About the Band
We are a 4-6 piece jazz combo comprised of professional musicians
Have us to play at your next wedding, corporate event or party.
We are a flexible group. Book the whole group, or just a trio or duo. No matter the size of venue we can provide just the right level of entertainment for your needs, from background music to being one of the features of the party.Read More
Why Choose Us
Professional Quality Music
with a friendly attitude
We we look forward to providing high quality music for your next event. We deeply care about your event, and will do our best to make it fun for everyone.
Extensive Reportoire to
Provide music for any event
We have an extensive library of music from old standards to local arrangements of popular jazz and dance music.
We can play Quietly
and with a full sound
We can easily modify our volume to match what is going on at your event.
Our Band Members
Tim Moher holds a Bachelor of Music (Hons.), B.A. and B.Ed. all from the University of Western Ontario (Canada). Presently, Tim is an itinerant music teacher with WCDSB and is in his 25th year as a teacher for the board. He has played all the saxophones with a variety of groups and has been featured as a classical, jazz and ragtime soloist over the past 25 years. Some of the bands and groups he has played with include, The Band of the Ceremonial Guard in Ottawa, Orchestra London, and The Forest City Saxophone Quartet. He has recorded with The Wellington Winds, The Royal City Saxophone Quartet, and The Windjammers. Locally, Tim manages the entertainment and is a regular performer for The Food and Drink Expo and Show. He is also very busy as a specialist in performing for Wedding ceremonies and receptions and various corporate events. Tim is very excited to be working with Rick Hutt of Cedartree Recording studio on his all original debut CD coming out this fall!
Bradley Moggach, keyboard, specializes in accompanying vocalists, instrumentalists, and choirs in the Kitchener-Waterloo music scene. Recent activity has included composing and arranging music for the 100th anniversary of the founding of Wilfrid Laurier University (‘Remembering for the Future‘ ) and at the seminary chapel an Art and Jazz Vespers: What’s in a Veil? Embracing Ambiguity.
Bradley enjoys long distance motorcycle adventures which have included several trips to the Eastern provinces and a memorable exploration of the Blues Trail in Mississippi. This year Alberta is calling.
Derek Hines’ book is quite diverse. The themes focus on traditional standards from Evans to Monk. The sub-plots are a jazz take on legends from Lennon/McCartney to Jimmy Webb.
Derek is known as a creative and thoughtful interpreter.
Highlights of his career include performances with Freddy Cole, and 70′s television great John Davidson. This path also led to a five year run with Carnival Cruise Lines where he cut his teeth nightly with some of the world’s finest musicians.
Derek calls KW home and is a staple in the roster of returning talent to Waterloo’s Jazz Room.
Andy Macpherson has been playing drums, vibes and percussion for over three decades and is the leader of the New Vibes Jazz Quartet. He has worked in many large and small ensemble settings, spanning Latin, classical, rock, and jazz. His studies at Humber College under the tutelage of Canadian jazz giants Ron Collier and Pat Labarbara in the late 80’s were very formative. He continues to make music with many of the region’s finest musicians; besides the NVJQ, which he co-founded, he currently plays with the KW Big Band Theory, a 17-piece swinging big band and Farmington State an old time country band. As well, he was the principle percussionist for many years with the former Waterloo Stage Theatre and remains involved with the Kiwanis Music Festival for percussion. Andy also teaches mathematics at St. Mary’s High School in Kitchener and directs the SMH Hypercussion Ensemble. His three fantastic children are all budding musicians and make him proud. His partner Susie supports them all in their many musical endeavours.
- He has played all the saxophones with a variety of groups and has been featured as a classical, jazz and ragtime soloist over the past 20 years.