Jack studied four years of Classical Guitar in St. Louis.   As a young man, he learned Rock and Jazz Guitar in Cincinnati.  During High School, Jack played guitar for a 2 Musicals and spent 2 years in the Jazz Band.  During that time the band visited Toronto, where Jack received praise(for his lead guitar work) from a Famous Jazz Composer.   As he grew his skills at Rhythm and Lead Guitar,  Jack got endorsed by Phred Guitars, Zemaitis Guitars, and Guild Guitars.  


     Mark plays the six string bass, but only began with four.   Mark had already toured the U.S. prior to joining Rubix Wheel.  Mark is equally at home in a live setting as well as the Studio.  Bringing the bold bass flavor to Rubix Wheel, Mark pushes the band to go further, harder, and longer.


     At a young age, Steve discovered the magic of music in the Piano.  Learning the works of Beetoven, Bach, and Mozart, Steve garnered the depth and mood of each classical piece,  Once he got his first keyboard, Steve began playing in bands with his older brothers.  He took the time to develop his soloing skills, and was wowing audiences with complex solos for each song.  Steve also writes his own music, and is set to release his solo CD this Fall!


     Eric is a pro level drummer who joined in 2018.  He brings a steady beat to Rubix Wheel's music.  



     With all four members being seasoned pros, there is a certain magic that happens when they play together. The tightness of the band took years to happen, and it shows in the recordings and the live shows. Rubix plays Jam/Rock/Pop Originals for audiences big and small.



We recently received the Akademia Award for Best Rock Song!  Check it out in the link below!


''Feels' is the kind of friendly rocker that requires serious instrumental expertise to attempt - and its still rare to encounter an act that can turn such transcendent skills into a radio-ready hit like this." The Akademia - Los Angeles, CA

Read a review of our 2018 Album, Dream Free, in the article below!


"The song “Feels” opens the record with that tasty old school and true jam band flavor. The guitar is plucky and soaring while the bass holds a steady and deliciously thick groove. I like the way the drums and keys get laced through each song on this album."  The Jamwich

"The band crackles with intensity and a tight groove formed from a few years on the road." Independent Music Reviews

 incorporates classic rock songs with their originals, making them a hybrid band that can play all kinds of venues."  Jamsphere Magazine

"This is a solid rock-based band with flashes of poppy, funky, dreamy and  jazzy overtones and influences. If you are into jam bands, or alternative rock, then this band is for you."  Jamsphere Magazine