Dance Music Groups We Enjoy

Soothes The Savage Beast!

We Dance All The Time And Here Are Some Of Our Favorite Groups

Since we dance so often, we have sevel groups that we enjoy and we thought we would share them with you.

Jerry Benton - A One Man Band!

Get ready to dance for hours!


The Footnotes

Three piece band that plays extremely dancable music. Good voices and knows that the volumn control does NOT have to be wide open!

The Footnotes
Great dance music at the Garden Grove Elks August 2011

Did You Know? - A musical ensemble is a group of people who perform instrumental or vocal music. In each musical style different norms have developed for the sizes and composition of different ensembles, and for the repertoire of songs or musical works that these ensembles perform.

A group of two musicians is called a duo, a group of three is a trio, a group of four a quartet, and a group of five a quintet. A musician who usually performs alone is usually termed a solo musician or solo artist.

In classical music, trios or quartets either blend the sounds of musical instrument families (such as piano, strings, and wind instruments) or group together instruments from the same instrument family, such as string ensembles or wind ensembles. In jazz ensembles, the instruments typically include wind instruments (one or more saxophones, trumpets, etc.), one or two chordal "comping" instruments (electric guitar, piano, or organ), a bass instrument (electric bass guitar or double bass), and a drummer or percussionist. In rock ensembles, usually called rock bands, there are usually guitars and keyboards (piano, electric piano, Hammond organ, synthesizer, etc.) and a rhythm section made up of a bass guitar and drum kit.


Great dancable music with a bent towards the 60's

It Takes Two



Gene DuValle


Bill Maloof




Street Corney Symphony




Oscar Valez

A one man orchestra playing fantastic dance music form waltz's to nightclub two-step.

Oscar Valez at work Khoury's
Oscar playing at Khoury's in Alamitos Bay