Our Story

Coming out of Fresno, California, White Glove Service is a 6-piece reggae-centered band making their break into national touring. But really, it’s all about the flow of music for this group. Combining a smooth blend of styles, including reggae, rock and funk elements, their guitar and saxophone parts give rise to harmony, while the bass and heavy drums power through for and undoubtably original sound. 

The band released their first full length album titled “NonStop” in March, 2015. The debut record was added to PANDORA not long after, in August. Since the release the group has gained an abundance of local support. At the moment the band is recording their 2nd studio album and they are continuously touring the West Coast area. 

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Meet the Band

Jake Caswell
(Vocals) 

Stilz Stoudamire
(Vocals, Guitar, Bass)

Aaron Kipper
(Guitar & Bass) 

Andrew Knoblauch
(Samples & Dubs)

Greg Rodriguez
(Saxophone) 

Jose Esparza
(Drums)

        Aaron and Stilz began writing music together when they were still in high school. They met up with their vocalist Jake Caswell, and formed the band after graduation. This was near the end of 2010. They welcomed new members Greg Rodriguez (former jazz studio musician) on saxophone, and Andrew Knoblauch (former WGS roadie) on samples & dubs, to complete their line-up. Their original drummer parted ways with them, and Jose Esparza (former studio drummer for various Latin groups) joined in 2013. With a full compliment of talented members, they began to create music and travel together.

        Within a few months they headed off for their first tour, in January of 2013. They produced their first studio album, as well as two music videos, with Justin Rosander of JSM Recording Studio. It was December of 2014 when the guys felt it was time to quit their day jobs and be dedicated to pushing their music and message. They moved in to the same home and began to work on their dreams as a unit. Since committing to playing music on a full time basis, the band has spent an exceptional amount of time on the road as well as in the studio. They have opened for groups including Katchafire, The Expendables, Soja, Atmosphere, Slightly Stoopid, Fortunate Youth, and many more.