Artist Info

Lead Vocals

Miles Schon

Miles was born and raised in music rich Marin County.  This is an area that can boast to having been the home of such greats as Santana, Sammy Hagar, Janis Joplin and Grace Slick.  Let us not forget Miles own father Neal Schon.  Longtime member and lead guitarist for the legendary rock band Journey.  Miles is quick to point out that he is determined to make it in the music business on his own abilities, not because of who he might be related to.

At a very young age Miles was introduced to the music of rock greats. He cites legends Jeff Beck {his personal favorite}, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Santana and Eric Clapton.

He began to play when he was 13 years old and was sidelined by a knee injury while playing football for Novato High School.  He is self-taught and an accomplished singer-songwriter in his own right.  You can find his EP Titled Miles of Will featuring the single “Wild Ride”.  This EP was co-written with Will Champlin who placed third on season five if the TV show “The Voice”. 

Miles states that he sometimes has thoughts of maybe doing something else other than music. “But you got to do what takes you happy, and music makes me happy."


Leah Tysse is a San Francisco Bay Area based singer who has been singing since she was nine years old. Her accomplishments range across the board from Jazz, Blues, Gospel, Soul and Rock and Roll. She has performed all over the globe compiling a list of credits that include the Monterey Blues Festival, Beal Street and Memphis. She is also a featured vocalist with the Glide Memorial Church located in San Francisco, California. She has performed during half time for both the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders and can be seen singing in the movie “The Pursuit of Happiness” starring Will Smith. She has received song writing accolades from Billboard Magazine for Best R & B/ Blues song of 2008.

Leah joined the Miles Schon Band in 2013. She brings not only her vast array of experience, but a unique mix of R & B, soul, jazz and funk.