Phil was born and raised in Buffalo, NY and has resided in Denver for the past 15 years. He has been singing since the age of 8 in various groups and choirs in addition to being a solo artist. He has recently performed with the Atomic Brass Project and as Dr. Pheel Good (solo project). Phil has been a feature on channel 2 the deuce and Gimmie the Mic in Denver and been seen on American Idol
Isabel Zuniga, Vocals
Isabel Zuniga: Belle has been singing in local cover bands for over 15 years. First with a garage group, then branching out to “Never Surrender”. She spent 3 years with Never Surrender where she was the lead singer as well as back up vocalist. She went on to sing with Nubia, Sacred Ground, Eleven58, Vivid Black and Souls Squared. She has performed many genres of music including, Rock and Roll, R&B, & Acoustic.
One of her lifetime highlights was when she sang the National Anthem at a Colorado Rockies game on June 10, 2007. She has also written and recorded an original song with Kenny Passarelli who also played bass and sang back ups on the track.
Come to a show and watch her perform and enjoy the powerful voice that comes out of this little gal. You won't regret it.
Having recently been on national television, you might recognize Katie from NBC’s The Sing-Off, where her lead vocals propelled her group, Urban Method to the finals and earned her accolades by Shawn Stockman as the season’s “break-through performer.” While on the show she got the chance to work with acclaimed artists such as Sara Bareilles and Flo Rida and shortly after, sang back up for Josh Groban at Red Rocks in CO.Katie just graduated from the University of Denver with a Bachelor of Music in vocal performance and is so excited to be a part of Wash Park!
My love for guitar came with the first strum on a pawn shop guitar. After 35 years of playing parks, street corners, sideshows, and icehouses, I've found my calling, being the sole guitarist in a 3 ring circus. Simmered and seasoned to perfection, with the feel and texture of "chicken gravy", I proudly cook up rhythm and lead for Wash Park!
"Ya'll come and get ya some!"
Mike started playing the piano at age 4, studying classical music through high school. He also played tri-toms and saxophone in the marching and concert band, played piano in jazz band, sang in several choirs, and was the rehearsal and show pianist for the school musicals. He spent his first year at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as an accompanist with the Scarlet & Cream Singers. Reynolds spent 13 years away from music soon thereafter to build his professional career (i.e. “day job”). In 1998 his musical journey was revived by playing with Room105, Exit157 and Rhythm Fire - classic rock and funk bands in Phoenix. He is now an integral part of Wash Park. His sound and unique talents help define who we are as a band. Reynolds uses an Open Labs Neko for all his sounds on stage.
Scott began studying the piano at age 9 and picked up the guitar and trombone by age 12. Born in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, he recently moved to Denver to pursue a Masters degree from the jazz and commercial music program at the University of Denver. Scott’s playing experience includes classical and contemporary symphonic music, rock, and multiple styles of jazz and fusion. Scott recently founded Triaxial Studios, a private teaching studio offering lessons on trombone, keyboard, and bass/guitar in a range of styles. You can reach Scott firstname.lastname@example.org
Zack Brown is from the great city of Rochester, NY, and moved to Denver in 2012 to attend medical school. He has been playing drums his entire life, and was self-taught until high school. He has studied with Dave Mancini, Jeff Welch, Steve Curry, and at the Eastman School of Music with Chris Teal and Aaron Staebell. His musical endeavors have spanned the spectrum, from jazz to funk, hip hop, dubstep, metal, rock, and New Orleans rock. He loves the pocket and his goal is to bring the love of old Motown, R&B, and funk to audiences everywhere. "The pocket's where it's at, and we don't wanna go nowhere else
Hailing from the small town of Orono, Minnesota, Max Manoles began playing piano at the age of 7 and moved on to start playing saxophone at 10. In 2008 he came to Denver to study Jazz and Commercial Music Performance at the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music where he had the opportunity to study under the tutelage of Art Bouton. Since moving to Colorado Max has passionately performed with various different groups including Robby Schechter and the Motion Detectors, Sleeptalk, The Tickle Mafia, The Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, The Justin Peterson Septet, and Scratch.