Zach Rowell Band
Zach Rowell, lead guitarist, keyboards, vocals
Sean Murphy, bassist
Chance Martineau, guitarist
Tyler Dahl, drummer
Contact: Patti Rowell, 253-906-3825
band is a dynamic group of young musicians who have extensive experience
performing live on public and private stages. The Zach Rowell Band can
bring a crowd to their feet; don't let their ages make you doubt that
for a moment. Zach, Sean, and Chance have performed more than 25 shows
at the Washington State Fair, including a performance on the Showplace
Stage in 2010 as a band under a different name. Their original rock
music sounds like Foo Fighters and Nickelback. They have performed live
shows at many local establishments including, Louie G's Pizzeria,
Stonegate Pizza, and The Swiss Pub among other public and private
Zach Rowell is a professionally trained singer/songwriter/musician. He
has studied piano and guitar from the age of 7 and his vocal training is
with renown Susan Carr. He recently recorded his first EP at Robert Lang
Studios containing 6 of his original works. He is a junior at Stadium
High School and is a third year member of "Ars Nova," Stadium's show
choir. Ars Nova won the three top National Awards last year in the
Worldstrides Heritage Festival. He is also a student at Seattle Talent
for acting and modeling.
Sean Murphy studies bass at The Federal Way School of Music and he takes
vocal lessons with Dr. Barry Johnson at PLU. He is a Junior at Stadium
High School and is a second year member of Ars Nova.
Chance Martineau is a talented self taught guitarist. He has been
playing guitar since the age of 10. He is a junior at Todd Beamer High
Tyler Dahl is a self taught drummer since the age of 4. He is a junior
at Washington High School and is a member of its marching band, jazz
band, and drum line.
Taylor Randolph is the curly-haired girl from the small town of
Eatonville, WA. Now 14, she has been singing since before she won her
first singing contest at the age of 8, when she won the title of South
Hill Mall Idol, at Puyallup’s South Hill Mall. Emily has been
entertaining at venues around the Northwest ever since.
Emily started performing on stage at age 4 entering dance competitions
which quickly turned into song and dance by age 7. By age 9, she started
performing at fairs and festivals and has been coming back almost every
year to places like The Puyallup Fair, Victorian Country Christmas, and
venues at the Seattle Center.
Emily also enjoys musical theater. Two of her favorite roles so far have
been as ‘The Artful Dodger’ in Astra’s production of “Oliver” and as the
beloved orphan ‘Annie’ in Stage Door’s production of “Annie” the
musical. Recently she finished the role of “Ariel” in Footloose which
was a blast for her!
Last year, Emily had the amazing opportunity to be chosen as a top 10
semi-finalist in King 5 TV’s “You’ve Got Talent” and was interviewed and
sang on New Day Northwest and Evening Magazine. Top Radio Personality
Fitz from 100.7 “The Wolf” also played one of Emily’s songs on his
morning radio show.
Emily is currently working on writing more of her own songs, performing
with her new band Innocent Bystander, as well as performing acoustically
with just her voice and guitar at venues such as Louie G’s Pizzeria, the
Swiss Pub, and other public and private venues.
Her new CD, “Here We Go Again” which she recorded in Nashville, was
released on March 31st, 2012. It can be found on I tunes, Cdbaby.com and
other online stores, and by contacting us directly.
The songs off this EP caught the attention of some major record labels
in Nashville, and Emily had a chance to meet with some of them in April.
She just went back to Nashville in August to record some new demo tunes
for the labels to listen to. Watch for great things in the future from
this up and coming teen sensation! Stay updated on shows and upcoming