I wish I could tell you who was onstage aside from the core band members, Jennifer Charles and Oren Bloedow. I just knew a couple more of the special guests.
Doug Weiselman was on-stage for some of the pieces with his sax, bass and alto clarinets. Whenever he was up there, so was a female alto clarinet.
Danny Blume was on bass sometimes. At other times, the bassist looked familiar, but I couldn't place him. He doubled as a french horn (or was it a horn or English horn?) When Danny was on bass.
A trombone came out every now and then. There were 2 strings on stage a lot - I think a violin and a viola. Piano, keyboards, laptop, another guitar sometimes, drums. Another female vocalist for one. I think that was basically it,
It was good. I have a lot going on at work so I left a few minutes early. I must say Jennifer is a great singer and very captivating. I was highly impressed.with Oren's soulful voice in the one song he did.
It's a great band, whatever they choose to do. I like the concept of playing with different people all the time. Especially when they are always great.