Nuttin' But Strinz To Make Dancing With The Stars History
"We will be making history on Dancing with the Stars as the first instrumental music presentation," said Tourie Escobar, "Nuttin' But Stringz". "It's never been done on the show before, and we'll have lots of eye-popping surprises."
The brothers, who grew up in a rough neighborhood in Queens, NY, were excited when they heard the news. "I couldn't believe it, until Dancing with the Stars airline tickets arrived in the mail," said Damien Escobar, "Nuttin' But Stringz".
Nuttin' But Stringz surfaced two years ago as one of the top three contestants on NBC's America's Got Talent. The judges described "Nuttin' But Stringz" this way:
"For emotions, for intensity, professionalism, for commanding the stage and electricity, you guys are my favorite act in the competition, you roasted it, I'm trembling," said America's Got Talent judge Simon Fuller at the last AGT performance of "Nuttin' But Stringz".
"Guys the tone that you get from your instruments is so sensational and the most perfect tone I have heard from any violin player ever," said Judge and English singer, music promoter Sharon Osbourne, who is the wife of singer-songwriter, Ozzy Osbourne (Black Sabbath). "The crossover, classical rock and hip-hop are sensational," she said.
Actor and "America's Got Talent" judge David Hasselhoff said, "You are raw talent, and you also move us with your music. You can makes us rock, make us dance, make us feel so good, just keep it coming."
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