Skyfoot is a powerful jam-rock quartet from Boston, MA. Now in their 7th year, Skyfoot has performed hundreds of shows all across the U.S. Live shows feature improvised peaks and valleys born from solid original songs that take the crowd on a roller coaster ride of delight. They’ve shared the stage with some of the highest regarded acts in New England and continue to tour and bolster the live jam music scene. If you enjoy the sounds of Phish, Tedeschi Trucks Band, and The Grateful Dead, you’ll be very happy you discovered Skyfoot.
Tyler Arnott, guitar, thoughtfully threads melodies and banjo hand-picked style chordal work with his tasty and towering solos.
Eric McEwen, keyboards, fuses a percussive approach to piano & organ playing with mellifluous lyrics.
James Taylor, bass, rocks the low end with a sneaky yet thunderous funk.
Aaron Morey, drums, combines a dynamic and deft approach with reverence to the best jam-band drummers in the scene.
Their latest studio album Blindly On Through was released in Aug. 2018. The record is currently featured on National Jam Band charts debuting at #9, and is being played on college and independent radio stations all over the country! In April 2019 it moved up to #5 on the jam charts!
They have two previous albums, Room For Space (2014), and Eternal Bend (2012).
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