The Blue Mockingbirds is an organization comprised of brothers Ted Mason and Monty Mason on lead guitars, drummer Milan Mesarich (toured with Peter Wolf and former person in Icicle Works as well as the Spin Doctors), classical and jazz-trained keyboardist Chris North, and bassist Muzz Skillings, formally of Living Color. The music group produced in 1997 when Ted (manufacturer, business lead guitarist, and co-songwriter of later-era Contemporary English) transferred to NY where his sibling was in university at Columbia School. Mason’s greatest state to popularity (after playing the strike “I Melt TOGETHER WITH YOU” nightly in concert) was as manufacturer/engineer for Spandau Ballet, Artwork of Sound, Jesus and Mary String, Mary J. Blige, as well as the Verve. The music group took its name from the rock and roll & move footnote music group the Mynah Parrots who shaped briefly in 1966 and included Rick Wayne, Neil Youthful, and Bruce Palmer (before the second option two shaped Buffalo Springfield). Adolescent once referred to the supergroup (who documented an album’s worthy of of materials but under no circumstances released it) as “a Rolling Rocks sort of R&B factor.” The Blue Mockingbirds possess a similar gratitude for a wide range of designs and multicultural affects from Brit Pop and bebop jazz to traditional and nation boogie. Shown Ted Mason, “We liked the thought of opposites playing collectively as they do, and we have been by dint of delivery and upbringing, multicultural.” Created to multicultural parents (Nicaraguan and British), the Mason brothers had been exposed to an array of musical affects. The art rock and roll label MI5 released the group’s In Colors in 2001 (with distribution through Koch). The biographical, cathartic recording is heavily affected from the Mason young boys’ Yorkshire years as a child and adolescence.