Sydney Noelle is 3 Count's Lead singer and songwriter. She found her passion for performing at the age of 3 ½ during her very first musical theatre summer camp, but she didn’t recognize her ability to sing until 6yrs old when her grandfather entered her in a singing contest at Universal Studios Hollywood and she won! At 8yrs old, her teacher posted a YouTube video of her powerhouse vocals singing “Chandelier” by Sia which would become her first viral video! It currently has more than 1M views and it gave Sydney Noelle numerous opportunities to perform at venues like Walt Disney Concert Hall, Pala Casino (where she opened for the 70’s group The Stylistics), and was a member of the children’s choir for the Black Eyed Peas singing the remake of #WherestheLove. Sydney Noelle has taught herself to play the ukulele, guitar, bass, and keyboard. She is currently a Junior at Orange County School of the Arts and is a student/mentor at Los Rios Rock School. She plans to continue pursuing a commercial music career after graduation.
Sydney Noelle's singing and writing styles have been influenced by artists like Paramore, Journey and Pink Floyd.
Miles is a musician based out of Orange County, CA. Miles' music as a pianist and drummer takes lots of influences from many genres including jazz, rock, and soul.
Currently, he is playing keyboard & drums on the worship team at Richfield Community Church, while also playing in wedding and memorial services.
Growing up as the son of a musician father, Miles was constantly around music. Music was always playing around the house or in the car. When Miles was 4, he received his first drum set where he spent hours a day playing. This eventually led to a massive passion in music, leading him to learn the piano and adventure into many genres. He started playing for funeral and wedding services early into his high school career and now frequently sits in with professional musicians during open mic nights and numerous Live gigs.
Pierce Akers began his musical journey at 9 years old when he first learned how to play guitar. In addition, he learned to play bass, upright bass, and drums. Pierce has played many sold out shows at venues like House of Blues, Whiskey-A-Go-Go, The Troubadour, and Malones as well as been featured as a Friedman Amps artist. He also participated in the reality TV show "No Cover" with judges Alice Cooper, Lzzy Hale, Gavin Rossdale, Bishop Briggs and Tosin Abasi.
Not only has Pierce been exposed to the world of Live performance, he has also become invested in creating, collaborating, and producing his own original music which can be found on his YouTube channel and all streaming platforms.
Some of his biggest busical influences include: Tosin Abasi, Jason Richardson, Erick Hansel and Misha Mansoor.
ZANE. PERCY. HERRMANN
Zane is a vocalist in the Popular Music Conservatory at Orange County School of the Arts. From a very young age, it was evident that he had a passion for Live music, especially when he began taking piano lessons at 7 years old. He really enjoys entertaining a crowd.
Zane is a self-taught drummer, and the guitar is yet another instrument he hopes to master, but it is his vocals that he feels most connected to an audience. The tone, pitch and quality of his voice helped Zane land the lead role of the Grinch on his very first musical audition for Seussical, Jr. when he was just 8 years old.
Since then, he has sung solo in multiple talent shows; Performed in his first major non-profit Gala event for Seneca Family of Agencies in Orange County, CA at 12 years old; Consistently gives back to the community by entertaining residents of Senior homes during the holidays; and helps organize the musical acts for several fundraising campaigns throughout Southern California.
Zane's musical influences spans a wide genre of music: R&B, Pop, Metal & Rock. Some of his favorite artists include: Joji, Frank Ocean, Daniel Caesar & Omar Apollo. He enjoys writing original songs and creating his own arrangements. Although he is only 16 years old, Zane knows that he most definitely will pursue a career in music because "music makes people happy."