Origin: Calgary, Alberta
Following stints with the likes of Painter, Hammersmith, 451° and then production duties on albums by Pretty Rough, White Wolf and Qwest, Dan Lowe decided once again to try another stab at a recording career. Envisioned as a studio project, Lowe brought back Steckler from 451° and built the act around consummate Canadian keyboardist/arranger Doug Riley (Dr. Music) as lead vocalist. Lowe produced their solitary with assistance from the band. Lowe would later go on to create an innovative studio sound technique called Q-Sound in 1998; Island released a self-titled CD in 1989; Riley died August 27, 2007.
Doug Riley: lead vocals
Dan Lowe: guitar
Jerry Adolphe: drums
Brian Island: bass, vocals
Brad Steckler: guitar, bass, vocals
Ted Alexander: keyboards, vocals