Dale Loyola started his musical career during the rock `n roll phenomena of the late 60's in Hollywood and San Francisco,
where he learned his craft playing with blues and rhythm & blues bands. An immediate success, he expanded his horizons
to several styles. His career has seen him play at such venues as the Whisky A Go-Go, the Fillmore West, the Cow Palace, the
Rose Bowl and the Cheetah, performing with musical legends Dobie Gray, The Hook, The Doors, Boz Skaggs, Paul Butterfield,
Andy Williams, Elvin Bishop, Sinbad and Ray Charles, to name a few.
To date Dale has performed in 22 states and 11 foreign countries, including Hawaii, Alaska, Scandinavia, Las Vegas, the
Mediterranean and the Caribbean. He has done studio recording for Capitol, UNI, A&M and Motown Records, written the award-winning
song, Best of Times, and co-wrote/co-produced several independent productions. During all this, he even found time for a part
in the movie Jurassic Park. Wherever he plays, he brings a unique feel and drive to each performance, as well as a soulful,
sardonic and playful vocal style.
Currently Da Mule (a nickname given Dale while living in Hawaii) is appearing in Reno with The Method and In2It. With
his powerful rhythmic drive and self-demanding style, he's enthusiastically laying down tracks of one of his favorite forms
of music, Good old rock'n'roll!