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“Teri Danz is a club owner’s dream band. They not only bring a hardy crowd of their own, but they can win over any audience with their infectious tunes and engaging performance. But don’t miss out! I suspect that it will not be long before they are snatched up by a major booking agency, and that very soon they will not be playing in clubs anymore.” – Ian Copeland, Music Agent (The Police, Sting), Owner, Backstage Cafe
“I’m always impressed with the heart and soul Teri and the band put into their performances, both on record and on stage. TDB shows are always chock full of the kind of emotion and sincerity that’s infectious and inspiring. I wish all artists worked it as hard and cared as much.” –Mike Moore, Music Connection
“Teri Danz rocks the house at Tower on Sunset! Great band, great stage presence, good marketing! Positive, upbeat, dynamic with untapped energy, Danz and her band seek to be larger than life and succeed.” -Jay Smith, General Manager, Tower Records Sunset
“Teri Danz and Sennheiser are a perfect marriage of artist and product. Performing in our booth at last year’s NAMM Show, Danz and TDB guitarist, Tim Weber, played a passionate and inspired set. Their talent, mastery, artistic vision, and great songs make them artists to see and be seen. We are pleased to have them on our roster.” Greg Beebe, Vice President, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation
“Danz has a gift for hooky tunes… music supervisors …give a listen” –Music Connection Magazine (Reviews)
“Teri Danz playing with one accompanying guitar player holds your attention with her silky voice and skillfully crafted lyrics. In this day of rock star attitudes and posturing, it’s a delight to encounter talent and professionalism in one delightful performer.” –Indigo Mazelin, Freedohm Entertainment
MORE INFO: Danz started singing and performing professionally in San Francisco, where, in 1991, she had the club hit, “Didn’t Mean To Fall In Love” on Twilight Records. A classically trained musician, Danz studied with renowned vocal coach Raz Kennedy (of Bobby McFerrin’s VOICESTRA, and coach to Adam Duritz of Counting Crows) and many others. Her credits include a 12″ dance/club hit (Twilight Records); rock/pop songs in Indie films; Tower records in-stores; TV appearances; recordings with: Buddy Halligan (Barry White, Ray Charles, Anita Baker), legendary rapper, Father MC, and Gerry “The Gov” Brown (Alicia Keyes, Tina Turner); and many others. She received a nomination for Best Female Vocalist of the Year, All Access Music Awards 2005. Danz & TDB guitarist, Tim Weber, played the Mackie Booth at NAMM 2007 and the Sennheiser Booth in 2005. Her act has opened for the likes of Dee Dee Ramone, played live at venues across the country (including a residency at the World Famous Viper Room, Hard Rock Cafe, The Roxie, House of Blues and countless others), and received national press (Women Who Rock Magazine feature).