- Tenor: Steve Iannacchione
- Lead: Mark Green
- Bari: Steve Legters
- Bass: Dave Kindinger
- 1990 - 1st
|Right From The Start (1993)||Chasing A Dream (1996)||More of the Different (2000)|
|Zing! Went The Strings Of My Heart||The Rhythm of Life||Happy Together|
|If You Had All The World And Its Gold||Don't Break the Heart That Loves You||Sudden Love|
|That's Life!||'Taint No Sin||Many Tears Ago|
|Blue, Turning Grey Over You||Stand By Me||Love Me Tender|
|The Original Dixieland One-Step||Bye Bye Blues||Crazy|
|Stars Fell On Alabama||Gospel Medley||Operator|
|Right From The Start She Had My Heart||Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree||Moonlight In Vermont|
|Can't You Heart Me Callin' Caroline||South Rampart Street Parade||I Got A Gal In Kalamazoo|
|Georgia On My Mind/Sweet Georgia Brown||Love Me and the World Is Mine||Wir Machen Musik|
|My Buddy||The Rhythm of Life||When I Lost You|
|I Didn't Want To Fall||The Impossible Dream||We Shall Overcome|
|It Is Well With My Soul||Great Day|
Joker's Wild was formed in August of 1990 when the original four members met informally at the Buckeye Invitational in Columbus, Ohio and harmonized together. The sound and enthusiasm of the evening convinced them to form a quartet to showcase their natural blend.
After winning the Johnny Appleseed District (JAD) Quartet Championship in October of 1990, Joker's Wild went on to represent JAD at the 1991 International contest in Louisville, Kentucky. In their first appearance on the international stage, Joker's Wild placed 10th. The next year they moved up to 5th place Bronze Medalists. In Calgary Alberta, Canada they became the 1993 2nd place silver medalists.
And finally, in July 1994 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, they reached the ultimate goal of most barbershop quartet singers by becoming the 1994 International Champions.
Since winning the International Championship, Steve Iannacchione (tenor), Mark Green (lead), Steve Legters (bari) and Dave Kindinger (bass) have been featured on shows and concerts throughout the world. They have entertained audiences in the United States, Canada, Germany, Italy, France, and Spain. The quartet has also performed on national television, including Good Morning America, and radio spots across the United States.