Loz Irwin-Ray

Loz combines a love for creative expression and connection in her music making. She constantly strives to learn, understand and create a wide-variety of music. Covering plenty of ground in the Melbourne music scene, she works as a vocalist, double bassist, electric bassist, pianist, choir director, performer, composer, educator, arranger, session musician and curator. She typically plays and writes in genres including folk, jazz, improvisation, blues, pop, funk and neo-soul. Loz is a graduate of the esteemed Monash University Music Performance degree where she specialised in jazz.

Reuben Legge

Reuben Legge is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who is active in the Melbourne contemporary music and jazz scene. He plays saxophone, keyboard and sings in ‘Belly Savalas’ and ‘Ukulele Death Squad’, as well as composing and arranging instrumental and vocal parts. He graduated from his Bachelor of Music performance at Monash University in 2015 and has a passion for singing and listening to gospel music. He now teaches saxophone and flute at Bentleigh Secondary College and Tintern Grammar. His performance and teaching style is playful and inclusive, always looking to bring people of all skill levels into a jam session and support everyone’s passion for music.




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