Starting as Glam Metal Band in 1987, releasing first album in the same year.
In 1988 a second more melodic hardrock influenced album followed.
The 1993 album was another improvement great Heavyrock throughout with a bluesy edge.
Grandious guitar sound and vocal-counterparts from Laura (sometimes like Janis Joplin),
Mary and Jade. The whole sounds like a mix from SOUNDGARDEN; JANIS JOPLIN and
FLEETWOOD MAC in one pot.
The next and last studio album was recorded after Mary Stuarts split from the band, the
sound is more dark, even harder with grunge elements.
So far the best album, without any bad track.
After one last sign of life an half unplugged album, only Jade and his sister Laura
(recorded in february 1996) 4 songs and one hidden track completed with a Live-Radio-Show
for WDZR (Z-Rock) in Detroit dating from Oct. 12. 1992.
Nothing more was seen or heard from the band.
MARY STUART released one great Solo album, which mixed Folk, Rock and Psych, but went down
almost unnoticed, like a pearl waiting to be discovered.
Style : Heavyrock with Blues & Funk elements
see : Mad Hatter ; Sponge ; Mary Stuart ; Larry Santos ;
Jade Scott (Santos) - guitars, vocals, producer, engineer, arranger;
Laura Ruby (born Santos) - vocals, keyboards;
Mary Stuart - vocals, piano, organ;
Chris Stuba - bass, voc.; Rick Ferrante, Kian Smith - drums, perc.;
Jade, Laura with Tim Patalan - bass, voc.; Jody Cortez - drums;
Over you now
In my Head
I feel fine
Heart on my Sleeve
You will never know me
Crucify (Tori Amos)
Big Book (with: Vin E.Dombroski - drums)
My God is dead now
Life passes by
all other songs written by Jade Scott