White Rose Formal
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White Rose Formal

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The best kept secret in music



White Rose Formal, The Lesti Huff Band
County Line (I-10, 6 p.m.) —Benefit for the Fisher House Foundation will feature the young rock band White Rose Formal and the roots rock of Huff and her band. - MySanAntonio

"The Ataris, Westbound Departure, White Rose Formal"

The Ataris, from Indiana, play pop punk, and they're on the road with a new CD, "Welcome the Night" (Sanctuary). White Rose Formal is a young rock quintet from S.A. Most of the members attend Clark High School and a debut EP is in the works - MySanAntonio


currently recording an EP,
4 songs can be heard on the myspace site-


Feeling a bit camera shy


Seleste Villarreal, lead vocals
--Bio to come

Kyle Mahnke, backup vocals, guitarist
--Kyle is a senior at Clark and has been influenced by music his entire life. He plays the guitar, (acoustic, electric, and bass), as well as a number of other instruments, from the saxophone to the tuba. He is the Vice President of the Clark High School Band and enjoys playing lacrosse for St. Anthony’s Catholic High School. He hopes to attend Texas State University to major in Marketing, but dreams of becoming a successful musician.

Will Hickman, pianist, harmony vocals
--Will, also a senior at Clark, has been playing the piano since early youth and has competed and received awards and honors in several state-wide competitions. He also plays the saxophone and guitar, is a member of the Clark High School Band, does recording internships, and manages another small band. Will hopes to attend Texas State University to study music production and aspires to open up his own recording studio.

Max Baenen, bass guitarist
--Max, a sophomore at Clark, is a talented bass guitarist with a passion for music. His former guitar teacher, an alumnus of the renowned Berklee College of Music, describes Max as a dedicated and highly talented student. Max is active in his youth group at Castle Hills Baptist Church and is a member of the Clark High School Jazz Band. He describes music as “the love of his life” and hopes to study music education at Ohio State.

Clayton Lillard, drummer, backup vocals
--Clayton is a senior at Communications Arts High School and has been playing music since the age of five. He plays water polo for his school, is in the choir, the Environment Club, and actively participates in contributing to the community; he is known nationwide for Clayton’s Backyard Crew, a group of kids who fix used bicycles to give to prisoners’ children. Clayton has recently been accepted to the Berklee College of Music, where he hopes to pursue a career in contemporary writing and production.

With great talent and lively personalities, the band never ceases to entertain with their one-of-a-kind music. The band currently plays regularly at shows at the live music venue, The Sanctuary, in San Antonio. They have also played shows at The White Rabbit in San Antonio and The Door in Dallas, as well as private events.

Gloria Chan, Public Relations
(210) 355-1996