUL (Guitar & vocals) Music has always been his first love from the time he learnt to play the guitar, which apparently happened only after he
graduated out of college. He has played in a lot of bands and played music more as a passion rather than a profession. He has played in many leading gospel bands of the city.
Has tutored many musicians and also teaches the guitar. Being heavily influenced by the likes of Ritchie Blackmore, Jimi Hendrix, Tony Iommi, Clapton, Slash etc. He believes that in every cover you play there should always be a bit of you in the song, which comes from the heart. Also known for personifying Jimi Hendrix.Earlier bands: Avalanche, Entertainer, Sardis, Glorious, Three Peaceful, Paradigm Shift, Hard Co., Blueprint • No Mascara A graphic designer by profession
GERARD ROY (Bass) He has been the bassist of several bands in the city and has performed extensively in hotels, clubs, pubs and corporate shows. Styles include blues, rock, pop and metal. He took his passion for music one major step further and invested his savings on a Rehearsal Studio, which happens to be a premier and leading studio today, where in a week atleast 20 bands rehearse. He is a great inspiration for many new upcoming bands in the city. He truly enjoys each and every note he plays on his guitar and likes to keep his message simple but not easy. Earlier bands: Quicksilver, Paradigm Shift, Lucid Dreams, Dravids • Blueprint • No Mascara, Presently playing for Mid Range also a veteran in the IT industry • He runs a Rehearsal Studio ‘The Jam Hut’
RAJ SAMPATH (Drums) Being influenced by drummers like Neil Peart, Billy Cobham etc in his earlier days and a whole lot of classic rock bands. He is best-known for playing with the metal band Lucid Dreams. A truly hardworker at his instrument. Known for his patient and calm behaviour during rehearsals, makes the drums do all the talking. Earlier bands: Avalanche, Entertainer, Lucid Dreams, 7th Galaxy, Dream Opus • Blueprint • No Mascara
Works in a BPO
Genre: RETRO, BLUES, ROCK AND JIMI HENDRIX TRIBUTE