We Are The Captains Son

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Paige Byrd  Jarred Hayden  Will Hopkins  &  Josh Adams

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TCS has the ability to blend catchy warm guitar melodies, laid-back harmonizing vocals with upbeat drum rhythms, reminiscent of early California surf pop. Taking influence from 60’s artists and modern indie groups, the band is able to combine beautiful layered harmonies and classic garage rock n’ roll. The band has truly succeeded in crafting a unique, yet familiar sound all their own.

Living in Springfield, MO, TCS formed after Byrd and Hayden started playing together in late 2010. Hopkins would later join the band in 2015, replacing the original bassist. Isolated in a basement most of the time, the three realized they shared the same passion for music & the same desire for adventure. That passion encouraged them, and still does, to continue their journey as The Captain's Son.

Leaving jobs, girlfriends, and a handful of other responsibilities, TCS relocated to Long Beach, CA in the summer of 2016. Josh Adams joined the band late summer 2019. Byrd and Adams knew one another from years spent growing up in Georgia, & Adams, having recently moved out to Southern California, found the perfect opportunity to join forces with an old friend.

 The band's latest release, 'The Honey Moon' EP, encompasses everything from raw upbeat Rock N' Roll to psychedelic stoner jams to laid back beach vibes, all within 4 songs. 

Available on all streaming platforms

​The Captain's Son formed late 2010 

somewhere in Southwest Missouri
(I do believe it was a rather warm winter)



97% Legal Disclaimer:

We're Captain's Son and we, in fact, did get our name from

Woody Guthrie's Muleskinner Blues. [and Star Trek: Deep Space 9]

Also, true fact, it's because all four of our dad's are captain's. 



The Captain's Son Motto:​

​Be kind to yourself, the people around you,

& the world as a whole.