Chroma Chroma is a Jacksonville based trio of musicians who hold their roots in melodic song writing and progressive, psychedelic rock while gracefully stepping into the realms of bluegrass, barbershop, and classical music. Drummer Alex Hayward, bassist Adam Mantovani, and guitarist Paul Miller create an energetic live show that is capturing the attention of audiences around the southeast festival and club scene. Chroma is set to release their first album as a trio, 'Turn the Lights On', and has been honored to be selected as one of the bands to play for each Jacksonville Jaguars home game.

In 2007, Chroma was chosen as the winner of WXPN's 'Best of Philly Rising' contest. Chroma has backed up artists such as DJ Logic, George Clinton and John Popper of Blues Traveler at the George Clinton Superbowl party, and shared the stage with acts such as Donovan Frankenreiter, Perpetual Groove, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, and Robert Walters. Chroma has also been seen at Festivals with acts such as Keller Willams, Mofro, Col. Bruce Hampton, The Codetalkers, Tishamingo, Stop Drop & Roll, and New Monsoon.