A native of California, Kaleb grew up in a family of 6 boys and started playing a variety of musical instruments at the age of 9. His love of music and precocious natural ability compelled him to write music as a teen. At the tender age of 14, he wrote “Restless Evil” (which he eventually sang for the soundtrack of the 2008 movie “Vicious Circle”) and “Mirror,” both which can be found on his 2011 album, “I Can’t See the Forest Through the Trees.” Kaleb had early success with a band called Cowboy Robot, the band released an album "penny arcade" and toured Ireland.Since then, Kaleb has embarked on a solo career; some of his most thoughtful and introspective songs can be found on his new album "The Years". These songs show Kaleb’s depth and artistic maturity, and leave the audience blissfully mesmerized. On any given evening, Kaleb’s music will allow us to face the realities of the world with hope and make sense of them, or cause us to have a deeper understanding of ourselves and our relationships with others. On stage, Kaleb sings and goes from keyboard to guitar with ease, and is obviously thrilled to share his music with others. He reads the vibe of the audience, and resonates with his band members to deliver an emotional, soulful product which is his song.