It has been said that Jim Anderson has a room for life at the “Home of the Chronically Groovy”. Long time Cleveland musician starting back in the late 60's, Jim was the former lead guitarist for "The Rebel Kind", "The Shades of Gray", "The Choir" (It's Cold Outside), and more recently “Forever Young” and the “Jim & Denise Duo” with Denise Geisler. A talented songwriter as well, Jim has been a feature artist at Cain Park, Willoughby Fine Arts, Orange Village Summer Series and featured on local TV program Random Acts of Music. Jim's biggest fan is his wife Michelle, who loves and supports the band and all his other music endeavors. They have two kids, and two grandkids.
Bob Walker is a married father of three whose day job is practicing law. Bob has been playing drums in bands since age 12! In addition to “No Moss”, Bob also drums for “Transportation Boulevard” (jazz), “Rule 11 & The Sanctions” (rock and pop) and the “No Name Band”. Bob has performed with several rock and jazz ensembles, recording with “Boho Zen” (four CD's of original material, including "Release Me"), and wrote, performed and produced a solo album of original music entitled 'Literal.' Bob and his wife Cindy sing with the Church of the Holy Angels Choir with Jim and Denise.
Denise Geisler, lends her smooth vocal style to a wide variety of music including acoustic, old jazz standards, blues, Rock & Roll and pop. She was influenced early on by all the great vocal artists of the 60’s & 70’s. She is in the choir and cantors for the Catholic church, having appeared on several solo recordings for Church of the Holy Angels. Former lead vocalist for “Forever Young” (rock, blues band), she currently plays out acoustically at local venues with Jim Anderson as the “Jim & Denise Duo”. “No Moss” is just an extension of all the great music she loves to perform. Her two daughters are die-hard "Mossies”.
Bill Hanna, a Database Administrator by day, plays 4 and 5 string basses. Bill has been playing bass and guitar in various rock and fusion bands since age 14. His influences range from Percy Heath and Chris Wood to John Entwistle and Geddy Lee. Bill enjoys the challenge of improvisational music and loves to play with lots of different musicians. In their free time, he and his wife Colleen enjoy cooking, travel, going to concerts and spending time with family.