Mary Beth Abella - Members

Members

Mary and John are the only two members to have been featured on both albums. While Mary Beth Abella has various artists working with them; they do not play a solid role.

Mary Beth Abella - Guitar, vocals, lyrics.

John Abella - Guitar, keys, organs, programming, bass.

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