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Greg Alevizos



Having taken on five distinct careers in the last 30 years - restaurant, banking, performance, hotel management, and IT services - Greg Alevizos, a Grammy nominated audio engineer (2002), has recently been a results driven IT professional with notable success directing a broad range of corporate IT project initiatives while participating in the planning, analysis and implementation of solutions in support of business executives. With both a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Information Technology from Bentley College in Waltham MA, Greg is an outstanding project and program leader; able to coordinate and direct all phases of project based efforts while managing, motivating and guiding teams. These skills easily transfer to entertainment - to highlight this particular project "Gulfstream"  it should be noted that Greg has also been a keyboardist for almost half a century, performing in numerous bands such as Frankie and The Cruisers, Ice Nine, Route 66, as well as his own band Zodiac Jukebox and many more.

James Cabiran



James Cabiran is a New Orleans native and has played drums for over forty years. He has performed internationally with artists such as Walter Wolfman Washington and the Roadmasters, JD Hill and the Jammers, The New Orleans Stick Band, The Beat Doctors, Woodenhead, Swing Thing and countless other New Orleans regional artists. James has also made his home in local New Orleans's studios, recording on numerous albums, television ads, and jingles. Given the nature and patience of James's chameleon personality, he is comfortable with all genres of music. Also a proficient saxophonist, he has been collaborating with Greg for over 30 years in numerous project vehicles, notably touring the SEC in the 90s while performing in the Zodiac Jukebox show band as horn section leader.

Brian Morgan








Born in Port Chester, New York, Brian was educated in the musical arts at the Rye Country Day School and later at Manhattanville College and State University. After relocating to the New Orleans area Brian attended Tulane University where he studied music performance and production. While at Tulane Brian performed with many talented musicians including members from The Neville Brothers, The Radiators, The Subdudes, and The Grateful Dead. In late 1989 Brian founded Big Art Entertainment and established his first studio in Harrison, New York, which he eventually took to the west coast and set up in both Malibu and Hollywood California. At his studio in Hollywood Brian recorded over 2000 pieces of commercial music, and in the early 2000’s kicked off a nationwide tour with The Brass Stompers, a marching Dixieland jazz band.

Doug Meeuswen








Douglas Meeuwsen has a B.A. in Music Education and Jazz Studies from Western Michigan University. He has completed graduate work at North Texas State and San Diego State Universities. He has extensive experience as a trumpet artist in all genres, including symphony, Latin, jazz, brass quintet, solo and as a studio musician. He previously taught at Vista and Poway High Schools and has been a clinician and judge in California for the last 20 years.

Doug Webb received a Bachelor of Music from Berklee College of Music. He is featured on over 500 recordings for hundreds of artists including Horace Silver, Freddie Hubbard, Sal Marquez, Stanley Clarke, Brian Bromberg, Quincy Jones, Mat Marucci, Bobby Caldwell, Kyle Eastwood, Rod Stewart, Carly Simon, Art Garfunkel, Queen Latifah, Cher and Vikki Carr. He played for fifteen years with the Doc Severinsen Tonight Show Big Band. He has recorded music for hundreds of movies and television programs, including playing for the Family Guy orchestra and soprano saxophone for the Law and Order theme song. Doug can be seen regularly in the LA area with his own group, featuring Mitch Forman and Brian Bromberg.

Doug Webb








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