Moriah first graced the stage at the tender age of six. She has acted in over thirty theatre productions and loves to sing at fairs, festivals, and events around Florida. She loves Country music and dreams of one day performing in Nashville.
What happens when you combine traditional acoustic folk instruments and then add guitar influences from the likes of John Butler, Brian May, or Greg Lake? But wait there’s more, now add bass lines inspired by Alex Lifeson and yes even video games; back beats reminiscent of Steely Dan, Traffic, Motown or even YES – all of which create the pallet for the really interesting part… the lyrics! What you get is a very eclectic, rhythmic, groovy, refreshing approach to modern music… they call themselves GREYE and they call their music Progressive Americana!
The group is comprised of four permanent members: Hannah Summer (vocals and guitar), Jett Wolfe (guitar and vocals), Josh Reid (bass and vocals), and Ray Grimard (drums and percussion) and when touring permits Ken-e Williams (keyboards and vocals).