Andy Ramjattan: Bass Guitar
Andy has been playing guitar in various forms, from acoustic to bass and electric, in and around Toronto for most of his life. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Andy has a keen sense of rythmn and has often doubled as a percussionist for ATB's acoustic songs and gigs. Andy is a co-founder of Across The Board with Jacqueline and manages the equipment and staging of the band's performances and videos, heading the ATB crew of lifelong neighborhood friends who make up the band's supporting cast of characters.

The Band

Across The Board (ATB) is an award-winning Canadian alt pop rock band of multi-instrumentalist musicians with over 200 Youtube videos, debut album and a new EP, who seamlessly combine creative talents to push their pop-rock sounds to the edge of the rock 'n roll envelope. ATB is currently touring Canada coast to coast in celebration of our nation's 150th birthday. Follow us along at our daily VLOG here.‚Äč  With harmonious power vocals and catchy electric guitar riffs, ATB offers a critical chemistry of smooth musical transitions, lush harmonies and infectious lead electric guitar riffs, having developed the unique ability to bond immediately with their audiences--both on air and in live performances-- reflecting their commitment to providing the ultimate live music experience to fans. They are addicting to listen to and even more fun to watch perform.

(Left To Right) Jacqueline Auguste, Andy Ramjattan, Paul Nanuwa, Damien Atapattu.

Jacqueline Auguste: lead singer/Rhythm guitar
Born and raised in Camrose, Alberta, having moved to Toronto in 2002, Jacqueline comes from a concert/stage band background and is a multi-instrumentalist, playing a variety of woodwinds including oboe, flute and saxophone; drums/percussion, and various stringed things including guitar, ukelele, mandolin, cello, piano and ukelele. Jacqueline is the lead-singer and principle songwriter for ATB, as well as taking lead on the creative aspect of Youtube channel video recording, editing and production. .