A Denver native, Vince toured with Up with People and then attended the Berklee College of Music. At Berklee he had the opportunity to learn from and work with some of the world’s most accomplished musicians, producers, and songwriters.
Following Berklee, Vince moved to Minneapolis were he worked with Jerry Hubbard, The Time’s bass player, at Minniwood Studios. Eventually Vince returned home to Denver to work with Danny Seraphine, Chicago’s former drummer. Their collaboration led to recording the debut album for the duo Lyric, entitled Chocolate Soup. Working on the Lyric album for three years paid off - with three Grammy award winning musicians performing on the album and very little money behind it, Chocolate Soup entered Gavin AC radio at the 135th spot and topped out at the 11th spot within seven weeks.