Maggie Heeren has been the driving force behind this project since its origin. Some might venture to call her obsessive about Fake Baseball. She is Fake Baseball's head engineer and their lead producer on the debut album, along with performing as the live band's lead vocalist and guitar player.
Adam Danis also has been a part of Fake Baseball since the beginning. He's been the renaissance man of this project, playing drums, guitar, bass, percussion, piano and is featured as the main male voice of Fake Baseball's first album. For our live band, this curly-haired jawline rips lead guitar and croons beautiful tenor vocals. Do you only know him as a drummer?
This man needs no introduction, so we'll call this a moment of attention instead–Jarad Selner has been a part of Fake Baseball since it was just a talking point, not even a full concept yet. In writing the debut album, he played saxophone, guitar, bass, drums, and percussion; he sang; he produced; he arranged; he recorded.
Grayson Nye is Fake Baseball's secret weapon. Arguably, the tastiest parts of the album came from this man's fingers. A joy to have in the studio and on stage, we couldn't be happier to have him on our team. Grayson is a keys and synthesizer wizard with the greatest sense of style. Also he played saxophone in the horn section tracking on the album. And he sang!
Ethan Bouwsma, also one of the newest members of our team and our perfect, creative, rock-steady drum boii for our live band. His feel is effortless. And though he looks serious here, he has simply the juiciest smile.
Mr. Matthew Milowe, one of the newest members of our team and an outstanding bass player for our live band. He is an incredibly dedicated worker, musician, performer, and friend. We are so lucky to have him