A teen band dedicated to anti-bullying awareness and prevention, Coda Sky has performed to over 10,000 students at anti-bullying events in NYC and throughout New England, and also supports several other children’s charities. Coda Sky is a co-ed band with layers of raw talent, rare vocal depth and fresh energy that attracts audiences of all ages. Their shows create a beautiful ruckus and their originals blend in easily, commonly being recognized as cover songs.
Based out of Boston, Coda Sky is a five-member teen alternative/power-pop rock band comprised of four boys and one girl; Cameron, Johnny, Jesse, Alex, and Rachel. They range in age from 13 to 18. The band is female fronted, has two backup vocalists, and four award-winning musicians. The band was formed in November 2011 from an open audition process which attracted the best of the best teen performers from the greater New England area. The objective was to form a band which had male and female vocal depth, strong and well-balanced musicality, and be in a standalone class for its extreme raw talent. Since they started, they have performed in over sixty engagements and have been nominated for many music awards. The band has a set list which can easily fill three hour performances.
Under the guidance of their Manager, Patty Duffey, owner of The Young Performers Club and Music On & Up, and co-founder of the Real Deal Singer Workshop, they will be positioned to rise up the charts as a top co-ed teen pop/rock group. The music is upbeat teen alternative rock with a bit of country and pop. Also, working with the band as their Music Director is Marc Delcore, who is also Brittany Spears Music Director. As the management team says, “this is raw talent all together and a band that has passion, friendship and dynamic musicianship!” The band breathes a crisp new style and teen class to the national music scene. Their smooth three-part harmonies deliver unique vocal diversity, enabling them to add their own spin onto classic covers.
The band has performed at many venues and top events throughout New England, including Showcase Live at Patriot Place, the Boston Hard Rock Cafe, the Boston Convention Center, Webster Hall in NYC, Hampton Beach Seashell Stage, Turner Hill, and Tsongas Arena, Boston City Hall Plaza, The Bitter End, Faneuil Hall, Hampton Beach Seashell Stage, Tupelo Music Hall, and Webster Hall in NYC . Summer of 2012 and 2013 they participated in the national Camplified Tour performing for thousands of campers. They have also been nominated for numerous industry awards for their anti-bullying song, “I Don’t Deserve It”. Continuing with their support of anti-bullying, they recently added two more positive energy songs, “High Five” and “One Day.” They work with top industry writers and producers and will be adding a new album of eight originals in the spring and a new EP of four originals in the summer. They were awarded the Limelight Magazine “Breakthrough Artist of the Year” in 2013. Recently, The Bully nominated them as “Upstander of the Week” for their dedication to supporting anti-bullying programs and spreading their message with their music and videos.