One Vibe Band USA Team

Dylan Hughes

Bass Guitarist

Dylan Hughes has decades of professional experience working with other artists, touring the U.S. and Europe as a bass player, and writing, recording, and engineering.  In 2022 Dylan released his first Full Band Album, YIN; An entirely instrumental record featuring some of the most talented musicians in Seattle.

Jonathan Mokotedi

Keyboard Player/Video Creator

Jonathan Mokotedi also known as Jay Chords, hails all the way from Botswana and he moved to the Pacific Northwest in the last decade. While Jonathan plays keyboards for One Vibe Band, he is an instrumentalist and an aspiring photographer who just loves joy through music. 

Art Borders


Born and raised in the Mid-West and now living in the North-West, Art Borders is a very hard working musician who has had the opportunity to work alongside many local, national and international artists and musicians. Art is a Keyboardist, Song Writer, Singer, Music Teacher, Music Producer, and a band leader for several live bands located in the Seattle area.

Bob Antolin


Bob Antolin (saxophone), instructor of woodwinds at Seattle Central College, is a multi-instrumentist, teacher, composer, arranger and producer. Studied saxophone with Joe Brazil, Carter Jefferson and Julius Hemphill. Studied sitar with North Indian master ZM Dagar. Studied ethnomusicology at the University of Washington. Founder of world music ensemble Comfort Food Band.

Ahkeenu Musa


Paul Huppler


Paul Huppler, born and raised in Seattle Washington. Paul Huppler has been performing as a drummer for 26years strong as a genre fluid  foundation to any band. He has played with artist such as Mykal Rose, Warrior King, Keith n Tex, Clinton Fearon, Arkaingel, Italee Watson and many more. He has an education of music from Edmonds community college for digital production and is currently producing in over 3 genres.

Yogi McCaw


Yogi McCaw began by playing his grandmother’s piano at age six. From a US military family, he had several teachers as the family moved back and forth between The US and Europe. He began playing in rock bands as a teenager, then attended The University of North Carolina where he worked on a classical performance degree while simultaneously learning jazz in the local scene there.

Daniel Miller


Daniel Miller started playing music with violin at age of four. Growing up taking lessons and playing concerts, he gained early exposure to a variety of music styles and fell in love with music from early on.  After picking up ukulele, guitar, and bass in grade school, he formed a series of bands, always with the position of lead singer, songwriter, and manager.