| Hugh Gee - Bass ('03-'05)
Born in Niagara Falls, New York, Hugh Gee
actually spent the majority of his life in Richmond, Virginia.
He attended James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA,
garnering a joint degree in music and business. Hugh has
been performing since the age of 11. At JMU, he was the
co-founder of the men's group "Exit 245", founder
and music director of the coed group "Low Key",
and founder and president of the JMU Trombone Association
Chapter. His musical influences include Bobby McFerrin,
Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Mozart, Harry Connick Jr., Billy
Joel, Basil Pouledouris, M-pact, Sons of Pitches, Tori Amos
and Stevie Wonder. His hobbies include playing volleyball,
snowboarding, surfing, and arranging music.
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