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Dina Preston Band: Tumbleweed Gala at the Phoenician

This week’s featured gig is Tumbleweed’s Annual Gala being held at the Phoenician Saturday, April 12, with cocktails starting at 5:30. This outstanding organization has been serving the homeless youth for over 40 years. For ticket information, please click: http://www.tumbleweed.org/

SEN Design Group's 20TH Anniversary Concert

The Dina Preston Band performs for the 20TH Anniversary of SEN Design Group. at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort. Located on 500 acres of high Sonoran Desert terrain in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, our full-service Tucson, Arizona hotel offers a beautiful destination setting in the heart of Arizona..http://lnkd.in/bn-xfAB

Dina Preston Band @ DC Ranch: Starlight Concert Series

We are looking forward to kicking off this DC Ranch Concert Series Friday, March 21! Residents are invited to bring picnic dinners, blankets and chairs to the park while watching the live concert and the performance. For more information, contact the Community Council at 480.342.7178. http://dinaprestonband.com/2014/03/dc-ranch-starlight-concert-series/

TONIGHT! the Dina Preston Band "Ambassadors of Goodwill" in concert!

TONIGHT! Bring the whole family and enjoy the Dina Preston Band "Ambassadors of Goodwill" in concert March 14th Show starts @ 6pm. Bill Luke Bass Days is the Southwest's largest family fishing tournament and festival. http://www.billlukebassdays.com/live-music/

Dina Preston Band in concert March 14th

Dina Preston Band in concert March 14th Show starts @ 6pm. Bill Luke Bass Days is the Southwest's largest family fishing tournament and festival. http://lnkd.in/bb_2sui

Dina Preston Band in concert March 14th!

Dina Preston Band "Ambassadors of Goodwill" in concert March 14th Show starts @ 6pm. Bill Luke Bass Days is the Southwest's largest family fishing tournament and festival - held March 14, 15, 16 at Lake Pleasant. http://lnkd.in/bb_2sui

Dina Preston Band Headlines Bill Luke Bass Days

Bill Luke Bass Days is the Southwest's largest family fishing tournament and festival - held March 14,15,16, (3/14 with The Dina Preston Band,at Lake Pleasant. This year's is sure to be one of our biggest events! For the fishermen we are featuring over $50,000 in cash prizes. For everyone, we will have a day and night time festival featuring a Cornhole Tournament, carnival rides, vendors, food, wildlife exhibits and live . http://www.billlukebassdays.com/

Take 5 and listen to "I Can't Wait" climbing the charts!

Take 5 and listen to "I Can't Wait" climbing the charts! http://www.reverbnation.com/dinaprestonband/song/18373175-i-cant-wait

Salute To Our Veteran's "Field of Blue" Dina Preston Band Video

“Field of Blue” was written in tribute to our men and women who served and are stationed overseas in the Armed Forces. You are the”STARS” in the “FIELD of BLUE” The Dina Preston Band has performed over 20 Armed Forces Entertainment and U.S. Embassy Tours representing Arizona and the United States as Ambassadors of Goodwill in over 40 countries to provide “Music from Home” for our government personnel, troops and their families stationed abroad. Currently the Dina Preston Band is working on producing documentary on their two decades of music and service to U.S. military personal and families stationed overseas and in war zones titled “Music from Home”. (Click on Link) http://dinaprestonband.com/field-of-blue-video/

Dina Preston Band Wins Hearts for American Music and Makes a Splash in Hungary!

Arizona-based Dina Preston Band visited Hungary during September 7-14, 2013. They gave stunning performances in Budapest, Eger, Debrecen and Pecs and highlighted the best of what American country, bluegrass and rock can offer. In Budapest, at the Millenaris Cultural Center they performed in the framework of Nyelvparade (Language Fair), a study fair where the Embassy set up a booth to promote opportunities to learn American English and provided information on scholarships to American universities. An audience of hundred people from a wide-range of age groups enjoyed the performance and requested a number of anchors. Band leader, Dina Preston, who has a doctorate in Business Administration, also gave lectures throughout the bands tour on small business global management, and marketing. At the American Corner Budapest she talked to the full-house audience about a small business’ opportunities to engage in global markets and work internationally. In Eger, the local Shopping Mall and Community Center, Agria Park, provided an excellent out-doors location and the band called up excited local girls to the stage to sing with them as vocalists. The energetic and engaging style of the band created a vibrant atmosphere and thereby strongly strengthened U.S.-Hungarian people-to-people relationships and lead to the reinforcement of the Embassy’s positive image among Eger citizens. Dina Preston and her band made a splash on the third leg of their Hungary tour in Debrecen on September11, 2013. The band’s concert in the Debrecen Cultural Center was a resounding success where they performed country music infused with pop, rock and jazz. About 100 people attended the concert along with two local line dancing groups. One of their songs was dedicated to the victims of 9/11 and another one was especially composed for the Hungary tour. Before the concert, Dina Preston gave a presentation on small business management at the University of Debrecen discussing topics as differentiating yourself in an international business environment, ethical awakening, environmental sustainability and industry norms and standards. The presentation and the concert were supported by the local American Corner. In Pecs, the band performed in the Ghandi High School, the most important secondary school in Hungary that helps disadvantage Roma youth to develop their skills. The band enchanted the young Roma audience who sang and danced along with the musicians. Significance: With the assistance of the American art envoys Mission Budapest could showcase cultural diplomacy at its best. A number of media (kulturpart.hu, Eger and Debrecen online media) informed about the performances and the Embassy’s support of bringing the Dina Preston Band to Hungary. By selecting a versatile envoy, the Embassy turned the Department’s economic statecraft into practice and made young people think business-savvy and highlighted business opportunities that can lead to creating their own small businesses. The band reached out to disadvantaged groups of people and showed good examples of providing equal opportunities for all.