Wayne Tympanick Quintet
Wayne began his music career as a full time student at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, where he studied drum set with Alan Dawson. During that time he did extensive touring with the popular singing group The Platters and was fortunate to play with the great Czechoslovakian pianist and composer Yan Hammer, who went on to write sound scores for many shows including Miami Vice.Following graduation from Berklee Wayne performed locally in the Boston area and also toured with Full Circle for the USO. Wayne decided to dedicate himself to a career in Music Education, working as a high school band director in Texas. He also played with a number of noted bands, including the Glenn Miller Orchestra, the Guy Lombardo Orchestra, and many Texas jazz groups.