Bridget Crawford (vocals)
Bridget hails from New York, but has performed in theatres and music venues throughout the United States.  An experienced actor and singer, Bridget got her start in musical theatre (favorites include starring roles in Merrily We Role Along, A Little Night Music, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change), but her true musical love has always been the Jazz Era and the glorious, glittering songs of the American Songbook.  She is thrilled to be celebrating this music with a fantastic group of musicians (including husband/drummer Anthony Rella).  Bridget holds a BFA from Southern Methodist University.
Ian Underwood (upright bass/arranger)
Hailing from the great state of Connecticut, Ian was raised on music from an early age. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Berklee College of Music in 2009 where he was privileged to study with Oscar Stagnaro, John Lockwood, Esperanza Spalding, Walter Beasely, Bruce Gertz, and many other fine musicians and instructors. Over the last several years Ian has worked, literally, all over the world as a bassist.  In 2011, he released his first album as composer and bandleader.  Ian currently lives in New York City.
Rebecca Steinberg (trumpet)
Rebecca has performed at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, the Cell Theater, the City Winery, the Snapple Theater and The Producer’s Club, among others. Recently, Rebecca was selected to perform the Haydn Trumpet Concerto with the Torrington Symphony and toured China with the Manhattan Symphonie as principal trumpet. Rebecca also performs with the String Orchestra of Brooklyn, the Patriot Brass Ensemble (a group dedicated to performing for veterans), the Fire Island Pines Arts Project and is a founding member of the Manhattan Klezmer Band. Rebecca graduated from Manhattan School of Music, where she studied with members of the New York Philharmonic.

Mark Phillips (Sax)

Mark is an Australian saxophonist, woodwind specialist and educator. Accomplished in both classical and jazz, Mark holds a Bachelor of Music Performance with Honors from the University of Melbourne and has been heard across Australia. He has performed live on classical radio, appeared with The Australian Army Band, The Victoria Police Showband, The Australian Cotton Club Orchestra and was principal reed player in the world premier season of ‘Strange Bedfellows’ with John Foreman. Arriving in New York in 2011, Mark has continued to study with world renown jazz artists including Vincent Herring, Will Vinson and Andrew Sterman. He maintains a busy performance schedule along the east coast, and has performed in support of international acts as diverse as Gavin Degraw and fellow Australian, Olivia Newton-John.