Z. Mulls is an eclectic, versatile lyricist living in the Philadelphia area. He is the recipient of the 2007 Grand Prize in the International Songwriting Competition for his collaboration with Kazakhstan composer Eduard Glumov, "I'm Not Your Friend." Their song also took First Prize in the Rock/Alt division of the Great American Song Contest.
Z. collaborates with musicians across the globe, creating songs that approach life from all angles. He is at home wth genres from cabaret to country to indie rock to any song form where there is a story to be told.
Ron Tintner is a neurologist in Houston, TX who has been teaching and practicing medicine since 1984. He has made his home in sunny locales from California to Texas to Florida, where he grew up. His clinical and research interests include movement disorders (parkinsonism, tremor, Tourette syndrome, dystonia) motor control and cognitive function, and the neurobiology of music. He is Director of the Movement Disorders Clinic and Co-Director of the Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorehabilitation and a member of the Center for Performing Arts Medicine. He is a member of the Parkinson’s, Dystonia and Huntington’s Study Groups and the Tremor Research Group.
He has been attempting to play and write music for the last 40+ years and hasn’t been able to get it right yet, but still has the chutzpah to post it on the web (The RT Project, on SoundClick: http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pageartist.cfm?bandID=385038 ).