BIO

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Wylie Jones is a multi-instrumentalist, Live Loop Artist. Rooted in the Front Range foothills and touring throughout Colorado. With his soulful voice, sublime guitar work, magical flute tone and choice selections Wylie is enjoyed by everyone that likes music.

By incorporating 8 piece instrumentation into the audio-scape, Wylie’s one of a kind Live Loop Show delivers a full band sound (at any desired volume) . Electronic drums, 5 string Bass, Organ, Piano, Guitar, Vocals, Native American Flute & Melodica, all performed and looped live.

Wylie has supported almost every touring Jamaican artist, including direct support for the 2019 Stephen Marley Acoustic Tour at Washington’s and the sold-out Ziggy Marley show at the legendary Mishawaka Amphitheater. It was with great honor that Wylie’s original score, “Border-to-Border,” a heartfelt anthem about his 2006 Pacific Crest Trail thru-hike, was featured in the full-length film, Walking West With Freedom, by filmmaker and documentary producer Michael Thomas Daniel.

Wylie has supported almost every touring Jamaican artist, including direct support for the 2019 Stephen Marley Acoustic Tour at Washington’s and the sold-out Ziggy Marley show at the legendary Mishawaka Amphitheater. It was with great honor that Wylie’s original score, “Border-to-Border,” a heartfelt anthem about his 2006 Pacific Crest Trail thru-hike, was featured in the full-length film, Walking West With Freedom, by filmmaker and documentary producer Michael Thomas Daniel.

Wylie Jones is currently booking his Solo Live Loop Show (Wylie “Crazy Horse” Jones), Duo Live Loop Show (“Rough & Tough” feat. Jamal Skinner of Dubskin) and Trio Live Loop show “Rough & Tough Live Drums” (feat. Cory Eberhard of Frame Works, Dubskin and formerly of Pretty Lights). Wylie also offers a full band performance featuring some of Denver’s best musicians.

Outside of the lead mic, he can also be found playing keys for The Reminders, Dubskin, Mighty Joshua & The Zion # 5, Harry Mo & The Crew and Rastasaurus, on the microphone as a guest with Denver Reggae Social Club and on bass with Roots Massive. When not playing music, Wylie loves spending time on the hiking trail and outdoors with his family and friends.