Isaiah is a classically trained, singer/songwriter from Cincinnati, OH. In the summer of 2011, he was chosen to be a top 20 contestant on BET’s Award Winning Gospel talent show “Sunday Best.” Soon after moving to Atlanta, Isaiah was blessed to record with Tasha Cobbs on her Grammy award-winning album “Grace.”
As a firm believer of artist serving in a local fellowship, Isaiah had the privilege of serving as worship leader for “The Dream Center Church of Atlanta” in Atlanta, GA and “Willow Creek Church” in Chicago, IL among other churches around the country over the years.
As a worship artist, Isaiah has accepted the responsibility of leading God's people in worship all over the world, aiding them in becoming more aware of the nearness of our God and connecting with His heart through song.
Christopher Lee "TankBass" Franklin is an independent bass player born and raised in Memphis, TN. He started playing the bass guitar around the age of 9 but is also fluent on other instruments such as drums and piano. He is known for his simple approach to music and combining the styles of his inspirations. His inspirations include James Jamerson, Marcus Miller, MonoNeon, and his teacher Terence Gray. He has had the opportunity to share the stage with people such as Jekalyn Carr, Darrel Petties, The Winans, The Spiritual Soldiers, and others. Currently, he plays at Brown Missionary Baptist Church in Southaven, Mississippi.
My name is Amber Russell, I am 30 and I grew up in northern Indiana. I’ve been playing guitar for 16 years, I have been performing as a singer songwriter for 10 years with over 50 original songs and performing solo fingerstyle guitar for four years. I lived in LA for 4 years before residing in Portland to pursue music where I reside currently.
- I participated in the 2017 Canadian guitar Festival, and I’m proud to be the first female alternate competitor.
-I am in the Riffwars Hall of fame for best original female artist 2015 and best female Guitar tapper 2017
-I was spotted by former MTV host and CNN anchor Brian McFayden while I was street performing and I had the pleasure to perform on the KGW8, 7pm news in Portland and had a 30min. interview with him.
-I participated in the 2017 Thomas Leeb percussive Guitar boot camp
-I performed at the Fretmonkey Records concert live to 60 countries (during NAMM 2017)
Christina Sandsengen was born in a small town in the middle of Norway in 1987. She started to play the piano at the age of seven and gave her first public performance in the following year. When she was 15, she started to play the guitar, and fell in love with it. From that moment onwards, she decided to devote herself solely to the guitar. At college, she studied classical guitar with Martin Haug, and at 16 also had lessons with Geir Otto Nilsson in a talent programme for young musicians at the Norwegian Academy of Music.