EVERETT STREETE a.k.a. EVER-G Ever-G singer, songwriter and guitar player grew up in Jamaica. He has been actively involved in reggae music for over two decades. Ever-G performed and sang with numerous bands in Jamaica before migrating to the U.S. in 1984. He has been a member of several bands including Unconquered people, Positive Vibration, D-KGB, The Bottom Lion and most recently Sonz of The Most High. He has been part of the opening act for Third World, Shabba Ranks, Capleton, and Yellowman to name a few. Ever-G also did studio work with Gregory Isaacs. In 1996 Ever-G recorded and co-produced a critically-acclaimed CD for GurneyMan " Jah Gave Us Music." His most recent original work is a CD entitled "World Peace". He is one of the executive producers and co-producer of the CD. Ever-G wrote and sang all tracks on the album as well as provided guitar work. Performing Credits: Don Carlos, Michigan & Smiley, Half-Pint, Sanchez and Ninjaman. VINCENT JAMES a.k.a. BIGGS Biggs a self-taught musician grew up in Washington, DC. In 1987 he played the Guitar with the band "Pure Elegance." During his time with the group, they released two original CD's entitled "Too Damn Hype" and "Still Getting Hype." In 1991 Biggs became involved with reggae. He played with the group Caravan and in 1992 moved to Hampton, VA. He taught himself how to play the keyboards and toured briefly with Ras Mel and RMA band. Biggs later became a founding member of The Bottom Lion, one of the premier reggae bands on the East coast. He recorded and released two CDs with the band, "Suffering and Struggling" and "I Am Reggae Music." He most recently played with the group "Sonz of The Most High." Biggs recorded and produced a CD for GurneyMan "Jah Gave Us Music" and most recently joined forces with Ever-G to co-produce the album "World Peace."