Remember back to the 50’s and 60’s and those great songs you heard on the radio and played on the 45 record player at parties? Remember going to record hops and dancing to those great songs? Remember watching “Bandstand”? Well, Streetwise is “Lost in the fifties and sixties” and sings those songs of your youth. They also sing some of those great old barbershop tunes.
Streetwise was formed in early 1996. All the members of the group live in the Toledo, Ohio area. They perform at many types of events and venues including corporate and charity events, fairs, festivals, and parties. They are frequently invited to sing the national anthem at sporting and other events. They have previously performed at Music Under The Stars, First Night Toledo, Applebutter Festival, Toledo Zoo, Old West End Festival, Tours de Noel, First Light Sylvania, and many, many more events and private functions.
It was obvious right from the start that Dave Haase, besides singing tenor, was the funny guy in the group and would proceed to inject the humor into the performances. Wayne "The Crooner" Walther sings lead and plays the straight man to Dave's antics. Bob Nelson sings baritone and is the musical director of the group. Don Spurlin sings bass and serves as the group's contact person.
Streetwise sings an all-American selection of music, in awesome four-part a cappella harmony.
Whether it's a stage show or a "stroll through the crowd" performance, your audience is sure to be delighted with Streetwise .
Also see our MySpace page - www.myspace.com/streetwisequartet
For additional information or to book a performance by
Don Spurlin (419) 704-2267
BRINGING BACK THE OLDIES!