Hannah Fairchild, sometimes referred to as Hannah vs The Many, is a Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter and misanthrope.
You can hear her music and read her musings at:
"I've had some wine. Don't include that in the bio."
Keith Michael Pinault is a professional actor, occasional theatre director, sometime educator, Bostonian-in-exile. A self-taught guitarist, he picked up a bass a few years back to make himself musically useful and is having a very hard time putting it down. He met Chris at a shitty serving job on the upper west side of NYC. They started playing together in the fall of 2014. More about Keith at www.Keithmichaelpinault.com
Motivated by a diverse musical palate and burning passion to connect with people of all creeds through his music, violinist, pianist, composer and educator, Benjamin Sutin is currently residing in New York City. He began his career in Philadelphia, where he studied with legendary jazz violinist, John Blake Jr. He has garnered acclaim in the jazz violin community from the likes of Jean Luc Ponty, Regina Carter, Christian Howes and Sara Caswell. In late 2015, he released his debut album, Tangibility to rave reviews, sold out crowds and international radio play. You can find more on his website www.bensutinmusic.com. And you can check out his other projects at:
Ben will be playing violin on the upcoming album "Lizzy White Doesn't Give a Fuck"
Nastasia Green is a lady who wears a lot of hats. And most of them are neon-rainbow colored. She's also a writer for the webseries Hat Trick Bitches. She's been singing with Chris since the summer of 2014.
Carl Limbacher is an in-demand bassist living in Brooklyn, having moved there after growing up in a small town on Long Island that Fear Factory once called 'Where Evil Dwells'. Studying music in college, he went on to become renowned in the New York music scene. Nate Chinen from the New York Times once referred to Carl as "presumably the bass player". Someone told Carl once that Tony Maimone thought his bass playing was pretty good. All of this music stuff is really getting in the way of his true passion: arguing whether "I Want You Back" or "I Want to Dance with Somebody" is the best song of all time.
Hungarian-American violinist Hajnal Pivnick was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. She is compelled to perform and promote music written in the 20th and 21st century, and works extensively as an educator and arts administrator. She is Co-Founder of Tenth Intervention, a collective of musicians that presents new music in New York City.
Hajnal recorded on the Albums
"Year of The Bear" and "Notes To My Blood"
Kristie Wortman is a North Easterner hiding out on the West Coast. She splits her time between acting and writing, and sings whenever she can. She's also an avid Harry Potter fan and mashed potatoes enthusiast.