Hollywood, CA –Nuttin’ But Stringz”, one of the most talked about platinum album urban rock violinists performed a live, historical music spectacular tonight (Tuesday, April 13, 2010) on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars. It was the first time DWTS featured an instrumental act on TV’s highest rated entertainment program now on its 10th season.
The eye-popping choreography was performed by New York’s Principal Ballerina accompanied with the dancers who flew through the air on the dance floor much like an Olympic aerobics show with perfectly orchestrated moves and tones from NBS. It was powerful segment designed by hip-hop Choreographer Travis Wall.
Tourie Escobar and Damien Escobar have been playing violin since they were 10 and were the youngest to enter a prestigious music school, while playing in the New York Subways and recently discovered on NBC’s America’s Got, where they were voted in the top three contestants.
“We started playing very, very young, when it was cool to play violin, but now I think the violin is going to replace the guitar Tourie Escobar told KABC-TV’s George Pennacchio, shortly after the show ended.
Eve one of the the Dance contestants said she was blown away and was dancing to Nuttin’ But Stringz behind the stage. Chelse Hightower said, “This was the highlight of the evening, and I was dancer,” she said.
“We made history today on “Dancing with the Stars” as the first instrumental music presentation,” said Tourie Escobar, “Nuttin’ But Stringz”. “It’s never been done on the show before, and we’ll had to have lost of drama and dance moves that kept everyone watching at home and in the live audience.”
“We were rehearsing and practicing for days for this live performance which is one of the biggest challenges of my life being on the stage of America’s most watch ballroom on “Dancing with the Stars” tonight,” said Tourie and Damien Escobar, “Nuttin’ But Stringz”, urban rock composers, who make up one of the most talked about international violin duo to hit the airwaves.
America’s Got Talent, then they return to Huston, Texas for a fundraising performance for the Heart Association on April 23rd. Also, on the same evening (April 23, 2010) Nuttin’ but Stringz will be shown on MTV Unplugged.
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