Quarterflash is an American rock group formed in 1980 in Portland, Oregon. The band was originally made up of the only two current members,
Rindy Ross (lead vocals and saxophone), her husband Marv Ross (guitars), along with Jack Charles (guitars), Jon Propp
(keyboards/synthesizers), Rich Gooch (electric bass), and Brian David Willis (drums and percussion). Having a lead singer who also played the
saxophone made Quarterflash notable. In a 1982 interview, Rindy Ross said that she viewed the saxophone as an extension of her voice,
enabling her to express things she could not express with her voice alone. Quarterflash is best known for their hit single "Harden My Heart".