Quarter of Six Productions

Meet the Quarter of Six House Band! Here at Quarter of Six, we have a ready group of top flight studio musicians prepared to make your next recording amazing.

Steven Kamada Stephen Kamada is jazz/fusion guitarist whose influences span many decades and genres. Trained at GIT, he has pursued and enjoyed success as a songwriter, studio guitarist, teacher, and producer. Also the leader of fusion band, Syndicate, his current trio with drummer Chuck Van Haecke, and bassist Ignatius primanto is sure to excite the listener with their musicianship and individualistic approach to jazz.
Matt Starr

A native of Toronto, Matt Starr has studied under such luminary drummers as Joe Morello, Jim Chapin, and Vito Rezza. He moved to Los Angeles in 2001 and has performed with pop artists and singer-songwriters such as Christopher Cross, Kevyn Lettau, Kiki Ebsen, D. Booker, Lily Wilson, Sara Lovell and Dan Carlson and jazz artists such as Russell Ferrante, Jeff Richman, Steve Tavaglione, Joe Bagg, Bill Reichenbach, The Andrew Campbell Network, Brad Rabuchin, Billy Mitchell the Mark Harrison Quintet, and 2azz1.

Matt has also shared the stage in concert/clinic situations with legendary guitarists Mike Stern and John Scofield, and has performed live with prominent Latin artists like Pablo Montero and Pamela Cortes, both in the US and South America.

He splits his time evenly doing recording sessions and live dates across a variety of genres, performing at venues such as The Hollywood Palladium, The Wiltern Theatre, the Anaheim Convention Center and legendary jazz hotspots like The Baked Potato in North Hollywood and Catalina Bar and Grill in Hollywood.

Matt is endorsed by Aquarian drumheads and Zildjian cymbals and sticks.

Bass Player We are currently auditioning top flight studio bass players.
Mark Harrison

Mark Harrison is a Keyboard Magazine columnist and a Grammy-winner endorsed author whose books are used by thousands of musicians worldwide. In 1987 he moved his pub-rock act from Great Britain to Los Angeles and began working at the renowned Grove School of Music, quickly establishing himself as one of the top music educators and session players in LA.

He soon began performing with top musicians such as Jay Graydon (Steely Dan), John Molo (Bruce Hornsby band), Jimmy Haslip (Yellowjackets), and numerous others. Mark currently performs with his own contemporary jazz band (the Mark Harrison Quintet) as well as with the Steely Dan tribute band Doctor Wu.

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