Jazz Culture Club was formed in 2006.At the time, the group’s four Québec City-born members were all music students at Laval University.Guitarist François Rioux and saxophonist Alexandre Dion had played as a duo for a couple of years when they were joined by bassist David Gagné and drummer Pierre-Emmanuel Beaudoin.

Rémi Bolduc - alto saxophone
Frank Lozano - tenor & soprano saxophones
Alexandre Côté - baritone saxophone
Aron Doyle - trumpet, flugelhorn
Richard Gagnon - trombone
John Roney - piano
Isaiah Ceccarelli - drums
Alain Bédard - double bass

Jean-Nicolas Trottier has been a very active figure on the Montréal jazz scene since 2000.In addition to regular freelance work, he has participated in various classical and jazz music projects with the Jean-Nicolas Trottier Quartet, Jean-Nicolas Trottier Trio, Opus Lib brass quintet, Public Transport Project, Montréal Dixie, Montréal Jazz Big Band, Joe Sullivan Big Band, ID jazz quintet, Bernard Primeau Jazz Ensemble, Trombones Actions, Vic Vogel's Jazz Big Band, Altsys Jazz Orchestra, Lorraine Desmarais Big Band and Alain Caron Big Band. He was also a member of McGill Jazz Orchestra I from 2001 to 2003.

Saxophonist, composer and arranger, Jean-Pierre is very much in demand on Quebec’s music scene. After finishing  his Master degree in Jazz at the Eastman School  of Music in Rochester N.Y., Zanella has played the Montreux Jazz Festival and the Saxophone International Congress in Nuremberg in 1982. That same year he recorded with the Eastman Jazz Ensemble and Saxology which won the « Downbeat Recording Award » for the best jazz group of the year.