Meet the Band

Philip Spiess

Philip Spiess is the band co-founder and has been performing professionally since 2007.  He started as a street performer and has dazzled audiences up and down the East Coast. He wow’s them with energetic live performances ranging from metal music to finally finding a home playing roots music with family and friends.  Outside of performing, Philip is a highly accomplished sound engineer working for acts that include Taylor Swift, The Marine Corp Band, Tom Paxton, Jerry Douglas, Sierra Hull, Walt Michael and Company, Dom Flemons, The Stray Birds, Behemoth, Sonata Artica, and Josh Hisle.  When not on the road his “real job” is working for Prince William County Department of Fire and Rescue as a Fire Fighter/ EMT.

Kirstyn Konsen

Kirstyn Konsen is a jazz inspired saxophonist, singer, washboard virtuoso, and yoga instructor all wrapped into a tiny powerhouse package. Kirstyn has played with multiple education wind ensembles, jazz bands, as well as marching bands. Aside from classical training she also has played in various musical settings ranging from jam bands, pit orchestras, and rock bands. When she is not playing music she loves to be engaged in outdoor activities such as rock climbing, hiking, and swimming. Meeting new people is so much fun for her, so contact her on social media or say hi at the gigs! “Music is about the people and the love for music shared between us all!” she say’s.

Matt Feller (Occasional)

Matt is the other co-founder of Probably Whiskey and is an accomplished fiddle, mandolin, and guitar player.  Matt hates writing about himself in the third person. Because of this reason, his cousin Phil is writing his bio.  Matt is currently a college student at McDaniel College majoring is music.  He preforms and works in a variety of styles, which include, jazz, orchestral arrangements, rock, Celtic, Appalachian roots, and Scandinavian music.  When not swamped with school work or playing shows he likes long walks on the beach, pina-colladas, and getting caught in the rain.