Corsair is Paul, Marie, Jordan and Aaron. Paul and Marie met in 2007 while playing together in Charlottesville Va's Black Sabbath annual Halloween tribute band, Mass Sabbath. In early 2008 Marie wanted to get some rock on, so she called Paul and asked if he'd like to rock.
Paul said yes.
That is how it began.
Paul Sebring. A warrior of undaunting fury. Six strings of steel fell giants and titans. His name will echo in the great hall for centuries.
Marie Landragin grew up in a small Aussie town, learned piano and sang in the choir at St. Aloysuis. Brought up on Chopin, rebelling with Black Sabbath and later settling with obscure prog bands (with no cheese please), her musical tastes have spread across the galaxy. Marie picked up classical guitar in high school and progressed swiftly into the rock world. Currently, she delights in the vigors of unusual riffage, capitalist conspiracy theories, dreaming about off-grid living and always looks forward to throwing around some guitar weight with
Borrowed Beams of Light.
Check out Marie's interview about women in rock and roll and her gearhead chat with John Brenner.
Jordan Brunk grew up in Williamsburg, Virginia and finds true happiness in music. Whether it's playing music live, composing, recording, mixing or just talking about it, he cannot imagine a life without it. Jordan started his musical career after graduating from college playing with school friends in The Nice Jenkins. Since then he has become a learned multi-instrumentalist also spending time playing with ex-Nice Jenkins drummer, now-come singer/guitar frontman, Adam Brock in Borrowed Beams of Light.
Aaron Lipscombe is a Canadian native, but grew up in Virginia. Starting with private drumming lessons, then marching band, Aaron was hooked on drums at an early age. By high school, jamming and recording had become his passion. Aaron has gigged and recorded in many projects and bands, from funk, to country and rock.