Chris Wyse is an American bassist and vocalist, known for his performances with The Cult, Ozzy Osbourne, Mick Jagger, Ace Frehley, and Jerry Cantrell, among others. Wyse has played with The Cult since 2006, appears on Ozzy's "Undercover" album, Mick Jagger's "Goddess In The Doorway", Ace Frehley's "Space Invader" CD and just completed the tour with Ace of Austrailia and New Zealand.
Chris is the vocalist and bassist for Owl, a band he founded in 2007. Owl is a hard rock power trio with two critically acclaimed albums out. They will release their third album, "Things You Can't See" this Summer 2015 and celebrate its debut at BB King Lucille's in NYC on July 17th 2015.
Vinyette is a New York City rock band that was established originally in 2008. Nathan Frye is the lead vocalist with Danny Monico on guitar, Marc Ligenza on bass guitar and Jonathan Crowley on drums and synth.
Friends and comrades both on and off stage, the kinship between Vinyette is illuminated in their high-energy new album, live performances as well as their videography. Their first LP, "Every Little Mouse Run" is an eclectic mix of Rock, Funk and Punk vibes with crafty rhythmic changes, as Vinyette creates an orchestrated maelstrom, a pandemonium that is both daring and infectious. Their live performance integrates schematic back-projection, visuals feeding off each song, which are produced and edited by Vinyette. Vinyette has released 3 music videos from their new album including "Meatball Love Tone", "Twenty Dollar Doctor" and "Tattoo Crazy"; as well as tongue in cheek promotional videos including a special guest appearance by Vinyette mega fan Candy Crowley of CNN.
Vinyette recorded "Every Little Mouse Run," in true rock tradition, in analogue at One East Recording (credits include: The Beastie Boys, David Lee Roth, Sheryl Crow) in New York City. Yohei Goto (credits include: Keith Richards, Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Jason Bonham) is the recording engineer. The album was produced by John Reed, Founder of Ronin Guitars. The CD also features a guest appearance on organ and keys from the legendary Jimi Zhivago (credits include: Norah Jones, Rufus Wainwright) and was mastered by Scott Hull (credits include: Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Beastie Boys, Rage Against The Machine) at Masterdisk.
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