So this is what happens when you have a 4-piece band that consists of three drummers. When I first joined, I listened to a particular song and the drums appeared to enter a half-note off. I wrote this off as a mistake and we addressed it tonight. Come to find out, A 8th note tag was written into the song originally and Mike (the actual drummer) adjusted his beat to come in on the correct (written) downbeat. However, Matt and I both felt like the downbeat started earlier s
Things are moving fast. We are fighting on several fronts at the same time. Writing, preparing for the studio in late August, not to mention getting the website and social media platforms updated. Updates will come, including media and information as the band develops. Nonetheless, we are loving every minute of it.
This is exactly what I've missed these last few years pursuing a solo career. Up till now, I have been left to my own devices, making all decisions (good and bad) alone. It's such a pleasure to sit down with three other musicians and meld our ideas and goals together. We come from different backgrounds and don't always agree, but our goals and objectives are the same. The details are much easier to hash out when at least we all have that in common. We are currently in th
Greetings. Wanted to introduce myself as the lead vocalist of Kallus. I was brought up as a metal drummer for over 15 years, then began branching out into vocals and guitar. Began taking vocals seriously in my 20s. Recently, I began studying under a Colorado-based jazz singer named Nance Vixen. She focused on mechanics and technicality of voice and taught me to fall in love with the craft all over again. I am a 3-octave Alto with a natural melodic raspiness in my voice.