Bassist/singer Nathan Berg joins forces with guitarist Dave Brett and drummer Chris Brett for new interpretations of pop, rock and jazz favourites. Berg moved to New York City at 17 working as a musician and composer. He toured internationally and recorded with jazz trumpeter Maynard Ferguson (Live in London, 1990) and released his first solo album Fish With No Fins (1990). He performed with greats Clark Terry, J.J. Johnson, Buddy Montgomery, Tommy Turrentine, Clarence "C" Sharp, Jimmy Lovelace, Joe LaBarbera, Joe Morello, Carl Fontana, Jiggs Wigham, Jeff Coffin (of Bella Fleck and the Dave Matthews Band), Kei Akagi (of Miles Davis), Bob Shephard, Alan Broadbent (of Diana Krall, Natalie Cole), Peter Bernstein, Bill Stewart, Larry Goldings, Steve Kahn, Don Grolnick, Bernadette Peters, Steve Allen, Christy Moore, and John Scofield. Berg was the youngest student ever admitted to the world's oldest university jazz program and recorded Lab '89 with the University of North Texas One O'Clock Lab Band. Berg wrote music for, and acted in, the feature film Patisserie Coin de Rue, released nationally in theaters throughout Japan in 2011. He moved to Dunedin in 2012 and performs regularly, including the 2017 Queenstown Jazz Festival.