The Fingers cut their teeth blazing across post-grunge era Portland at such legendary clubs as the X-Ray Cafe, Satyricon, Belmont’s, La Luna and Berbati’s Pan. F3 (as they were known) brought a full 10 piece live show that was highly energetic and many times improvised. They released three albums Slap Me Five, About Time and Twisted and Lifted and opened for such acts as De La Soul, The Roots, Maceo Parker, Fishbone, Run DMC, Sublime, Kool Keith, Digital Underground, Bootsy Collins and The Greyboy Allstars. The Fingers disbanded in 2002.

Pete Miser currently lives in NYC and has produced tracks for Half Pint, Chuck D, Imani Coppola, Melanie Fiona, Jin, Dres (from Black Sheep) and others. His film credits include contributions to The Night Listener, Everything Is Illuminated and Planet B-Boy. Pete has also released albums Here I Be , Radio Free Brooklyn and Camouflage is Relative. For the latest on Mr Miser check www.petemiser.com .

DJ Chill has continued to entertain audiences across the country with his amazing turntable skills and Deft rapping ability. He is currently Djing for acclaimed rapper Tech Nine and has recorded numerous albums.

Five of the former members of F3 currently make up Tezeta Band and play Ethiopiques inspired Soul Music in Portland, OR. They can be seen regularly at the Sengatera Restaurant on the 2nd Thursday of every month. For more info they can be found at www.tezetaband.com .

Edited by le3dmax on 8 Jun 2012, 18:24

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