Dan Shull is Performer/Multi-Instrumentalist/Composer who currently resides in Winston Salem, NC. Dan went to high school in Hillsborough, NC where he benefited from the teachings of the legendary Bob Haas. He went on to audition for James Houlik and study Saxophone under Jim Forger at East Carolina University. Dan left school early and toured as a Saxophonist for a two years after which he continued to compose. Having devoting the 80's and 90's to his family, Dan re-embraced his music when he helped form the original Bone Daddy as a Bassist and built Wit's End Studio in 1999. From there he went on to record his first solo album of original material, "You Tell Me", released in 2002 on which he played most of the instruments. In 2004 Dan founded the band Wit's End, playing Keys and arranging the material. A friendship with Jim Tedder in 2006 produced a few recordings as Cityscapes and in 2008 Dan began writing his second album and re-dedicated his self to the Saxophone. Determined to play as much Sax as possible, Dan joined The Showtime Band in 2009 with whom he performed on the Beach Circuit for two years. 2010 brought a new relationship with Singer Barry Cope and the band TGB - The Groovin Band was born. TGB continues to perform and record Classic Soul/R&B/Pop/Funk and original material under the direction of Dan Shull, while Dan works to complete recordings of a large body of original material to be released in 2016 and 2017.