Dan Music group mouthpiece (and namesake) Dan Finnerty never planned about a profession in music, aside from fronting an organization that focuses on medleys of ’80s classics like “Gloria” by Laura Branigan and Toni Basil’s “Mickey.” Finnerty spent his formative years in a little rural city in upstate NY before leaving house to wait Emerson University in Boston. It had been there that he captured the acting insect, ultimately relocating to NEW YORK, where he became a member of the solid of Stomp. A nationwide tour adopted and Finnerty discovered himself in LA. It had been there that he fulfilled his wife, celebrity Kathy Najimy, and started playing his “diva” classics to little clubs having a four-piece music group. As person to person pass on, the Dan Music group began attracting several celebrities with their shows, leading to the group becoming cast in the favorite comedy Old College, where they unleashed an expletive-heavy rendition of Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse from the Center.” Finnerty offers since made an appearance in Steven Spielberg’s The Terminal, in addition to Starsky & Hutch. The Dan Music group released its full-length debut, Dan Music group Live, on the united states Part 1 Dummy label in Apr 2005. In nov the following calendar year, the music group issued a Xmas record entitled Ho.