Wind, featuring Adrienne
Nims on soprano, alto,
tenor saxes, traditional flutes as well as Native American, Indian,
Asian flutes and percussion, performs contemporary jazz and global
throughout Southern California and is featured at the world-famous San
Zoo during the summer.
Nims’s passionate energy and
musicianship as a solo artist and with her talented band Spirit Wind
inspiring and unforgettable entertainment experience.
Her dynamic sensual voice on the saxophones,
flutes and many more global indigenous instruments express not only a
array of musical culture and style but the magic and mystery of life. She has recorded and
performed in many parts
of the world, has numerous theatrical credits on stage and as a
composer. She is a
dancer and choreographer as
well. She has
performed openings for
such greats as Spyro Gyra, Joe Cocker, Al DiMeola, Fourplay,
and Boz Scaggs, to name a few.
Bryant, percussionist, has
performed over many
parts of the globe with an array of top names and stars in music and
film. He is in
demand with musicians and
entertainers in all forms of music.
some of the following artists: Gabor Szabo, Dona Summer, The Fifth
John Mayall, Captain and Tennille, and Bill Cosby Productions. He has also played with
various Latin, Jazz,
African and Brazilian groups. Warren now lives in San Diego,
plays and records with some of the best local musicians around.
J.R. Betts has
played many of the clubs in San Diego, such as the Rancho Bernardo Inn,
the USS Grant, the Ritz Carlton and the Marriott Hotels, to name a few.
J.R. is a dedicated, talented musician, pianist, computer
sequencer, and composer who loves to make and play music.
Patton is known throughout
the west coast for his
extraordinary virtuosity as a guitarist, composer and arranger. He has been the recipient
of awards for many
National competitions. He
is a highly
sought after teacher, recording artist, and has recently completed
for a children’s music CD.
Latin jazz infused with irresitible grooves as well as elegant,
melodies will linger with you long after the last note.