Maddi- Lead Vocals
Maddi is the "face/voice" of Minor Rewind. She has been a part of the band since 2011. In the summer of 2014 Maddi performed with Portugal The Man at Lollapalooza via the School of Rock AllStars. She also sings for the Kansas City School of Rock House Band and and several other local bands through out the greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas area. She also plays electric and acoustic guitar, drums and back-up vocals.
The venues Maddi has performed at are: The All Star Rock Bar, The Granada, The Roxy, Aftershock Bar and Grill, Club 906, Zona Rosa, Sporting KC, T-Bones, Armor Road Screenland, Kauffman Stadium, Gladfest, Parktoberfest, Parkville YMCA, Martin Luther Academy, Morning Show Fox 4 news, and on the VIP stage at Starlight for Heart, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin, Kansas, Journey, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Recently Minor Rewind was asked to open for John Schlitt formerly of Head East and Petra and John Elefante formerly lead singer of the group Kansas.
Dax has been interested in music since the age of 7, but things really took off when he played his first live performance at age 14. Since then, he's mastered many instruments including drums, keys, guitar, and alto saxophone. You can also catch him playing bass, and harmonica.
Dax has played a wide variety of shows/venues including, Starlight Theater, Power & Light KC Live Stage, The Granada, Municipal Auditorium, Kauffman Stadium, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame(Twice), and at the grand opening of the Kauffman Center of Performing Arts. He's also shared the stage with Rogers Waters of Pink Floyd at the Sprint Center and jammed with Constantine Maroulis and Patrick Lewallen of the Rock of Ages Broadway musical.
Dax was chosen out of 10,000 kids across the country to be a part of the School of Rock All Stars 2 years in a row. Only approximately 150 students are chosen each year. He toured the Midwest with the All Stars and played in many cities with crowds up to 25,000. Some of the shows he rocked were Warped Tour and Summerfest. Before Minor Rewind, you may have seen Dax play with bands, "Forever Greye" and "Wumbo".
Robert, age 15, is Minor Rewind’s youngest member. He began playing music when he was 10, including bass guitar, guitar, and saxophone. Robert has played with Minor Rewind, Scarlet View, and the KC School of Rock House Band on the bill with artists including Steely Dan, Kansas, Journey, Tower of Power, the Steve Miller Band, John Schlitt (Head East / Petra), Tracii Guns (Guns and Roses / LA Guns), Eric Brittingham (Cinderella), John Elefante (Kansas), and Rikki Rocket (Poison). Robert’s played at venues across Missouri and Kansas including Starlight Theater, Kauffman Stadium, the Uptown Theater, Zona Rosa, the Roxy, No 9 Saloon, All Star Rock Bar, Aftershock, Club 609, Jackpot Saloon, Aces, Overland Park Arboretum, English Landing Park, Gladfest, and Parktoberfest. Robert loves playing the high-energy rock that Minor Rewind brings to life.
Andy joined Minor Rewind the summer of 2014. He was born and raised on Classic Rock and 80's and had a passion for the drums at the age of 10. Eventually he decided to follow his Dad's footsteps and play the first guitar he received his when he was 12. He then joined The School of Rock playing shows (Foo Fighters and Pink Floyd). Andy has had the pleasure of jamming with Eddy Jones and Darren Walker (current members of Head East) and opening for John Schlitt (former lead singer of Head East and Petra) and John Elefante (former lead singer of Kansas)
Around the age of 9, Jacob received his first acoustic guitar as a Christmas present. But things really took off at age 12 when he got his first electric guitar. Since then he has also picked up other instruments including trombone, while occasionally dabbling in drums and piano. Jacob's been playing with the School of Rock since 2010, and has auditioned and been a part of the KC School of Rock House Band for going on 3 years.
Jacob has played with Constantine Maroulis and Patrick Lewallen of Rock of Ages, Steely Dan, Journey, Foreigner, Night Ranger, Styx, REO Speedwagon, and Ted Nugent.