Equaleyes
Equaleyes "Classifying this band seems difficult at best. They are a little bit of rock, sautéed in a little bit of country, garnished with funk with sprinkles of pop!" The Clarion-Denver, CO.

"From the first few notes, it becomes obvious that this band knows what they’re doing on stage. One song flowed smoothly into the next, stirring up great enthusiasm in the audience." Formed as a power trio in early 2006, Equaleyes began touring through Idaho, Utah & Colorado with a blend of rock, pop, funk & bluegrass. Armed with their sophomore album, While I’m Alive (7/22/08 release), and a new album due out spring of '10, Equaleyes believes in using the power of music to enhance the quality of life in communities across the globe.

Organizations we have worked with in achieving this goal:

*Veterans for Peace-www.veteransforpeace.org *Casting for a Cure-http://web.me.com/bbfarnum/Casting_4_A_Cure/Casting_4_A_Cure.html *U.S. Special olympics-Special Olympics committee-www.specialolympics.org *Idaho M.E.(Idahoans for music and the environment)-www.idaho-me.com *Benefest (Kaylie Hoffman-Providing Instruments for Children Around the World)

-The Band has also thrown multiple shows to raise money for cancer patients throughout Idaho.

The foursome is currently touring throughout the western United States in support of their current release, While I'm Alive. Offering a full electric and acoustic set, the group is ready to perform anywhere from clubs to coffee shops to brew pubs to festivals.

Artists We've Shared the stage with:

The Wailers
The Motet
The Mother Hips
The Jerry Garcia Band Feat. Melvin Seals
DJ Logic
Elephant Revival
YAMN
Hot Buttered Rum
The Mermen
Marcus Eaton
Tony Furtado
The Shook Twins
Frame Of Mind
Izabella
Ten Mile Tide
Joseph Israel and the Jarusalem Band
Roots of Creation
Blue Turtle Seduction
Mama's Cookin
The W MOB
The Outformation
Cubensis
Wisebird

"There's something really pure about these guys, and if you haven't seen/heard them before, they're definitely worth checking out." - Amy Atkins - The Boise Weekly