Ray Longchamp

Ray Longchamp has been playing, teaching, and recording in the tri-state area for thirty years. He has recorded with such diverse artists as jazz great John Pizzarelli and 60's icon Tommy James (Shondells). He currently tours intermittently with the classic 60's hit makers Jay and the Americans. The Allman Brothers were among his earliest and greatest guitar influences - he practically wore the grooves out of Live at the Fillmore and Eat a Peach.


Glenn MacDermott

Glenn MacDermott's vocal style bears an uncanny resemblance to Gregg Allman's, which is not surprising as the ABB were a large influence. Glenn is a multi- instrumentalist, equally comfortable on organ, piano, bass, guitar, or drums. He has been performing in top area bands for years and his Southern rock and blues roots run deep. Glenn has opened for such artists as Gregg Allman, Roy Buchanon and the Marshall Tucker Band.

Tom Hammer

Tom Hammer's keyboard and production skills are in high demand. He has worked and written for artists such as Cindy Lauper, toured with The Family Stand, and done extensive music and video composition and production for ESPN. The ABB classic Brothers and Sisters, which prominently featured Chuck Leavell, was a significant early influence and inspiration.


Cardon Raquet

Cardon Raquet, the newest member of The Peach Project, was heavily influenced and inspired by The Allman Brothers while honing his guitar playing skills. Cardon's soulful, bluesy vocals and guitar styles are a natural fit for an already talented Peach Project lineup. Cardon has appeared at Mountain Jam, The Brooklyn Bowl and opened for the Funky Meters, as well as, sharing the stage with such notables as Robert Randolph and George Porter. To this day, The Allman Brothers Live at The Fillmore East is his favorite recording of all time.

Frank Colonnato

Drummer Frank Colonnato comes from a deep jazz background. He studied early on with some major jazz luminaries and later wrote instructional books that are still used wordwide. Early heroes were (are) Steve Gadd and Tony Williams. Bringing his style to the improvisational jazz-rock-blues mix that comprises the music of the ABB has been a rewarding creative journey. He is currently the proprietor of the Long Island Drum Company in Nyack N.Y.


Scott Hogan

Scott Hogan has been a working musician for 20 years. He attended NYU as a jazz performance major and studied bass under Mike Richmond. Scott also studied with John Patitucci at the Bass Collective, who recommended him to Mercury Records for touring with the pop group Hanson. Scott backed them up on several tours which included 5 performances on Late Night with David Letterman and the 1998 Grammy Awards. Scott has recently toured extensively with the Bernie Worrell Orchestra.