The DAPPER DANS have a tradition of entertaining audiences in the Magic Kingdom since 1959. Their unique combination of barbershop harmony, vaudevillian antics, tap-dancing, and Deagan Organ Chimes truly enhances the charming turn-of-the-century atmosphere of Walt Disney's Main St., U.S.A. Recently they had the distinction to recreate the famous singing busts from the Disneyland Resort's "Haunted Mansion" attraction, singing opposite Eddie Murphy in Disney's The Haunted Mansion movie. Perhaps their most famous TV credit is providing the singing voices for The B-Sharps' hit "Baby On Board" on The Simpsons fifth-season episode, "Homer's Barbershop Quartet." Numerous other TV credits include That '70s Show and Home Improvement. Notable Southern California appearances include singing in Laguna Beach Festival of Arts' Pageant of the Masters - a splendid recreation of Norman Rockwell's classic barbershop quartet cover from The Saturday Evening Post. Most recently, this past New Year's Day, the Dapper Dans were seen by more than a billion TV viewers riding and singing on their four-seat bicycle in the 2005 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena. They travel extensively, performing their classic routines throughout the U.S. and have several CD recordings to their credit. They are thrilled to be making their Hollywood Bowl debut.