Reverbnation Spotlight: Zephaniah and The Rainbow Tribe
Based in the beautiful landscape of Santa Barbara, California Zephaniah and The Rainbow Tribe lives to bring life to the world with live music and aerial dance while inspiring peace, love, healing and unity. They are currently recording their sophomore album and planning a tour.
About Zephaniah and The Rainbow Tribe:
Zephaniah McIntyre started playing jazz at the age of nine-years-old. His first instrument was the alto saxophone. Studying great musicians like Charlie Parker and John Coltrane, he gained a strong ear for intoxicating melodies. At the age of 17, Zephaniah was lost in the darkness. Unsure of his purpose in life, he decided to pick up the guitar and learn how to use his voice as an instrument. His inspiration was drawn from his father Kenny and his older sisters Kaila and Tasia, who are all professional singers. Zephaniah moved to Santa Barbara to study music at Santa Barbara City College. While studying the ancient art of music, Zephaniah met his wife Autumn Phillips, a Cirque Aerialist (Cirque De Soleil, Lucent Dossier…). Through their love and deep craving to help heal those around them, the duo organically started incorporating movement, dance, and storytelling into the live music concerts.
“Heart and Soul”
“Partners and Lovers”