Bay region keyboard participant Graham Connah continues to be recording because the past due 80’s, but traces his music beginnings to being truly a Santana fanatic in 1970. After going to an experimental senior high school in Baltimore, Connah captured many great jazz presentations (Mingus. Sunlight Ra, Roland Kirk and Clifford Jordan, amongst others) with the Remaining Bank Jazz Culture while learning music theory with Dr. Asher Zlotnik. He relocated to Santa Cruz in 1980, and started composing and collaborating with regional music artists, including Ben Goldberg, Elliott Kavee, Trevor Dunn, Rob Sudduth and Kenny Wollesen. He started releasing albums within the middle 90’s on Rastascan in addition to his personal Sour Notice and Evander brands. In 2003, he started “delinquent senior high school combo training: focus on browse music, Persian carpeting selection, finger snapping, hookah combustion, interspecies mating, tactical vagrancy”, obviously a teaching placement. To be able to assure maximum dilemma, Connah transformed his name to Ted Brinkley in 2004.