Featuring former members of rock super-groups, Aynsley Dunbar (Journey), Michael Monarch & Nick St. Nicholas (Steppenwolf), Fran Cosmo (Boston), Greg Walker (Santana), Randall Hall (Lynyrd Skynyrd), the group combines the talents of some of the most prominent musicians to ever grace the stage. WCR has toured the world bringing audiences to their feet with electrifying performances of legendary hits “Born To Be Wild”, “Separate Ways”, “More Than a Feeling”, “Black Magic Woman”, “Sweet Home Alabama”, “Magic Carpet Ride”, “Anyway You Want It”, “Peace of Mind”, “Evil Ways”, “Free Bird” and many more.
The Wall Street Journal, A&E, WFAA-ABC, and ESPN have all featured the Dallas String Quartet. In addition to performing internationally, DSQ has played “at home” for Presidents Obama and Bush, the College Football Playoff, NBA and NFL organizations. DSQ has sold out concert venues like the House of Blues and symphony halls alike. They have played alongside Josh Groban, Chicago and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Composed of composer and violinist Ion Zanca, violinists Tatiana Glava and Melissa Priller, and bassist Youg Heo, DSQ takes you on a journey to the nexus of classical music and modern pop where artists like Beethoven and Bono collide.
Comprised of Taylor Young (acoustic guitar, kick drum) and John Pedigo (banjo), the duo had spent time in numerous Dallas bands, including Polyphonic Spree, Young Heart Attack, Slick 57, Boys Named Sue, P.W. Long, and The Backsliders, before coming together in 2008 to form The O’s.
He’s a frequent entertainer at favorite local hangouts and he also performs throughout the state and has been a regular at the legendary Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, Texas’ oldest dance hall, for more than a decade. His songs have been recorded by Dolly Parton, Hal Ketchum, Timothy B. Schmit of the Eagles, Billy Ray Cyrus, Sherrie Austin, Rodney Atkins, Tammy Cochran as well as a slew of indie artists.