Wyatt Stone was born in Los Angeles, he was then raised between LA and a cabin in a small town  called Mad River, California. Wyatt started music as a kid which led him to attend an arts high school he began studying opera but he ended up becoming a studio engineer and filmmaker.  Wyatt toured with Rickie Lee Jones when he was 17 still in college, he toured with her throughout  his years at UCLA studying ethnomusicology.  He made his first and only album in college,  which  was a collaboration of various singer-song writers, producers and musicians.  The album has influences of jazz, bluegrass and folk.  Wyatt made his first move to New York after shooting a film in Argentina after college.  He then moved back to LA and began working in documentary filmmaking full time.  Now back in New York City, Wyatt works as an associate producer by day for a documentary film company and music by night.  Having a full time job has allowed Wyatt  to have even more freedom with music, and really take the time in discovering what kind of art he wants to put out. 

Wyatt Stone was born in Los Angeles, he was then raised between LA and a cabin in a small town  called Mad River, California. Wyatt started music as a kid which led him to attend an arts high school he began studying opera but he ended up becoming a studio engineer and filmmaker.  Wyatt toured with Rickie Lee Jones when he was 17 still in college, he toured with her throughout  his years at UCLA studying ethnomusicology.  He made his first and only album in college,  which  was a collaboration of various singer-song writers, producers and musicians.  The album has influences of jazz, bluegrass and folk.  Wyatt made his first move to New York after shooting a film in Argentina after college.  He then moved back to LA and began working in documentary filmmaking full time.  Now back in New York City, Wyatt works as an associate producer by day for a documentary film company and music by night.  Having a full time job has allowed Wyatt  to have even more freedom with music, and really take the time in discovering what kind of art he wants to put out. 

Carbon Mirage is a Brooklyn based band creating instrumental music that crosses genres with notable influences of jazz and rock.  With a foundation of jazz improv the trio constantly strive to create an enjoyable active listen that will never leave you bored.  Carbon Mirage has just released a full length album called The Peak that has been excellently produced to capture the group’s incredible ability to make original music. To learn more about Carbon Mirage and get updates about the band and live shows sign up for the band’s mailing list HERE.   

Carey Clayton - Guitar James Quinlan - Bass Ricky Petraglia - Drums 

SEE CARBON MIRAGE LIVE on OCTOBER 23 at CMJ 

Carbon Mirage's Ricky Petraglia tells a story about being apart of The 20 Something Project and collaborating with other artists.  The 20 Something Project is a community initiative that has a goal to bring young emerging talent together to collaborate and inspire.  Ricky's story is a perfect example of the potential and power of this multi-medium collaboration.  To find out more about The 20 Something Project and/or to get involved with this collective please check out our website CLICK HERE

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