Dan Anthony is a singer/songwriter and lead guitar player with roots in LA and the Bay Area. He's backed many of the greats, like Ike and Tina Turner, Stevie Wonder and the Righteous Brothers. In the sixties, Dan recorded for Dell Records and later Decca. He has recorded 2 solo CDs, and is at work on the third. Several of Dan's original tunes are featured on the Moxie set list.

Carol Keys started singing in the early sixties, and by the mid-sixties was writing for Beechwood Music Corporation and recording for Capital Records with her band, the Baltimore Steam Packet. Over the years, her musical endeavors ran more to sound design and music composition for corporate films, but the road always led back to playing with friends. This group, Moxie, epitomizes a tight group of friends, and the music manifests it well.

Michael Fay  From 1967 to present, Mike has performed in a bazillion bands in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, but he likes "Moxie" the best. He likes Blues, R&B, rock and Jazz which makes Mike and Moxie a perfect fit.   

Bob Lewis plays bass and tenor guitars, and is an accomplished songwriter. He started performing in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1969, played with numerous bands, and played all the great venues: The Fillmore Auditorium, Matrix, Avalon Ballroom and The Last Day Saloon. Bob loves Classic Rock, Motown, selected Jazz, Fusion and New Age music. Also known for his witty and offbeat sense of humor, Bob brings some good fun to the Moxie experience.

Mark Schuster began his music career in Chicago, and brought the Chicago experience with him to the Bay Area in the early 1970's. Mark's heart  belongs to Jazz and Soul, and he brings both to this collaboration called Moxie.