Jay Avarice - Guitars/Vocals
DC - Vocals/Guitars
Raydn1 - Guitars/Vocals/Keys
Chaz - Drums
Pauly - Bass
Formed in Phoenix, AZ by members hailing from all over the United States, Six Sided Halo was brought together to fuse the many influences and sounds each member had to offer. Truly a band fueled by their respective influences, Six Sided Halo delivers hard-driving rhythms, witty-thought provoking lyrics, and a dynamic stage show that leaves crowds wanting more.
Six Sided Halo started out as an idea created by lead guitarist and New Jersey native Jay Avarice. Feeling the need to express himself creatively without constraint, Avarice started writing material for a future project he dubbed “The Six Sided Halo Project”. Looking for musicians to help his vision come to fruition, Avarice stumbled upon vocalist Dustin “DC” Carrison and multi-instrumentalist Raydn1. As a singer/songwriter growing up in Las Vegas, DC was able to take his every influence and adapt it to his unique vocal delivery. As a rhythm guitarist and programmer, Phoenix native Raydn1 not only brings his experience, but his electronic background and influence as well to Six Sided Halo. Soon after meeting the three agreed that there was definitely something to build upon and moved forward in finding the rest of the pieces to the puzzle. Drummer and Los Angeles transplant Chaz soon joined Six Sided Halo upon the recommendation of Avarice. As the drummer who wrote with Avarice during the idea stage of Six Sided Halo, it was only natural that he be a part of the band he helped set the foundation for. Originally from Chicago, bassist Pauly proved to be the perfect finishing touch to Six Sided Halo. Pauly’s versatility as a bassist and songwriter solidifies an already all-star lineup of musicians looking to make big waves on both a local and national level.
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