Molly Rose is the band leader, composer, lead vocalist, and trombonist of Skattitude. She is from New Hampshire and has always had a driving passion for music. She is a recent Berklee graduate with a Bachelors in Contemporary Writing and Production as well as in Trombone Performance. Outside of Skattitude she plays with many local Boston and New York groups and is a freelance composer.
Raquel is a current student at the Berklee College of Music. He performs in other groups around the Boston area as well. is a 21 year old vocalist based in Boston, USA. The young talent is set apart by her bright, smooth tone and her innovative and emotional delivery of tunes ranging in style, from jazz to bolero, from soul to pop. While at Berklee College of Music in Boston, she has studied Jazz and Contemporary music performance as well as composition and arranging. Rivera leads her own group, Amethyst, which performs her original material around Boston. She also provides vocals for many Boston and New York Based projects.
Matt Hull plays trumpet in Skattitude and is a current student at the Berklee College of Music. He performs in other groups around the Boston area as well.
Jared grew up in Santa Barbara, CA, picking up classical piano and saxophone at a young age. Some of his influences growing up include: John Coltrane, Michael Brecker, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, & David Sanborn. Yee has been fortunate to share the stage with such notable musicians as: Bob Mintzer, Kenny Loggins, Ernie Isley, & Alan Evans. Other than Skattitude, Jared plays with numerous bands in the Boston & NYC areas, including: Amethyst, Evolfo Doofeht, Tiger Speak & The New Review.
JT Trull is from Hollis, NH. He now attends the Berklee College of Music as an Electronic Production and Design student and plays various types of saxaphone in many bands around the Boston area. In Skattitude he plays the tenor saxaphone.
Sam Morrison plays bari in Skattitude and also in our guitar players band The New Review as well as attending classes at the Berklee College of Music and performing with many other local groups.
Having performed at venues in the US and Europe, Evan Waaramaa is a skilled and seasoned pianist with a quirkiness and rhythmic inventiveness that makes his sound a one-of-a-kind experience. Throughout his decade long journey as a performer, he has brought his original music in venues such as The Blue Note, The Falcon, The Bitter End, Nectar's VT, Wally's Jazz Cafe, and many more, he maintains a unique compositional voice while blurring the lines between all genres. A budding composer of film music, Evan has already scored for short films, as well as student projects in the U.S.
Jesse Baskin plays guitar in Skattitude and runs his own band The New Review all while taking classes at the Berklee College of Music.
Victor Murillo grew up in Santa Barbara, CA and plays bass in Skattitude. He is a student at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA right now.
Matt Raphaelian hails from Santa Barbara, CA and is currently in his last semester at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He plays drums in many local Boston bands, Chroma and Amethyst to name a couple as well as in Skattitude.