Dale Brock is from Dalton, a small town in North GA known for being the carpet capital of the world. He began to sing at an early age and dabbled with the piano and drums before settling on the bass guitar, as his choice instrument. He played with several bands during his teenage years touring across the US and Canada including the CCM Band The Rock City Boys and Secret Service. Dale later became tenor vocalist and a founding member of the Chattanooga based band, Poet Voices. He has made appearances and performances on Johnny Carson’s Tonight Show, TBN, Dollywood Theme Park in Pigeon Forge, TN, Wild Horse Saloon in Nashville, TN, Music in the Rockies, Estes Park, CO, GMA Week and Carowinds Music Park in Charlotte, NC among others. Dale has shared the stage with such artists as Marty Raybon of Shenandoah, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ron Kenoly, Phil Driskoll, Bob Carlisle and Nicole C. Mullins. He is a member of the Tri-State Music Hall of Fame. When not on tour, Dale enjoys session work in the studio doing background vocals. With vocal influences by artist such as Luther Vandross, Michael McDonald, Steve Perry, Bobby Kimball and Merle Haggard, just to name a few, Dale has developed a unique vocal style all his own. Dale is also lead singer for the Toto Tribute Band Past II Present and Past II Present A Worship Experience.