Web by WMC Corp Frank Basile (Flute, Alto Sax, Soprano Sax) Frank has played with Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Liza Minnelli, Johnny Mathis and many others.  He was a member of the big bands of Buddy Rich, Woody Herman, Les and Larry Elgart, and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.  On Broadway, Frank has performed in The Wiz, Cats, Grease, She Loves Me, Starlight Express, and West Side Story.  He has also performed with The New Jersey Symphony, the New York Philharmonia Virtuosi, and the Westchester Symphony.  Frank, a graduate of both Performing Arts High School and Julliard School of Music, served a tour of duty with the U.S. Army Band Concert Band, and was a soloist with the Jazz Ensemble.  Frank was a student of George Coleman and Phil Woods.  He was a soloist wth Ray Charles as well as Henry Mancini.  He can be heard on many recordings and commercials, including as lead alto/woodwinds on Marlene Ver Plaank’s “Quiet Storm” CD and his own solo CD “On Firm Ground”. Gerry Cappuccio (Flute, Tenor Sax) Gerry, one of the busiest arrangers and performers in the Tri-state area and a student of Frank Foster’s, has been featured with both the Lionel Hampton Orchestra, and the Don Ellis Big Band.  He has worked with Tony Bennett, Carmen McRae, Buddy De Franco, Warren Covington, Buddy Morrow and a host of other jazz greats.  Gerry can be heard locally with the Somers Dream Orchestra and the Dick Meldonian Orchestra, and is often a featured soloist at Jersey Jazz Society concerts.  He has been involved as an editorial consultant for United Artists Music on the music of John Coltrane and Joe Henderson, in addition to publishing more than 100 books for Warner Bros. Music.   Roy Nicolosi (Bari Sax, Bass Clarinet) Roy has been on the New York jazz scene for years performing with some of the biggest names in the business, including: Clark Terry, Jerry Bergonzi, Charles Blenzig, Frank Elmo, Bob Ferrel, Freddie Hendrix, and Ken Hitchcock.  Roy has performed with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra, the Night Life Orchestra, and both played with and produced the Michael Treni Big Band.  He has also performed at Newport, Lincoln Center, Trumpets, Alice Tully Hall, and other jazz venues in the New York Metropolitan area.  When he's not playing, Roy can be found in the studio producing, with numerous jazz CDs to his credit.