Mark McGrain

Composer and trombonist.

“McGrain aptly demonstrates that he understands the potent power of the bass frequency as he leads his ensemble into this low-registered fling spiced by the merrymaking revelry and percussive buoyancy of New Orleans Mardi Gras and Brazilian Carnival.” (Dan Ouellette, DownBeat * * * * )

“McGrain is a daring trombonist, to be commended for his vision of this tonally unique group.” (Robin Tolleson, Modern Drummer)

James Singleton

Composer, bassist, band leader, and multi-instrumentalist James Singleton has made his home in New Orleans since 1977.

Tim Green

Tim Green is arguably the finest saxophone player in New Orleans, and one of the most sought after musicians around the country for both session work and gigs. In addition to being a top-notch musician, Tim Green has dedicated himself and continues to dedicate his time to a host of worthy causes. Tim was awarded President George H.W. Bush's 257th Point of Light.

Avishai Cohen

An internationally reknown composer and artist, Avishai fits his bass into a uniquely counter-melodic and percussive role in Plunge.

Marcus Rojas

Marcus Rojas is considered one of “the best all around tuba players in the world” (Harvey Pekar,Jazziz). He has developed a style of playing that brings a new sense of flexibility and timbre to the tuba while expanding its role in both solo and ensemble settings. Plunge offers Rojas the opportunity to stretch out and take a front-line role.

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Album In For The Out by Plunge

In For The Out

Immersion Records & Media

Album IN For The OUT by Plunge

IN For The OUT

Immersion Records & Media

Album Tin Fish Tango by Plunge

Tin Fish Tango

Immersion Records & Media

Album Dancing on Thin Ice by Plunge

Dancing on Thin Ice

Immersion Records & Media



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