Pianist and keyboardist who became a founding member of the R&B band, Mint Condition. His band's hit "U Send Me Swingin" peaked at number two on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart for four weeks straight in 1994.
He and founding members Roger Lynch, Ray Coleman, Homer O'Dell, and Kenny Young formed Mint Condition in the mid-1980s while at Central High School.
He and Mint Condition are most widely-known for hits such as "Breakin' My Heart and "What Kind of Man Would I Be."
He's based in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
He and Keri Lewis were both members of Mint Condition.