Jeff McCollister on Vocals
Hailing from Denver Colorado, Jeff landed in Los Angeles in 2016, and soon after accepted the role of lead vocals and frontman for Seize The Night. Jeff’s strong vocals, onstage antics, and eclectic persona make for an exciting performance each time he takes the stage.
Marc Pollock on Bass
The founding member of Seize The Night, Marc’s musical background stretches as far back as grade school. Beginning with piano lessons at age 7, moving on a year later to guitar, and first performing with his band by age 10. At age 11, Marc added trombone to his musical accomplishment, becoming 2nd string trombonist in the school band by age 12. Marc’s family owned and operated a large live-music dance club in Cleveland Ohio, where he acquired a love for classic rock, funk and Motown. Early influences included a wide variety of musical styles, artists like The Beatles, Chicago, Blood, Sweat & Tears, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, and Jimmy Hendrix.
Scott Sanders on Guitar
A native of South Florida, Scott moved to Los Angeles in the late 80's to pursue a career in music. After graduating from the Musicians Institute, Scott worked in many of the studios around LA with a diverse list of clientele: from Harry Belafonte to Ratt; from Manhattan Transfer to Suicidal Tendancies and-everyone in between. Scott has also performed across Europe and the US with such greats as Robbie Krieger and Steve Hunter.
Harvey James on Drums
Multi-Instrumentalist, multi-faceted, eclectic musician, Harvey has been studying all facets of music since the age of 6. Aside from years of formal lessons by drum legends and college music courses, Harvey is mostly a self-taught musician, with numerous writings and musical accomplishments. He has been involved in several different projects over the past 20 years, from cover bands-to the famed CARS tribute band "Let's Go", and now the drummer and co-vocalist for the band "Seize The Night".
Doug Tidstrand on Keys
Doug is an L.A.-based singer/songwriter. Doug is one of five boys, all musically gifted in their own right. A family trip to the Hollywood Bowl at the age of 8 gave Doug his great epiphany. He absorbed the sounds of each and every instrument and knew that he had found his calling. A music scholarship to California State University, Northridge afforded Doug the opportunity to major in voice and further hone his natural talents. Doug has scored a number of independent films, tv specials and worked with some of L.A.’s finest and most sought-after studio session musicians.