Pascale Elia


Pascale Elia

Steve Bonino


Steve Bonino

Jimmy Keegan


Jimmy Keegan

You will never hear the word common in association with Pascale. You will never hear a voice like Pascale either. Born in Belgium to musical parents, she started singing almost immediately. Growing up in a vibrant and rich musical culture, it wasn't long before Pascale was developing a name in the community. Performing in big bands, cabarets and winning vocal contests but art is not a game.

Her name and reputation quickly spread across the country and she was soon performing with the likes of Toots Thielmans, Eric Legnini and Mimi Verderame as well as her own trio. Languages came easy to Pascale. Belgians already speak French, Flamish (Dutch) and German. She soon added English, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian to the fold. Pascale is a musical student with the rare capacity to tackle anything she sets her mind to. Jazz, rock, pop, classical and various ethnic musics are just part of what makes her so unique. Musicians will attest to her remarkable feel, rich tone, impeccable pitch and a 4 octave range doesn't hurt either. Her voice will move you, caress you, envelope you and get deep into your soul and you won't want her to leave.

A New York City native, Steve attended the High School Of Music and Art in New York, sister school to the high school made famous by the movie Fame, as a voice major.

As a professional actor, he starred in the NBC TV series: "The Kids From C.A.P.E.R.", a Saturday morning kid's show where he was able to display his acting and singing skills. C.A.P.E.R. was produced by Don Kirshner, who also produced the music for the Monkees TV show, which C.A.P.E.R. was emulating. Steve contributed his vocal talents to the show's album, released on Columbia records. He was also seen on the big screen in "Three Days of the Condor", starring Robert Redford, and the summer camp spoof film "G.O.R.P." starring Dennis Quaid. Steve also appeared in the made for television movies "Friendly Fire" starring Carol Burnett, "Tarantulas, The Deadly Cargo" and the remake of "It's A Wonderful Life" starring Marlo Thomas.

As a professional musician, Steve sang on records by Screaming Jay Hawkins & Francis X. On television, he has performed as a bassist / vocalist with the popular German band "Avtograph", and as a guitarist / vocalist on KCET with the original band "Tomorrow's Game" that Steve co-founded. Steve has composed the music score and original songs for independent films and has been an active musician since the early 90's on the local club scene in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.

Jimmy started playing at 10 years old. A few months after receiving his first drum set he landed a TV show alongside the late River Phoenix. A few months later he was doing theater in LA as a cast member and musician. By 14 he started his first band Polo that would end up in regular rotation at Disneyland as well as winning Starsearch and performing on numerous telethons. By 18 he had started getting calls for sessions and tours. It expanded from there. He was lucky to have a huge family with all kinds of music playing at all times. As he grew as a musician, he just continued that trend of listening to everything. Consequently, he get calls from R&B artists as often as rock, pop and country artists.

Jimmy has recorded and or performed live with Santana, Kenny Loggins, Selena, John Waite, Spock's Beard, Rahsaan Patterson and many others.