The Sky Choice Band is an originals driven group from the foothills of Colorado. Their music weaves in and out of rock, pop, and folk. With a dynamic range of subject matter and tone, the energetic group are dedicated to giving each song the space it needs to succeed.
Instruments: Guitar- rhythm & lead, Vocals- lead & harmonies, Bass, Ukulele
Sky Choice is a contemporary singer/songwriter with roots in Folk, Pop, Rock, and Blues. The multi-instrumentalist has performed on several tours, including a year-long expedition across the United States and Canada. With its humor, imagery, and lyrical complexity, Choice’s songwriting challenges modern music’s failings in depth and authenticity. Acoustic By Choice as a solo musician and the front man of The Sky Choice Band, Choice enjoys the variety of arrangements each song can yield. An EP and two albums down, Sky Choice looks forward to many more recordings, shows, and tours as his musical career unfolds.
Instruments: Percussion- acoustic kit and synth pads, Vocals- harmonies
Zach Hueser is the drummer, percussionist, and one of the backing vocalists of the Sky Choice Band. Between dancing around to the beats of his Olympus keyboard at the age of six to playing drums onstage in his twenties, Zach has always had musical flavor in his life. This fervent passion for music has lead Zach deep into the Denver music scene, where he has worked day in and day out to support, participate, and engage in the community. He currently works as a graphic designer for other musicians, artists, and tastemakers in the Denver scene, but also wants to join the music community along with the Sky Choice Band in a way that he hasn't yet - as a musician. He is determined and ready for the adventures he and the Sky Choice Band are bound to encounter, and is hopeful that he can help Sky and Chris take their musical passions to new heights.
Instruments: Guitar- rhythm & lead, Bass, Vocals- lead & harmonies, Keyboards, Percussion.
As a child of the 60s, I've always strived to listen to music! In my teens my playground was southern rock, jam bands, and what ever was playing on the radio. In my mid 20s I found that listening to music wasn't enough, and i was convinced that it was never too late to learn - so I picked up a guitar and taught myself to play. My desire grew to seek out casual jams, bands, and other musicians to play with and learn from. Somewhere along the way I became a true fan of the music scene! I always put my heart and soul into my multi-instrumental abilities. I always add a tasty caveat to every tune I play on. My jamming motto is "creating music is greater than playing music".