Project Greenfield is comprised of music veterans delivering the jamming San Francisco sound of psychedelic rock, East Bay funk, and World beat with lyric social expression. The Project Greenfield concert experience is open, fresh, exciting - a musical expression for the spirit.
Project Greenfield is:
Pat Morris – combines rock, jazz, fusion, funk, classical and reggae in a unique style. Pat studied classical guitar with Josef Raposo, jazz and theory at Berklee College, and with jazz legend Dave Creamer. He toured the East with funk & soul bands Brothers Six and Kith & Kin, opening for acts such as Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, and recorded backing tracks for R&B singer Margo Thunder. After moving to California, Pat toured with rock and fusion bands Elements, Hot Face, Mystery Train, Automatic Blue, and with roots/reggae band George & the Wonders. Pat did session work with producer Paul Harvey for A & M and Warner Bros, John Lee Hooker, and legendary reggae guitarist Hux Brown.
Jim Knowles - began playing professionally in his teens and has backed R&B artists Jimmy McCracklin, L. C. "Good Rockin" Robinson, and toured with It's a Beautiful Day founder David LaFlamme. He's shared the stage with Big Mama Thornton, Larry Graham, John McLaughlin and Jorma Kaukonen, and has recorded at Wally Heider/Hyde Street and Fantasy studios. Knowing no better, he hooked up with Pat and Tim in the Bay Area jazz fusion band Elements and rock band Hot Face.
Tim Cuny - has been laying down a solid beat for over 30 years as a performer and recording artist. Tim grew up in Chicago and cut his teeth in the tough neighborhood clubs that are famous for defining the sound of Jazz, Blues, and R&B. Tim studied drums and the incorporation of Tai Chi with master drummer George Marsh. Tim has had the opportunity to play with and shared the stage with diverse musicians including Curtis Mayfield, Canned Heat, BB King, Tommy Castro, Tower of Power, and many other Bay Area bands and performers.
Kip Kent – for over 30 years, Kip has been playing bass and has had the chance to work with or share the stage with such names as Nick Gravinites, John Mayall, Marshall Tucker, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Cold Blood, Barry Melton, Denny Fongheiser (Tracy Chapman), Jeffrey "Woody" Woodruff (engineer - Natalie Cole "Unforgettable"), Rose Royce, Clifton Chenier, and a ton of other great, unknown Bay Area musicians (you know who you are).