ROCK CREEK JAZZ Guitar Jazz Trio Rock Creek Jazz is a jazz trio consisting of two guitars and bass guitar that starts with traditional jazz and Brazilian jazz. Very quickly, however, it becomes clear that this trio brings a unique character to this music that gives it new life as the influence of many musical styles converge into and through each song. A large part of the repertoire of Rock Creek Jazz consists of original compositions, although the group's musical horizons range from blues to bebop, bossa to bluegrass, and Thelonius Monk to the Beatles. BOB WILLIAMS Guitarist Bob Williams exhibits amazing skills on the guitar built on varied musical roots. He has performed rhythm and blues with the Peptonz, American folk music with Carey Creed, bluegrass with the Grass Menagerie, and classic rock and dance music with Scott Young and Steppin' Out. Bob has written many original compositions for the group. Recently, Bob has expanded his musical range to include the piano and chromatic harmonica, as well as mandolin. ROGER ST. VINCENT Bassist Roger St. Vincent has played the five-string bass guitar with many area bands and artists, including trombonist Rhoades Whitehill and the Sam Seymour big band, guitarists Steve Abshire and Rob Winter, saxophone and vocalist Maureen McCusker, as well as the trumpet-guitar-piano-bass phenomenon Richard Glass. His first instrument was trumpet, and he periodically adds that sound to the group. Roger also performs with activist/vocalist Luci Murphy as the bassist with Luci Murphy and Friends. WILLIAM BRODERICK Bill Broderick is a guitarist who has written music in many styles, and performed with numerous diverse music groups, including The Skeptics and Cherry Pink Reason, the classical guitar/flute duo Flute of the Loom, the Los Angeles country rock band Windjammer, and the jazz quartet Foolish Heart. His musical compositions have been well recognized in songwriting competitions across the country.