Signature Quartet is composed of four powerhouse voices. All four members of the quartet have been barbershoppers since their early teen years and have been in many different quartets. This foursome has been together since October of 2013. At the first get together these guys knew that they had something special. The quartet has gone on to represent the Sunshine District in the International Quartet Competition in Pittsburgh, PA (July 2015) where they finished 15th their very first time out; among the finest barbershop quartets in the world. They are also the Sunshine District Quartet Champions (2015), and the 2016 International 4th place Bronze medalist. Please enjoy the big sound and the variety of musical genres that the group sings.
Tenor, Will “The Old Guy” Rodriguez is the eldest member of the quartet (but “not by much!”). Will has studied music his entire life and comes from a musical family. Will is a Certified General Contractor, and runs his own commercial/ residential contracting company, mostly into the ground… Will is a founding member and the driving force of the quartet, or so we let him think…When not singing or running his business you will most likely find Will spending time with his dogs, family and also cracking jokes.
Daniel “The Voice” Cochran
Daniel is a Florida native and has been singing as far as he can remember. Though he is 6’4″ he is a big teddy bear that would rather be singing than playing sports like other people his height. Daniel is a professional Vocalist and has sung in numerous amazing venues and shows. He has touched many lives and continues to touch people every Sunday when he sings at Unity of Delray Beach Church. When he isn’t singing, Daniel enjoys singing tags, going to karaoke, well let’s be honest he’s always singing……
Dan “BassMan” Walz
Originally from Bayport, MN. Dan moved to SC with my family and lived there for 15 years where he joined the Barbershop Harmony Society. Dan and Will were fortunate enough to win a district championship together and decided to stay together and start a new group. Dan moved to FL to join the quartet full time. When he’s not singing, Dan works as a contractor for Triple R construction in Fort Lauderdale.
Matt “Short Stuff” Clancy
Baritone, Matthew Clancy the youngster in the quartet is 26 and has been a barbershopper for 14 years. He has directed several barbershop choruses in western New York before moving to Florida in 2011. He is currently the front line director for the Heartland Harmonizers in Sebring Florida. Matt is a nationally certified Medical Massage Therapist and has his practice in Lake Placid Florida. When he is not working or singing you will most likely find him out on the lake throwing people off of the water tube or teaching them how to water ski.