Born into a musically encouraging family, Zach Callery was influenced to the sounds of rock and roll and blues from a young age. After rediscovering the guitar around the age of 12, Zach found himself drawn to music as he aspired to be a musician. While pursuing studies at St. Lawrence College for Music & Digital Media Zach found fellow students with similar interest in blues and rock and roll music leading to the formation of the band, The Ramblers in which he would provide lead vocals and harmonica for. The Ramblers was a very energetic group but was short lived as members moved back home at the end of their music program. Although the Ramblers only lasted for a short period of time, the band managed to get first place at St. Lawrence College’s Battle of the Bands in 2014. Following the completion of his two years at St. Lawrence College, Zach released his debut solo EP(Bag of Blues) on bandcamp.com in April of 2015. During the summer of 2015 Zach continued performing live at venues around the Kingston area as well as in the Limestone City Blues Festival. The summer of 2016 saw the release of Zach’s debut LP album titled “A Spoonful of Thoughts”. The album was a venture from the more blues derived sound featured on his first EP album into a more contrasted album featuring a variety of instruments and genres. With the release of his second EP album titled “Pour Out Your Blues”, Zach intends on still performing live solo shows as well as with his group(the Callery, Clarke, Smith Trio aka Three Spliff Special) and to also continue his side project with old friends from his Ramblers band: Jason Clarke and Cameron Brown. The three fellow Ramblers members have initiated a project on the side called “Banana Jam” in which they released their self-titled debut EP on bandcamp.com in February of 2017.
NAME | Zach Callery
EMAIL | email@example.com
WEBSITE | https://zachcallery.bandcamp.com/
Bandcamp | https://zachcallery.bandcamp.com/
Joe's M.I.L.L. is a Kingston musical instrument lending library(M.I.L.L.) with over 750 instruments to sign out. The library was created in memoriam to an outstanding local bass player named Joe Chithalen.
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