Michael Hewett (Nagal/Crisis & Observation) A graduate of the renowned Berklee College of Music, composer/guitarist Michael Hewett has been inspired by influences ranging from Aaron Copeland and Michael Hedges to Radiohead. John Diliberto of Echoes radio describes Michael as a composer of quietly epic dimensions.
David Nichtern (In Praise Of/ Leaving The Palace/I Believe It's You) An Emmy award winning, Grammy nominated composer, guitarist and producer. Nichtern composed the classic song Midnight at the Oasis, the score and title songs for The Big Picture, One Life To Live and As The World Turns, and has recorded with Jerry Garcia, Christopher Guest, Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder, Maria Muldaur, Dr. John, and Billy Crystal.
Drala (Moment To Moment/Opening The Gates) A multi-instrumental world fusion band, Drala is on the cutting edge of a new musical genre that weaves elements of world grooves, dance, trance, classical Asian, and pop music. Drala joins the forces of guitarist/producer David Nichtern and bansuri flute master Steve Gorn (see bios below).
Falguni (I Believe It's You) Trained as a classical Indian vocalist since childhood, Falguni has toured extensively as a soloist and has performed and recorded with renowned drummer Kenwood Dennard, legendary Indian musician Ustad Sultan Khan, Asian Massive leader Karsh Kale, and her own band Karyshma. A frequent guest vocalist on Dharma Moon recordings, Falguni will be releasing her first cross-over solo CD on the label in early 2004.
Steve Gorn (Indian Nights) Master bansuri flute player Steve Gorn has combined the essence of classical Indian tradition with jazz and a contemporary world music sensibility. Steve has collaborated with a vast array of artists, including Paul Simon, Richie Havens, Paul Winter, Jack DeJohnette, Glen Velez, Krishna Das, and Jai Uttal.