Fred Cash – bass
Bruce Flowers – keys
Adrian Harpham – drums
Marvin Sewell – guitar
MILK is comprised of four world-class, journeyman musicians; a burgeoning alliance of New York’s heaviest.
FRED CASH is a musician from Chicago, Illinois who happens to play bass. Coming from a musical family, he’s played music most of his life. After finishing a couple of semesters at the American Conservatory of Music he moved to New York where he’s played with such artists as Alicia Keys, Indie Arie, Henry Butler, Luther Vandross, Elvis Costello, George Clinton, Curtis Mayfield, and The Impressions, Adam Holzman, Jean-Paul Bourelly, Toshi Reagon, Jerry Butler, and many others.
BRUCE FLOWERS is a pianist/keyboardist/composer from Baltimore, MD. He played in go-go bands and jazz groups in the DC area before attending New England Conservatory and Berklee College of Music in Boston. Following Berklee, he moved to NYC and began a top-flight/fruitful career playing with Betty Carter, Bobby Watson, Marcus Miller, Ruben Wilson, Brian Mcknight, Queen Latifah, David Sanborn, and Patti Austin. He is currently composing music, doing session work, and developing his own projects.
ADRIAN HARPHAM is a Drummer/record producer/composer from Philadelphia. Originally mentored by various Philly drummers, he later studied with Alan Dawson, Russell Leach and Ed Uribe before attending Berklee College of Music. After Berklee, he moved to NYC and has since worked with: Dr. John, Henry Butler, Raphael Saadiq, Leo Nocentelli (the Meters), Fred Wesley, Bernie Worrell, Chromeo, Amel Larrieux/Groove Theory, Donald Harrison, Pee Wee Ellis, Oz Noy, Charlie Hunter, Brazilian Girls, Coolio, Tom Scott, the Pharcyde, DJ Logic, Screaming Headless Torsos. Adrian is an active record producer with his production company Big Pulse Productions and his label imprint Modern Icon Recordings (distributed by Ropeadope Records).
MARVIN J. SEWELL guitarist and composer, hails from Chicago. He began his career playing with local greats like Von Freeman and Ramsey Lewis. After studying composition at Roosevelt University, he went on to collaborate with notable artists including Jack DeJohnette, David Sanborn, Marcus Miller, Jorge Sylvester, Gary Thomas, Greg Osby, Joe Lovano, George Benson, Sekou Sundiata, and Peter Herborn. He leads The Marvin Sewell Group today and is gearing up for a solo record release.