Jasmin first started singing and writing at a very young age. Coming from a strong Christian and musical family she has graced the stage of many churches and concert halls in her early days. Throughout her teen years, she was known as "The Wedding Singer," and also made a living performing at Banquets and Galas. As an artist for hire, her vocals have explored the avenues of folk, R&B, pop, indie rock, jazz, reggae, and classical music. Jasmin has achieved status as a professional studio musician and co-producer in some of Toronto's top recording studios, with well-respected producers and songwriters in the industry. She has worked on projects at recording studios such as Studio 92, Thunder Dome Sounds, including The Canterbury Music Company where she did her first jingle for Credit Canada.
Jasmin has performed at many of Toronto's best venues behind her maiden name, Bailey. She has performed at venues such as The Rex, Gate 403, The Orbit Room, The Home Smith, Alley Catz, The Baycrest Gala, Voices of the nations concerts at Nathan Philip and Mel Lastman Square just to name a few. Her vocals can be found in many songwriters' compositions, in different languages, and in different genres. Her music has been aired on radio stations like C.B.C. radio, iTunes-Music, and Smooth-Jazz. She is hosted on various online music avenues such as iTunes, CBC-music, Merchant Murango RECORDS, CDBABY, URBAN LAUNCHPAD, Toronto Star-ENTERTAINMENT, NOISEHEAD, CD Universe, GREAT INDIE MUSIC, AirPlay DIRECT, Bebo, and Midomi, just to name a few. Jasmin is currently busy as a songwriter for hire and continues to make her living as a recording and performing musician. Throughout her career of writing, performing and inspiring, she has always stayed true to her first love of music and her spirituality, as she continues to write, record and deliver gospel music.
Richard first started playing classical piano when he was seven. Although he always loved playing, he didn't take it seriously until he started studying jazz with Ted Moses when he was a teenager. Ted also mentored Richard in the skills of composition and arranging. He made his first $100.00 from music while in high school by receiving an award at the Canadian Stage Band Festival for a composition he wrote for the school jazz combo. He has now been playing and recording music professionally for 30 years. At 19 Richard started playing in professional bands around Toronto, most of which played R’n’B and top 40 music. Over the last two decades, he has played and/or recorded with a number of artists including Hell + High Water, The Mighty Pope, Jane Child, 3 plus 3, Morris Albert, Errol Star, Joe Johnson, J. Douglas, and his wife Jasmin Uglow.