Leslie Harris started performing at age six, in the church choir. Her professional career began in 1978 with a long-standing house gig at The Devonshire Hotel. She has opened for Tina Turner, Bryan Adams, Steppenwolf, Cheap Trick, War, Spencer Davis Group, Eric Burden and The Animals and Grand Funk Railroad. As the "les" in lesismore, Leslie's soulful voice and charismatic stage presence are irresistible to her ever-increasing Vancouver audience.
Originally from the Okanagan, Curtis DeBray started playing at age eleven, studying classical guitar with Gordon Boothe. He began his professional career in 1992 as a member of the renowned blues group "This Old House" who opened for Jeff Healey, Big Sugar, Widemouth Mason, Collective Soul, The Offspring and The Downchild Blues Band.
Since Lee Oliphant beginning his professional career as an electric bass player at the age of 14, Lee has performed with many well known artists including, among others: Jim Byrnes, Chilliwack, Jerry Doucette, Powder Blues, Sample-Stearns Band, Valdy , The Coasters, The Platters and Long John Baldry.
Nino DiPasquale has been playing the drums for 15 years. He attended the jazz studies program at Capilano College, where he was a member of the "A Band" and performed with Kenny Werner, Kurt Elling, and Dee Daniels.