ROCKET NORTON (RINGO STARR) - Rocket began his show biz career in 1965 with the legendary rock band, THE SEEDS OF TIME. This became the ROCKET NORTON BAND in 1975 and in 1977 came full circle as he reunited with the original Seeds musicians to form PRISM. Prism went on to sell two million records and won two Juno Awards including Canada's Group of the Year. Rocket was the co-writer of VISIONS and was the Musical Director of VANCOUVER LIVE on Global TV. Rocket currently produces live musical and theatrical shows as well as television and video programs.

MICK DALLA-VEE (JOHN LENNON) – Mick (Michael Dalla-Vicenza) was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. His musical career brought him out west (his father let him drop out of high school to do so) and ultimately had him settle in Vancouver where he presently makes his home. Along with many studio sessions, Mick received a gold album reward for his studio work with Canadian band ‘Trooper’ as well as an ‘album of the year’ award from Saskatchewan Canada for a song he contributed and played on in 1997. Mick also contributed vocals for the Motley Crue multi-platinum album, ‘A Decade of Decadence’. At this writing, (2010) his voice can currently be heard in the hit movie ‘Hot Tub Time Machine’ (Motley Crue soundtrack). Aside from making a career in music as a live performer, in the studio and as a solo artist, Mick has been Canadian legend Randy Bachman’s bass player/vocalist for the past decade. He also plays guitar and 8 string bass for the reunited Bachman & Turner (formerly Bachman, Turner Overdrive) for their ‘Forged in Rock’ worldwide tour. The band’s current singles, Rollin Along and Slave to the Rhythm are in high rotation across North America and Europe. Mick continues to write, record and produce for many local and international artists alike with his ‘Millennia Sound Design’ production house…

MICHAEL SICOLY (PAUL McCARTNEY) - Michael was born and raised in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario Canada. He moved west to Vancouver B.C. in 1976 to persue a career in music. In the 1980's he also became a sought after session singer performing with such acts as Bryan Adams, Trooper, Loverboy and more. By the late 80's he became an actor and appeared in such TV sitcoms as MacGyver, The Commish ,The Amy Fisher Story (with Drew Barrymore) and the Black Stallion (with Mickey Rooney) His biggest film was the 1992 number 1 Box Office smash "ALIVE" where he played the role as the "Pilot"

Since the mid 90's to present Michael has voiced many Hollywood cartoons and worked as a solo performer for Fairmont hotels and the PGA of America including stints at the Masters in Augusta Georgia. He has also sang National Anthems for the Seattle Mariners and other Major League Organizations for the past 20 yrs.

SKIP PREST (GEORGE HARRISON) - Skip is originally from Chilliwack, BC but began his musical career in Terrace, BC in the mid-sixties. He arrived in Vancouver and formed one of Vancouver's great rocks band, JET. In the mid-seventies Skip played with the ROCKET NORTON BAND and Juno Award winner, SWEENY TODD with BRYAN ADAMS. He later co-wrote The sci-fi rock symphony, VISIONS and performed the work live at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre with the VANCOUVER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Skip was the featured guitarist with the studio band on VANCOUVER LIVE on Global TV.