Lukas started playing drums with 6 at a marching band. He performed early with rock- and punk bands as well as with a big-band and jazz-ensembles. After studying classical music at the J.J. Fux Conservatory in Graz he moved to Vienna to study jazz-drums at Michael Prowaznik, Björn Klein and Christian Mühlbacher.
Parisian born Manu was a respected session player in Paris before coming to international recognition through his stylish work with Peter Gabriel on the influential 1986 album ‘So’. He combined percussive brilliance with an unmistakable groove in a manner not heard before and overnight became the drummer everyone wanted.
Born in St. Louis Missouri USA, Mark had a strong desire for music (particularly drums) at 2 years of age. Singing and beating on everything in his mom’s house from pillows to pots and pans, it was clear that music was the way for him. Mark had his first opportunity to explore music at the age of 6 by playing drums at his home church.
Born in 1956 in New Haven, Connecticut, Mickey took up drums when he was 11 and played with local bands. His early inspirations ranged from Ringo Starr and John Bonham through to Chicago’s Danny Seraphine and – under the influence of his older brothers – the classic R’n’B of Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding and James Brown.