RYAN MILLER is our Frontman, Guitarist extraordinaire, Lead Vocalist. Ryan's history in music is renowned. He has been playing, writing and singing with family and friends for a long time. His skill as the lead guitarist guides the band through new songs and tough spots and a professional musician. Ryan is playing some solos during the week and Auld'sKool whenever the music calls.
Booking info: 801-598-1510
Auld’sKool IS classic rock ‘n roll with muscle!
What more do you need to know?
Okay....this is one crazy rockin’ performance band.
No recordings yet. We perform man….!
The band covers many tunes from the ‘60’s and ‘70’s classic rock era and specializes in Top 40 and customized playlists. Auld’sKool hails from
Auld’sKool has been on stage with Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band at Christmastime, featuring Nancy Hanson during a Summer Fun Season, rocked in the park with Alex Boye' and played for many venues from birthdays to weddings to major events like Susan G Komen's Race for the Cure. The band has played at
If you want a CD, there are plenty of the originals to buy. If you want a live band that just ‘can’t stop the music’ …. you want Auld’sKool!
Upon graduation from High School, with the Vietnam War going on, Ned was able to join the
When he got out of the Army, Ned joined with an old friend who was playing with two other friends. They created a band called Scooter and played mostly original music, which Ned co-wrote much of.
Throughout the years Ned continued to perform with various bands and then took a 20 year break. But the call of Rock and Roll is strong and Ned was back playing guitar through the 90's and into the future.
From 1994 until 2000 Ned was playing bass and guitar in a 3 piece group called Above and Beyond. Ned and the drummer from that band then created a band called JoJo Lefty which is still performing today. (but not as good as AULD'SKOOL!....added by Doug)
In the summer of 2008, Ned came back into contact with his high school friend, Doug and was asked to join up with The Boomers and the rest is history. Rock and roll is a powerful master and those of us who love it can only continue to perform. Louie, Louie anyone?