Random Sound

Random Sound Band

Performing in the 2012 Green Show Wednesday, June 6 and Sunday, September 9.

This is their first season in the OSF Green Show.

The voice of new rock music, homegrown in Southern Oregon.

Random Sound are 15 year-olds Nick Chouard on lead vocals, bass and keyboards, Cole Coster on drums, Tejas Leier-Heyden on guitar and vocals  and Spencer Tesluk on guitar and vocals. After being crowned as the 2010 champions of Southern Oregon's Got Talent, the band focused this year on writing and recording original music. They were honored to debut their original song, "Paperboy", at the Craterian Ginger Rogers Theatre to open the finals for Southern Oregon's Got Talent and had the distinction of playing on the Table Rock Stage at the Britt Music Festival before the Chris Issak show.  The band was also the only Oregon teen band participating in the National SchoolJam USA battle of the bands last fall. In September 2011, Random Sound's performance at the Green Show inspired audience members aged 3 to 80 to get up and dance. 

Random Sound on Community: Random Sound is a musical bridge between the band's teen community, their baby boomer parents and their grandparent's generation. Their original lyrics are accessible to all ages. Their style of music is heavily influenced by their parents' generation--the Beatles, the Stones, Jimi Hendrix and Carlos Santana--but is also impacted by the new sounds of recent music scenes including '90s alternative legends Sublime and the new indie grunge of Modest Mouse. Their youngest fans are preschoolers and their oldest fans are in their 80s, but the three year-olds are often the first to get up and dance! The boys of Random Sound are blessed to be mentored by some of the best known and most established musicians in Oregon including Jeff Pevar and Bob DiChiro. Random Sound's performances have often inspired other teens and younger children to pick up and learn an instrument, and to pursue their loftiest musical dreams as these young audiences realize that the boys on stage are not all that different from themselves.