Perhaps one of the most popular pop/jazz groupings, Fattburger continues to be classified by some seeing that new adult modern music, modern jazz, or clean jazz. The San Diego-based device offers survived through many styles and still takes on the same kind of available funky music which was its initial objective. Saxophonist Hollis Gentry, during senior high school, led an organization (Power) that opened up for Cannonball Adderley in a university concert in 1972. After graduating, Gentry toured with R&B organizations. He attended NORTH PARK State University or college and through the second half of the 1970s experienced possibilities to play straight-ahead jazz with Bruce Cameron. When their last music group split up, Gentry as well as the additional music artists (keyboardist Carl Evans, bassist Tag Hunter, drummer Kevin Koch, and guitarist Steve Laury) went independently and became Fattburger. Tommy Aros became a member of the music group as their percussionist and in the first ’90s, when Laury began a solo profession, Evan Marks became Fattburger’s guitarist. Within the middle 90’s, Fattburger discovered a home within the Shanachie label, liberating a string of well-received albums in to the 21st Century.