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Dan Beck Band great jazz

Do you enjoy real music that has something for everyone? If you like to sit back and relax or dance the night away, this band has right music for you. The Dan Beck Band plays an upbeat mix of original tunes with influences of Jazz, Blues, Rock, Swing, Folk and Classical music.  Founder, lead guitarist and vocalist Dan Beck writes lyrics and composes music for the group.Dan Beck Band
"I have a need to create and I write new music every week - my songs reflect my everyday life and I want to share this with the world," states Beck. 
Hailing form the Monterey Bay region of California, the Dan Beck Band performs for local events, clubs, markets, pubs, restaruants and during the 1st Fridays Art Walk in Salinas. If you haven't seen them live, then you need to make it a point to enjoy a live show soon. The band is looking forward to their first U.S. tour in 2017.
The Dan Beck Band records exactly the way they perform - live takes with the entire band playing together, so the listener experiences exactly the same style in a recorded version as is performed live. Beck has a unique style that is ever-changing due to his ability to improvise even as a solo guitarist – mixing chords and single notes with a versatile finger picking technique stemming from his original classical training. The band consists of:Dan Beck Band

Robert Rosett - an MD by day – though he was actually a music major in college – playing soprano & tenor sax, flute, bass flute, chapman stick and percussion. Doctor Robert enjoys building unusual musical instruments.

Dave Prentice is a professional percussionist with over 40 years of experience. He has shared a stage with Peter Kaukonen, The Grateful Dead, Santana. and performed with bands in San Francisco, San Jose, and Santa Cruz.

Tyler Reilly has been playing the violin since he was a boy. He performs with the Monterey County Symphony on a regular basis and has toured with Ricky Lee Jones and recorded with Modest Mouse.

Pablo Perez is an amazing bass player who played with several professional groups in Mexico before coming to the United States. His repertoire includes rock, metal, punk, indy, salsa, blues and jazz.
Occasionally sitting in on percussion are Macucho Bonilla and Sebastian Marchevsky - both experienced musicians who add depth the unique sound of the Dan Beck Band.
Please visit www.DanBeckMusic.com for more information.



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