Kendall Dean has had the opportunity and privilege to play with some of the very same artists that you hear on everyday radio stations. For example: Stars Go Dim, Jeremiah, Kyle Williams, and John Hull. Kendall Dean is still in full rotation on Mountaineer Radio, Eastern Oklahoma State College Oklahoma. Kendall performed at Dfest alongside famous musicians, The Roots, and All American Rejects. He has also performed on Channel 8 & 23, The Spirit Bank Center in Owasso, Fly Trap in Tulsa, Muskogee Civic Center, The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, where Carrie Underwood and Color Me Bad have also performed. Kendall is one of the founders of the Dean Williams Band. Their music is currently being sold on iTunes. Being a strong man of God, Kendall feels driven to become a positive influence on today's adolescence music. He has completely left the pop industry, and since his departure he has been writing for different organizations such as, the Hailey Dunn Foundation, and Bee Herz. He also has a new interest and focus on writing music to help missing children in the United States. Kendall Dean is under the direction of Michael Wittig and Lester Estelle from the well known Christian band Pillar. Pillar has sold over 800,000 records and was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2008.