Andrew Baham has been determined to become a major force in the music industry since he began playing the trumpet at age 11, inspired by the discipline and appeal of the marching bands in New Orleans. From that time on, Andrew’s love for music grew stronger. While in junior high, he started writing arrangements for the marching band, earning respect and accolade from his fellow band members.
Around the same time, a friend talked Andrew into auditioning for the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (commonly referred to as NOCCA), an arts high school in New Orleans with a long list of acclaimed alumni. At NOCCA, Andrew received lessons from Ronald Benko (of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra), renowned trumpeter and educator Clyde Kerr, Jr., and Grammy Award Winner Nicholas Payton. In 1998, he received an endorsed trumpet from the Yamaha Corporation of America and became the first recipient of the Doc Cheatham Memorial Scholarship.
Born and raised in New Orleans East, Irvin Darby has always been a fan of music since a kid. From participating in church groups to recording songs with neighborhood friends, music has been a passion for Irvin. Known as “Darby”, he pursued a degree from Delgado Community College to enhance his knowledge studying Music Production. Darby also has the talent of Production of Beats. Producing beats and music recording is something Darby has been doing since his younger days. Darby has been a Professional of Music Engineering since 2011