Zach Mace knew from the beggining where he belonged,on stage. Whether it was varying choral performances or onstage acting the lead role in everything from West Side Story or Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Zach took his community and school by storm. After graduating in 2000, Zach began writing and performing his own songs, creating a niche that was longing to be filled. Zach's ultimate goal is to tell the story of peace, love, soul, and freedom better than it's ever been told before.
Jeff Prah was found nestled between the golden rows of corn in Shawano, Wisconsin. Much to the dismay of his highschool football team, Jeff's passion and interest was immediatedly towards performing arts. Between his intense spoken word and incredible harmonies lies the love of music that brought HOME together...brought together by what musicians have felt since music began One LovePrecious Hill has always been a performer indulging in show choir, theatre arts, performance art and literature. Most of her highschool years were spent traveling the country with her Super Duper International Thespian Troupe to compete and showcase her original pantomime skits and various plays. In later years of highschool she devoted time to performing in an ecelctic Improv Comedy band at the local university, Texas A&M University. It wasn't until college that she fully dove into her passion for the art of music. While studying for a Music Performance degree she spent her time in vocal and percussion lessons, percussion ensemble, and jamming with the local musicians around town. Since then her musical endevours have brought her to many magical places and festi's around the US...and in the presence of many other lovers and players of music in varying bands and projects. With a broad influence of jazz, folk, classic rock, indie, punk, electronica, and blues there is no style Precious isn't interested in playing or learning. She continues to work towards mastering and being a versitile vocalist, perccusionist, and songwriter. To Precious love, friendship, creating, and sharing go hand in hand.
Morgan Coley started out his musical career as a trumpet player in a middleschool band. It was there he was told he was not allowed to be a drummer because of the sheer number of students who already were. At highschool tryouts he chose drums and was laughed out of the room for not knowing what he was doing. During his freshmen highschool band camp he lied to the directors and told them he was a drummer and was allowed to play bass drum. They soon found out what he had done, and never from that point on let him come anywhere near a drumkit. Since this time Morgan swore that he would become a drummer and fulfill his life long dream no matter what. He has been playing drums now for five and a half years with many bands around the United States with an array of styles, but none so fitting as HOME.
Mark Swaim began playing piano at a young age, inspired by the Colorado mountains out his window, and his grandmother's music before him. While experimenting with many musical insturments over the years, Mark was bitten by the bluegrass bug in 1998 and fell in love with the mandolin. After growing up musically in the Boulder acoustic scene, he was exposed to many types of music including bluegrass, jazz, Brazilian choro, and funk. Mark now strives to bring all these influences to a new musical venture... and has finally come HOME.