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Warehouse: A Dave Matthews Tribute Band

     Warehouse – A Dave Matthews Tribute Band- formed in the Fall of 2013; based out of the Dallas / Ft. Worth Area. 
    Warehouse Background- Prior to the initial formation of the group, a demo recording had been created and a performance date booked at the Prophet Bar, Deep Ellum in the Summer of 2013 to determine the initial reaction from the public.  After many months of practice sessions and fine tuning, the band hit the stage with 45 minutes of DMB material.  Suffice it to say, there was definitely a demand and an overwhelming response that evening for more performances.  Now, nearly four years later and over four hours of DMB material accumulated, the group is definitely hitting its stride with performances at City Concert Series Events, annual Festivals, Weddings and Private Parties. So, If you Love & Appreciate the music of the Dave Matthews band, then give Warehouse an opportunity to bring that DMB experience to YOU
      Warehouse consists of Lead Vocalist and Acoustic Guitarist Brent Burke, who had already been performing for many years at local bars, coffee shops and restaurants, the music of the DMB and having an unbelievable voice like Dave Matthews himself.  The rhythm section consists of Josh Dutton (Bass) and Bobby Ysaguirre (Drums / Vocals) who were already playing in a previous band for many years & having great chemistry with the styles of jazz, funk, reggae & progressive rock.  Doctor Chris Beaty would fill the Woodwind Extraordinaire portion of the group along with percussion and background vocals as well.  He responded to an ad from the band looking to fill one of the two key melodic positions of the group; wizard with the Sax as well as any other Woodwind instrument.  Finally, our Violin Virtuoso Sly Tanenbaum, bringing together years of experience & passion in a variety of styles; rock, jazz, folk & more.   

 

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Brent burke

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chris beaTy

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josh dutton

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bobby ysaguirre

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sly tanenbaum