The Dan Wos Project (DWP) is a Rock n Roll Party. After completing a successful road tour extensive NYC club dates and album promotion with Shock Rock Band U.S.Bandit, Dan Wos came back home to Upstate NY to form the club band that would change Albany's music scene and give it the high energy electrical shock it needed. Word on the street was that this guy "Johnny B" was the one to call for the drum position. They were right, John Buehler walked in with a trail of cigar smoke and a bag of rock beats that were just what the doctor ordered. But the band still needed another guitar. A friend introduced Dan to this guy named Glenn Winroth, a guitar player from Saratoga Springs, NY. People say Glenn is the quiet one in the band. Wait 'till his amp warms up. Together Dan and Glenn have created a guitar team most bands would die for. The dueling guitar solos, smokin' crybaby and insane talk box leads are what people are talking about when the topic of electric guitars comes up. These guys can play. Stan Lenic was asked to join the Project after sitting in on a gig in 2005. He was clearly the right choice for bass player and gives the band's sound that Kick in the Pants every rock band wants. The band has developed a song list of everything from Godsmack to a rock version of the hugely successful 70's disco song Funkytown and of course Dan's sizzling original material including Burn Out, Voodoo man and Wild Child. The highlight of the live show is definitely the Peter Frampton cover, "Do You Feel Like We Do" with Dan's extended live version talk box solo. This one sends the crowd into guitar frenzy every time.