Dylan's musical journey has led him to many places, both figuratively and musically. Originally playing in his band, In Symmetry, he became a fixture on the vibrant Phoenix art/music scene. In 2010 Dylan relocated to Seattle and performed as a solo artist and in the band Moya. Now based out of Tempe, AZ, Dylan has been performing as a solo artist and touring throughout the Pacific Northwest and the Southwest, as well as opening shows for numerous national acts including Neko Case, JD McPherson, Rhett Miller, Ben Sollee, Matt Pond PA, Horse Feathers, and many others.


Kyle & his band are currently performing out 4 nights a week in Phoenix and are creating quite a buzz in the Scottsdale, Tempe/ASU area. Kyle has been invited to perform in LA for a few producer's who have worked with Colbie Caillat, Kevin Hammond, Ryan Collins, and Tyrone Wells. Kyle's talent, young age, and band dynamics are sure to land them a major record label in the very near future. As of right now, the band is concentrating on writing, perfecting their live performance, & social networking.


Chartrand, a Massachusetts native, has called Phoenix his home for over eleven years. Since his arrival in 2003, Brian has spearheaded many musical endeavors including the critically-acclaimed, international touring band The Sweet Remains, his production show “Live from Laurel Canyon: Songs and Stories of American Folk Rock” which has sold out its last 5 performances at the Musical Instrument Museum Theater, and The Voce Project, his all-star Arizona band. The Voce Project focuses on Brian’s solo material which lies somewhere between James Taylor and John Mayer; a smooth acoustic guitar style matched by an equally smooth vocal style blending elements of folk, alt country, and jazz. The band features Brian (acoustic guitar/vocals), Adam Armijo (electric guitar), Lamar Gaines (keys), Mario Mendivil (bass), Mike Florio (drums), and Todd Chuba (percussion)


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