Guest Musicians

Ian “Koko” Kojima


Ian has travelled many roads in his long and storied career as a professional saxophonist, guitarist and keyboardist. His credits for touring and recording include The Ugly Ducklings, The Stampeders, Rick ‘Hock’ Walsh, Ken Tobias, The Animals, Rick James, Chris de Burgh, David Hasselhoff, and so many others.

Now residing in Kingston he is continuing his musical journey at a much more leisurely pace while playing with Ila Vann, The Kim Pollard Band and The Fade Kings.

Brian Coughlan


Brian Coughlan is a local Saxophone, Clarinet, and Flute player, arranger, and conductor. He studied music at Humber College in Toronto and in 1984 joined the Canadian Armed Forces and over a 34 year career played with 5 Reg Force bands before retiring as a Master Warrant Officer in the Band Branch.

In addition to the military service, he has played with NB Symphony, Maritime Jazz Orchestra, Symphony Nova Scotia, River City Big Band in Edmonton AB, Ottawa Jazz Orchestra, and the Winnipeg Jazz Orchestra in addition to numerous local jazz / blues/ pop music groups and shows at the Neptune Theatre in Halifax NS.

He has also performed with/backed up Catharine Mackinnon, Frankie Vallie, Rich Little, The Temptations, Eddie Fisher, and Terry Kelly. Presently he freelances with several local groups and conducts the Belleville Concert Band and Frank Howard Big Band.

Deb Feeley


Deborah Feeley is a native of Kingston and has been singing professionally for 40 years. Her powerful, rich, soulful voice has been influenced by the masters…Franklin, Wilson, James…and has been showcased in several bands including the incredible Filet of Soul.

As an opening act for Jann Arden, K.C. & the Sunshine Band, April Wine and Trooper her engaging presence has proven her staying power as a top flight entertainer.

Deb’s shows with the Fade Kings have been and will be a can’t-miss experience.