It’s not just a band. It’s a way of thinking.
Go on...say it. YES! Doesn’t that feel nice? We thought so. Ever since Kinnie Dye, Jonathan Walsh, and TJ Moss drove their purple van from NYC to San Diego in search of sunshine and harmony, a lot of people have been saying YES to The Yes Team. Their mission is simple: to spread unity through harmony!
Since their inception in January of 2011 they have won an Emmy Award, multiple songwriting contests, and have played venues such as: The Cosmopolitan (Las Vegas) House of Blues, Anthology (April 2012) Humphrey's Live, Winston's, The Griffin, Lestat's, 710 Beach Club (San Diego) Molly Malone’s, The Mint (LA) Mercury Lounge (NY), Lucky Lounge (Austin), Sweet Pea Music Festival (Bozeman, MT) & Stageit.com
They released their debut EP "Back to the Sea", produced by Dave Stipe of Little Rhodie Productions in August, 2011. After selling out of the 1,000 copies they had pressed in only 6 months, they're headed back to the studio to follow up with their sophomore EP "Life. Is. Good." This time they're working with Jeremy Miller of Millertime Music in sunny San Diego. Keep your ears peeled for what’s in store from this harmonious trio of Affirminators.
Do it...say YES!
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Spreading Unity Through Harmony!
1 part Jason Mraz
3 parts Peter, Paul, & Mary
The Yes Team is on a mission: to spread unity through harmony! Ever since Kinnie Dye, Jonathan Walsh, & TJ Moss drove their purple van from NYC to San Diego, a LOT of people have been saying YES to The Yes Team. This fresh trio of singer/songwriting “Affirminators” teamed up with Dave Stipe of Little Rhodie Prod. to release their debut EP “Back to the Sea”. They’ve played Vegas, Nashville, SD, LA, NYC, Austin, and much more. Their vocals are as smooth as a baby’s bottom and their hooks are so catchy, you could take them deep sea fishing. They even have an Emmy Award to show for it. The Yes Team has arrived! Go ahead. Do it. Say YES!
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