Dale Enstrom is is taking his extensive experience in genres that include funk, classic rock, indie, and blues and bringing it all together into, what else...COUNTRY!

Currently, Dale is performing live with Kenny Frye Band, (KFB) a high energy, modern country band. This cover band is pummeling the region with its raucous, gritty style of country and is a band requested by venues over and over. Dale also functions as a session player for other artists in their recording projects. An example of such a project is “Tied To The Stone, Time of Light”, a 16 song CD by Dan Worley that features Dale taking on the keyboard duties. Another recently released CD project is Let Not Your heart Be Troubled by Carolyn Wing Greenlee. This is a Christian album of her original songs with all lyrics coming from Bible scripture. Dale covered most of the keys on this project as well.

“Saying that Dale is merely an amazing pianist, song writer, and overall musician would be doing him a great disservice...I have known him since I was a boy and have always found him to be honorable, trustworthy, and an outstanding example of what a God-fearing man should be like” - T. Ramirez

His earlier experience included the band, Funk n’ Jive that, as the name implies, covered funk style music and toured the west coast circuit. Si years with a Styx tribute band deepened his understanding of synth programming and semi-progressive styles of playing (see video). North Coast Sound System, is an indie project that included band members Robert Watson on bass (lead guitarist for James Brown) and Billy Johnson, drummer (Santana) along with songwriters Dan Worley and Peter Wilson. (see video)

Future goals include returning to the recording studio with original songs and to put together a performance organization as well as continuing to develop the current performing KFB project.
Experienced and comfortable on both stage and in the studio, Dale continues to contribute in creativity and performance on every project.http://tiedtothestone.comhttp://carolynwinggreenlee.com/let-not-your-heart-be-troubled/http://carolynwinggreenlee.com/let-not-your-heart-be-troubled/https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=67&v=eqKLYh1qDN4https://www.facebook.com/peterwilsonmusic/videos/vob.1186447689/424673035854/?type=2&theatershapeimage_3_link_0shapeimage_3_link_1shapeimage_3_link_2shapeimage_3_link_3shapeimage_3_link_4

Greatest Musical Influences

The Beatles

Lee Michaels

Keith Green

Keith Emerson

Chester Thompson

Gregg Rollie

Joe Sample

Joe Zawinul

Dennis DeYoung

Lawrence Gowan

Jimmy Smith

John Novello

Current Rig
Hammond XK-3C
Nektar LX88 MIDI Board running
    Studio 3 PRO
    Spectronics Keyscape

Kurzweil K2500 with extensive sample library
Muse Receptor 2 w/NI

Related Links

  1. Album - Tied To The Stone

  2. Album - The Battle Belongs To The Lord

  3. Album - Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled

Dale Enstrom

photo by Arnold Chin


  1. The Kenny Frye Band (2013 - 2018)

  2. North Coast Sound System (2010)

  3. Renegade a Tribute to STYX (2008 - 2013)

  4. Tied To The Stone (2005 - 2008)

  5. Watershed (2003 - 2005)

  6. Isaac (1974 - 1980)

  7. Brittian (1974)

  8. Funk 'n Jive (1970 - 1974)

  9. Gold Dust (1967 - 1969)

  10. Sweet Blues (1965 - 1967)

  11. The Rogues (1963 - 1965)


  1. Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled (Carolyn Wing Greenlee) (2015-New version)

  2. North Coast Sound System (2010)

  3. American Heart (Bob Fischetti) (In production)

  4. Tied To The Stone - Time of Light (Dan Worley) (2008)

  5. Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled (Carolyn Wing Greenlee) (1994)

  6. Your Love Held Me Up Today (Bob Fischetti) (1992)

  7. The Battle Belongs To The Lord: Songs of the Soldier #1 (Carolyn Wing Greenlee) (1990)

  8. As My Spirit Calls (1989)

  9. Your Spirit In Me (Dale Enstrom)  (1989)

  10. God in Concert (1979)

  11. Temporary Alien - Isaac (Ken Norberg) (1978)

Sound Tracks for Musicals

  1. What'cha Are in the Dark (1986)

  2. His Last Days (1985)

  3. God's Project (1985)

  4. Mary Had a Little Lamb (1984)

  5. Antshillvania (1983)

photo by Arnold Chinhttp://fritzchin.com/shapeimage_5_link_0