Meet the Band
Chase McCants – Lead Vocals and Synths
Chase is a dynamic figure who can be found around Columbus winning Trivia Tuesdays and performing radio dramas when he’s not busy recording hit records with his totally awesome band. Chase comes from a musical theatre background which shows in his commanding stage performances. He has an unnatural fondness for things that will break your heart and thinks Old Yeller was too light-hearted. He’s got a voice that will make you whisper, “damn,” to yourself when you’re walking with headphones in.
Kristin Green – Vocals and Keys
Kristin is the band mom who will use your middle name when you’re in trouble and bring lemon-ginger tea to the studio when you’re sick. She’s proud of you. She plays piano like a child-prodigy and sings with the voice of a human; angels can kill people with their voices, watch Dogma. Her dog, Professor Fynn, is currently more internet famous than she is but that’s okay because she’s the one promoting him online. She is not too old to have purple hair because there is no age limit on awesomeness.
Tommy Davis – Guitars (All of them)
Tommy Lee Davis loves the band Rush even though they’re Canadian. He is not named after Geddy Lee (we don’t think) but it’d be a lot cooler if he was. He shreds the fret board on leads and chugs away at some killer foundational rhythms. He’s like our very own Alex Lifeson but better because he’s in our band and Alex Lifeson doesn’t know who we are. He has matching pets; a dog (Juno) and a cat (Bootsy) who are both black with almost identical white markings and who might be cousins.
Nick Wray – Drums and Miscellaneous
Nick joined the original line-up in January 2015 for a few live shows. Those few shows turned into a year of bi-weekly practices where we found out he brought more to the table than just a solid beat and his own drum kit. He designs all of our media (including this website) and doubles as our audio engineer when we need backing tracks on the fly. He’s our class clown and is not to be taken seriously unless he’s using his serious voice and even then it’s a toss-up.