Special guests have included:
- Cameron Q Brown - Guitar, Vocals, Drums
- Some people were probably fooled into believing that Cam was part of
the Trio for a while, as he performed with the group at all their
gigs in late 1996 - early 1997. Cam played guitar and sang (most notably
two of his very own songs) with the band publicly, and even took a turn at
the drums for a rehearsal. We'd have him back in a flash at any one of these
positions. Cam also can be seen playing drums with Doomfingers, and
singing and playing his own music with Hive Mind.
- Andy Symons - Guitar, Vocals
- A few years back Andy flirted with the Trio, rehearsing with
them and even taking the stage for a gig. Eventually he ran off with Mark
to form the core of a band dedicated to playing their own brand of pop &
grunge, mack. We still hang
out with him, and he still requests High at every gig.
- Matt BJ - Harmonica, Guitar
- Matt is best known as the mad-cap guitarist and vocal dynamo that pushes
Doomfingers over the edge at every one of their gigs. But a few
people are aware that he appeared with the Trio playing a stinging
blues-fusion harmonica one night in 1996. Those who were there wait only
for the night when it happens again.
- Kyle McKenzie - Vocals
- The front-man for mack
has a van, and has used it to help the Trio get their gear to gigs
on several occasions. But that's not the only reason they love him like a
brother! Kyle has been up there on stage with the band as both a lead and
a backing vocalist at one time or another, and rumour has it that he plays
guitar as well!
- Craig Duturbure - Guitar
- The story is told that one day Craig picked up a guitar and began to
play. While none of us can be sure if that is quite the truth, Craig has
demonstrated that he is able to play the instrument on-stage, rockin' out
with the Trio to Brontosaurus as though he was born to
it! Craig has also featured with Doomfingers, on In a Mocking
Tone, although not as an instrumentalist.
- Richard Watts - Vocals
- The Power Trio's association with Richard goes back a long way.
There was a time when he sang with John's Room, and he has, on
occasion, been lured out to do a number or two with this band. By and large
he is kept busy as a DJ and spoken word performer, however, and its been a
while since he's been seen on stage with the group.
- The Torps - Wild Things!
- The Power Trio is pleased to have performed live with one of the
great bands of the sixties and early seventies, The Torps. To date
the two bands have only apeared once together, but the Trio consider
themselves to be always on call when their mentors require their
- Ben Chessell - Violin
- Ben plays up a storm with a number of groups around town in styles
ranging from Celtic to rock. The Trio has been lucky to spend some
rehearsal time with the virtuoso, and might appear with him in performance
at any time!
- Kit - Drums
- It is a little known fact that the Duckmaster left Australia for part of
1996. In a desperate attempt to pretend that nothing was wrong, Kit was called
in as a Duckmaster-look-alike for a session. In the end it was decided that
while her beat had everyone moving, her beak just wouldn't
fool the fans. The Duckmaster was eventually lured back to Australian
shores, but some are still prone to wonder "what if..."