Dyna hails from El Paso Texas, where she began her musical expedition at the age of 4 by attending Yamaha Music School. There, she learned to read and write music, as well as play a variety of instruments. Upon departing from the school, she began taking piano lessons. She also began playing guitar around the age of 12, and soon after picked up the bass guitar and began playing in the school jazz band. Influenced by artists such as Aerosmith, Heart, Blondie and Led Zeppelin (to name a few), Dyna joined her first rock band as a lead singer/keyboard player at the age of 13. Over the next few years, she would play in several bands throughout El Paso and Dallas, mostly as a bass player and/or singer. Since moving to Los Angeles, she has played bass in several rock acts, including Warbride, Sister Strange, 12 Angry Men, and Phantom Blue. Some of her other projects include being a back-up singer for Capitol recording artist Rob Vinton (son of Bobby Vinton), and playing bass guitar in "The Bud Light Ladies" back-up band, The Party Girls. Most recently, she has been fronting the all-female tribute acts ThundHerStruck (AC/DC) and Hammer of the Broads (Led Zeppelin).

During the summer of 2000, Dyna hooked up with producer Mars Lasar and began working on her self-titled debut CD. Their first song, Innocent Affair, attracted quite a bit of attention and the CD was featured on KLOS's Local Licks radio show.


Dyna is currently wrapping up production on her second CD, entitled 2DY4, which will be released in early 2012. She is also shooting a video for one of the songs from the new release - a song called "Superstar". More information coming soon, so stay tuned!


Dyna's heritage is a mix of Japanese, Spanish and English. She has been studying martial arts for over 10 years, and currently possesses a 1st degree black belt in the style of Tang Soo Do. Some of her other hobbies include yoga, scuba diving, surfing and horseback riding. Dyna also has a B.A. degree in Chemistry from Occidental College and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from UCLA.

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