Mark Deschner hails from the small town of Wimberley, Texas, a suburb to the “live music capital of the world,” Austin. From a young age, he took an interest in music, mostly inspired by the albums his father played in the car (such as Lyle Lovett and Nickel Creek) and by the thriving music scene around him. His passion for music brought him to Boston to study at Berklee and soon will take him wherever he can make his living from his passion.
During his sophomore year in high school, Sean Trainor started playing in local restaurants, bars, and festivals, and quickly developed a following in the North Carolina area. Currently studying songwriting and contemporary writing and production at Berklee, he's an active performer as well as a writer, arranger, and session musician. Trainor sings and plays a variety of instruments including piano, guitar, mandolin, accordion, and lapsteel guitar, among others.
Nahid Siddiqui was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. She started singing when she was 12 and has never looked back. She took classical piano lessons as a child and picked up playing the guitar while in high school. Currently, Siddiqui is finishing up her degree in film scoring at Berklee. Since her time in Boston, she has been performing, recording, and writing songs, working towards releasing her debut album in the spring of 2015.