Jake Sizemore is a guitarist, vocalist, and keyboardist. Diagnosed with autism at age 2, he began teaching himself keyboards at the age of 3, and guitar at 8. Over the last four years, he has played at numerous charity and community events, including festivals, wineries, fundraisers, and on the National Mall for the Autism Speaks Walk. In 2015, he auditioned on Broadway for “School of Rock The Musical” in front of Andrew Lloyd Webber. Jake was Fairfax County Public School’s first ever National winner of the Council for Exceptional Children’s “Yes I Can Award” and a semi-finalist in the 2017 Vienna Idol competition.
Kevin Bull, Jr. has had a love of music all of his life. He began playing the upright bass at age 11 and added electric bass and keys a few years later. Kevin’s early music influences include James Jamerson (Motown bassist) Stevie Wonder (bassist, Nate Watts), Coldplay (bassist, Guy Berryman) and Red Hot Chili Peppers (bassist, Flea) where he developed an ear and passion for the low end rumble. Kevin’s music repertoire ranges from classical to funk to rock. He has graced the stage with more than 50 live performances under his belt at coffee houses, local music venues and even had the honor to perform at Carnegie Hall. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys songwriting, composing music and playing his bass. He is also an All Virginia Orchestra upright bass player.
Shane Woldow is a sophmore at Madison High School in Vienna. He started playing drum set at the age of 10, developing an ear for tempo and rhythm quickly. Since then, he has fallen in love with percussion and has performed in multiple groups with different genres. He regularly drums, sings and raps at School of Rock Vienna, as well as groups such as the National Jazz Workshop, and the award winning JMHS Drumline, a part of the 2018 State Champion JMHS Marching Band. His musical influences include Neil Peart (Rush), Chester Bennington (Linkin Park), John Bonham (Led Zeppelin) and Rudy Gajadhar (Gatsby’s American Dream).