One-2-Many will perform for DVAC’s Wine Art and Music Night, March 18th 2017, at the Diamond Valley Arts Council’s Diamond Valley Arts Center at 123 N. Harvard St., Hemet Ca 92543. Doors open at 6:30pm with the show starting at 7:00pm. Admission is $20 for Members and $25 for Non-Members. General Admission Tickets include two beverages. Tickets may be ordered ONLINE at the DVAC website (www.thedvac.org) or through PurplePass (www.purplepass.com)
One-2-Many will be presenting a “Blues Experience” featuring the music of Eric Clapton and Friends. With Special Guests Rick Hoffman and Rocky Zharp! One-2-Many is a local band consisting of Brad Mundwiler, Lynn Wiley, Tim Scott and Richard Dinkler. These talented musicians have been together for many years. If you have never caught them around town, they are a very entertaining group whose harmonies are superb with unmatched stage presence.
Brad is a local musician since 1970 having appeared in numerous area venues. He has performed at the Monterey Blues festival and BB Kings in Hollywood in 2003 on "Rocky Zharp" album "Live & B B Kings" which received international attention. His love of the guitar was largely influenced by Eric Clapton, Freddie King and BB King. A trumpet player first, Brad took up the guitar after having worked for several years as a jazz trumpeter in the early 70's. He says "now I'm a guitarist who plays a bit of trumpet instead of the other way around". Brad is also involved in the Ramona Pageant since 1977 as both a guitarist & trumpeter. This will be his 31st year in the play.
Lynn is an award- winning community stage actress who has starred in many musical productions since the 1990’s. Earning several Inland Theater Awards, she studied with the The South Coast Repertory in Orange Co. & was a MSJC Theater Major. She sang and played guitar in classic rock/blues bands, "Main St", "Idyllwild South". Lynn was honored to provide background vocals and harmonies with the Beach Boys’ Carl Wilson on Michael Angeloff’s 1998 CD, “Here & Now”, Rocky Zharp's 1990 CD "Songs for you & A Song for Me"
Richard was born & raised in Beckley West Virginia and started playing piano at 8 years old. He played saxophone in Jr. High & High School & attended Berklee College of Music in Boston during the late 70s. He played in various "garage bands" at age 16 & started playing clubs at 18. Richard then went on the road with a Southern Rock band in the early 70's and joined an Elvis Impersonation group & traveled up & down the East Coast including New York City & Canada. Richard toured with the Country music recording artist "Bobby Spears" in the early 80's and worked with the comedian/singer "Sherry Crawford". Richard moved to California in 1982 and formed a top 40 band "Hot Property" where he performed with Rick Stark (Bass player). He toured LA clubs throughout the 80's with various artists writing & recording original music. Richard graduated with an MBA in Technology Management from University of Phoenix and his career keeps him very busy, but he still makes time for his Music.
Tim Scott says, ”Welcome to my bio......my father was my early inspiration (snare drummer back in the 40 's) so I got started playing surf music in Hawaii, which is where I grew up. Got my first gig at age 12 playing teen clubs on military bases. Settled in Orange County Ca. Early on I was playing in marching and stage bands in high school, soon after, performing original shows. I Hit the road in the seventy's, Canada, Alaska, Midwest off and on. I took some time off the road, got the day job & raised some kids...then back on the gig. Showcasing at the Coach House playing our music & warming up a few big names”
As a Bass Guitarist, Rick Hoffman has been playing and singing professionally for the past 45 years up and down the west coast. As a member of the original Hemet High School jazz band and a founding member of the 70’s horn band “Loop City” he has a strong local connection. Rick has played bass with numerous bands around the valley and is currently performing with the acoustic trio “Other Brother Dave”. As a lifelong blues fan and player he is looking forward to the “Blues Experience”!