Mark Fewell was born in deep southern Louisiana and moved west to Santa Barbara at the tender age of 7. He began playing in party bands in the late 70's and early 80's trying to combat that scourge known as “disco.” He gave up his Stratocaster for a Martin acoustic guitar and began writing songs and playing along side his cousin Cary Cobb in the acoustic group Meritage. Now he resides in TreCoustics with Jodi Farrell and Cary, which is perfect for a man of his age and ever diminishing mind (LOL). He is a 52 year old that feels like a 30 year old and acts like a 20 year old...he strives to never act his age. Cary Cobb was born in 1962 in Jacksonville, Florida. Cary began playing piano around the age of 5. Started playing guitar at age 8. Cary's first official rock band started making music around 1974. He's been in multiple kinds of bands from the mid-70's to the present. He enjoys and plays everything from rock to jazz to country and blues. During the early 1980's, he played the Los Angeles showcase circuit while in college. He graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Communications from Pepperdine University in 1985. He enjoys all kinds of music and is always looking to learn more and expand his musical horizons. Art and media is his life. He has worked as a graphic designer since 1987 and enjoys all things creative. Cary enjoys the guitar, piano, bass, drums, mandolin, banjo and a few other stringed instruments. He has played in an acoustic based group with his cousin, Mark Fewell, for at least 10 years. Now, TreCoustics, with Jodi Farrell, is one of the best acoustic-based groups Cary has been a part of in a long time. He looks forward to playing many more engagements with this new group! Jodi Farrell was born in 1962 in Los Angeles, CA and raised in North Hollywood, CA. During her high school years, she moved to Agoura Hills, CA where she graduated from Agoura High School. From there, she received her AA degree from Pierce College with an emphasis in music and transferred to the University of California, Santa Barbara, majoring in music and vocal performance. She moved to beautiful Ventura CA in 1985 and has lived here ever since. For the past 21 years, Jodi has owned and operated "Jodi Farrell's Music Studio," located at 1926 East Main Street where she teaches voice, piano and guitar. For the past 11 years, she taught at Ventura College's evening voice class. Jodi is also a performing artist, who has had the privilege of working over the years in many different solo and collaborative musical settings. Currently, Jodi is thrilled to be working with Cary, Mark and John TreCoustics as she continues to explore her bass and song writing skills. She hopes you enjoy the sounds of TreCoustics’ three and four part harmonies.