Aline Vida and her Band
Aline Vida has a voice and style all her own. She infuses pop, blues, electronica, soul, and rock all into one. Her music has been featured on the tv show "Justified" She will be performing her original music along with covers. Her band features Karl Haug on guitar, Sean Fairchild on Bass, and Josh Kossak on drums. A lot of the original songs are written by Aline Vida and Karl Haug.
Karl Haug has been described as having a sense of where and how his instrument can fill a wide range of roles in a song. To accomplish this, he sometimes uses unorthodox techniques to produce interesting background textures, along with alternate tunings, echoes, wahs, and other effects.
Sean Fairchild is a bassist's bassist, Sean is very active in the Northwest and national music scenes, performing with various groups and recording on session dates as availability allows. An Emmy award winner, bandleader, and vocalist, in addition to his favored role as bass player, he has performed at high profile venues and festivals around the country and appeared on stages as for as Asia and Europe.
Josh Kossak was born and raised in Marysville, Washington, started playing drums at the ripe-old-age age of 3. Josh studied music at the Musicians Institute (MI). He studied privately with three-time, world champion snare drum player Rob Carson; jazz legend Chuck Flores of the Woody Hermon Band; and Austrian prodigy Bernard Galane, Chris Coleman ofPrince, Chaka Kahn, Stevie Wonder, and New Kids on the Block. After graduating from MI, Josh played with multiple bands and artists in Los Angeles.He toured with hard rock band Citizen Rising, played with Las Vegas reggae band Crossfire and jazz fusion guitarist Lee Wanner, with whom he was able to play the legendary jazz club The Baked Potato. In 2008 and 2009 Josh played with gospel worship group Dane Patao and Victorious, a band that included top-tier musicians Lance Tolbert of Mariah Carey, Devon Johnson of Chante Moore, and Anthony Crawford of Allen Holdsworth. At the end of 2008, Victorious played the Lahaina Civic Center in Hawaii. During this time Josh also became a go-to drummer for many L.A. churches and also was able to share the stage with Chante Moore.