Roger Wade & Jeanne Danowski are Midnight Moon duo. They express music to fit any engagement, and their styles range from Classic Country and some new country, 50ís, 60ís & 70ís Rock and Blues.

Roger Wade began playing rhythm guitar when he was six, which lead to the discovery of his many musical talents.  During his pursuit of professionalism, his proficiency on other musical instruments such as piano, bass guitar, and drums was realized.  His renditions have been compared to that of the late and great Marty Robbins and Elvis.  Roger is a consummated musician, devoted to his art. 

Roger has accompanied a variety of well known recording artists such as Merle Haggard, Billy Mize, Billy Armstrong, Bonnie Owens, Joe and Rose Lee Maphys, Kay Austin, Sons Of The Pioneers, and Dolly Parton.  They provided him with a solid foundation in the music industry.  He has traveled throughout the U.S. and Canada. 

In 1983 he was nominated for the Canadian Country Music Awards, and in 1985 he was nominated for Favorite Country Artist at Renoís first Grammy Awards.  In 1986 one of Rogerís songs ďThe Devilís LossĒ made the charts in the Bakersfield area.  Randy OíConnor from KUZZ placed the song on his hot sheet at #14, and the following week it went #1. 

Roger has been performing solo on the Nevada casino circuit since 1990, and from 2006 to present with Jeanne Danowski, as Midnight Moon.  Jeanne began her music career at the age of eight, in her church choir and then in high school choir, where she competed in local competitions.  In recent years, she owned her own Karaoke company, performed as a backup singer to local artists, both on their CDís and in concerts (including the Arizona State Fair) and at various restaurants in the Valley.  Since age 14, Jeanne has written over 100 songs, soon to complete her first original CD with Roger Wade.  On July 14, 2005, Jeanne became a published author of the book A Journey Toward Living In A State Of Grace.

Midnight Moon has performed in clubs in Arizona, casinos in Nevada and Utah, local valley resorts, private parties, American Legions, Elks Clubs, Moose Lodges, dinner theaters and special events.  Midnight Moon also performs periodically for charity events such as the Domestic Violence Awareness Day, which benefits victims of domestic violence (where Jeanne devotes one day per week when in town giving free healing sessions to the women, children and staff in the shelters).

To add to their success as favorite entertainers, Midnight Moon performs by request, having no set show for each performance.  This is tremendously popular with the audiences, for generally throughout the night every request that is known to them is played.  They have it all for an entertaining evening, one that surely will not be forgotten. 

It is always voiced, at some point through the evening, that the audience cannot believe the full band sound that is produced by two people.