Performing an average of 300 shows a year for more than two decades, the Dynatones are one of San Francisco's busiest R&B bands. Formed as the backup band for blues harmonica player/vocalist Charlie Musselwhite, the Dynatones have continued to excite crowds with their high-energy performances. They represented the Miller Brewing Company, as part of their Miller Genuine Draft "Band Network," for seven years, and performed at the NFL Commissioner's "official" Super Bowl party in Miami. They accompanied soul vocalist Sir Mack Rice on his 1992 album, Right Now. Lead singer Marcus Scott was heard in an off-camera performance in the film, Peggy Sue Got Married.