William Scott Browning
Scott has been working the Pacific Northwest music scene for twenty five years. As a founding member of The Blind Willies in Bellingham, WA, Scott recorded his first full-length album (Black Coffee and Rust) and listened to his first song on the radio (Christina) in 1996. That adventure ended after many performances up and down the I-5 corridor, but new doors soon opened.
Scott reinvented his style of playing to accommodate solo performances on an acoustic guitar and began to develop his own voice for showcasing his songs. He has performed regularly in the Portland/Vancouver area since 2008.
Since the end of the Blind Willies, Scott has recorded two full-length solo projects (A Little Bit More Lucky in 2011 and Old Ghosts in 2014) and an ep (The Lonely West in 2002). 2020 finds Scott as a contented family man who continues to create original music and perform on a consistent basis.
Joe Lenahan, originally from Anchorage, Alaska, got his start playing bass and guitar upon moving to the Pacific Northwest in 1988. Joe's main musical influences span from classic rock to the grunge and heavy metal scene of the 90's. Grunge bands such as Soundgarden, Pearl Jam and heavier bands such as Tool and Sepultura are most influential is his playing. Billy Gould of Faith No More has been a major influence in the pursuit of amplified tones.
Joe's first musical pursuit was as a founding member of the metal band "Manifest" from Tigard, OR, which played mostly in the late 90's around the Portland area. In the 2000's Joe moved to SW Florida and joined a metal band called "5inamaze" which did minor touring and festivals around the state. Joe relocated to Las Vegas in 2005, and started a band with some friends called "Bone China", and subsequently, a metal cover band called "Burn Unit", which still plays around Las Vegas on a regular basis.
After a short hiatus from playing, Joe eventually moved back to the Pacific Northwest where he is happily married and a father of a young son. Joe is excited to back in the Portland music scene and happy to be making great music with Scott Browning.
Carlos Guevara Reyna
Carlos Guevara Reyna is a percussionist and drummer whose love for music and rhythm began at a very young age. Inspired by bands like Rush, Pink Floyd and Dream Theater, his passion for music grew even more when he received his first drum set at the age of 12.
10 years later he was playing with his band in Acapulco's Hard Rock Cafe and Disco beach.
After two years Carlos decided to move to Mexico City where he played for over a decade. During this time he took classes with well know Mexican musicians Javier Sosa (drummer for Maldita Vecindad, an influential rock band in Mexico) and Hector Javier Hermadez, where he learned how to incorporate many sound styles such as traditional Cuban bolero, Cuban son and flamenco with a fusion of rock. He also learned how to play the cajon, a talent that took him to Toronto Canada for over a year.
A native of San Luis Potosí, México, Carlos currently lives in Portland, Oregon with his family.