Diablo Rhythm Wranglers
Blues, Country, Easy Listening, Jazz, Lounge, Rockabilly, Swing, Vocal, Western Swing
Misbehavin is the sound of rootsy blues and jazz with the bounce of swing and croon of country. These three musicians put together a lively and intimate show with style and class. Performing such jazz standards as Georgia and Summertime to more upbeat classics as Choo Choo Cha Boogie and Tuxedo Junction, Misbehavin show a tight rhythmic sensibility to this and other genres. They can be light and humorous with tunes like Lyle Lovett's' She's No Lady or the western swing classic Smoke That Cigarette or tear it up with a rockin' version of Smack Dab In The Middle or the bluesy I Used To Be Your Rooster.
Misbehavin is Mike Stenberg on guitar and vocals, Lyle Lawrence on upright bass and Maria Murillo on violin. Mike brings a vocal style and roots feel that when blended with the jazz bass lines of Lyle and the melodic phrasing of Maria's violin distill into a wonderful cross section of eclectic American music.
Give ‘em a listen, they are the real deal.
Mike Stenberg hails from the Seattle area where he performed as a singer / songwriter at local clubs and festivals before moving to the San Francisco area where he has been in several bluegrass and country groups.
Lyle Lawrence is native to Oregon however his musical career began with the end of the big band era playing with members of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.
Maria Murillo is San Francisco born and bred. She continues to play in the old time musical group Spinning Wheel and has performed professionally for 15 years with a Mariachi band.