Andrew C. White, Sammy Pawlak, Marshall Webb, and Doug Teel began singing together in the early nineties while performing with the Hollywood Hi-Tones at Universal Studios Florida. Return 2 Zero was formed in 1994 and began singing at various theme parks and conventions. They competed in several national a cappella competitions, winning prestigious honors in group and arrangement categories. The extraordinary arranging talents of Doug Teel and Marshall Webb have carved out the sound that millions have grown to love from Return 2 Zero. For 14 years “the guys” surprised and delighted crowds daily at Disney’s Hollywood Studios as “Four for a Dollar” They have most recently been seen at Sea World Orlando singing at the Polar Express Experience.
Andrew C. White is the husband of his inspiration, April and the father of four children (Jesse, Juliet, Olivia, Reese). He started singing professionally right out of High School with well-known gospel artists, including Larnelle Harris, then joined the Hollywood Hi-Tones in Orlando. A Founding member of Return 2 Zero, Andrew performed at Disney for 14 years. Andrew is also an extraordinary audio engineer and works with Florida Hospital as an IT Project Manager.
Sammy Pawlak began singing with his family in church as a child, playing in Heavy Metal garage bands in Jr. High, competing with a show choir in High School, and has been making a living as a musician since he was a 19 year old baritone with the Hollywood Hi-Tones at Universal Studios. Sammy and his wife Shannon are the pastors and founders of God’s House Orlando, a contemporary church, ministering to entertainers. Sammy is the proud father of two daughters, Hannah and Selah.
Marshall Webb has been singing and arranging vocal music most of his life. His arrangements have been published by University of Northern Colorado Jazz Press and have been sung by groups all over the world. Original tenor for the Hollywood Hi-Tones, and founding member of Return 2 Zero, he is a proficient studio vocalist, recording for clients such as Warner Brothers. Marshall believes he would not have been able to enjoy his musical successes without the support of his beautiful wife, Kay and loving children, Scott and Ashley.
Doug Teel grew up in Kansas City, Missouri and has had an accomplished musical career. He began singing at “Worlds of Fun” in Kansas City, and “Six Flags” over St. Louis. Doug played sax at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and sang with the Hollywood Hi-Tones at Universal Studios. He is a founding member of Return 2 Zero and has been a recognizable studio voice for “Chuck E. Cheese” Restaurants and “Reppies” a PBS Children’s show. Doug and his wife Lisa have two sons (Noah and Isaac). He currently serves as Senior Pastor and founder of Calvary Chapel of the Lakes in Eustis, FL.