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David grew up in Massachusetts and was interested in music at a very early age. At the age of nine, he wrote the beginnings of a song on piano. In his teens, he began singing, playing guitar and then, joined a drum corps. It was said that he was a natural drummer. He was able to make snare his first year. Later he moved onto the drum kit and mastered it quickly as well. At this point he was already writing and recording songs on an old 4 track reel to reel. He was also in many bands in different positions, honing his talents and learning about performing live. In 1985 he made a hard rock demo album. Then in 1987 he recorded another and then another and so it goes. He learned to play all the instruments at a professional level out of necessity and has been working and practicing hard ever since. He is a veteran of the stage and studio as well. In 1990, after putting out an album called "In Vain", he decided to find out about the artists who influenced his influences. He headed straight for the blues, studying Albert King, Charles Brown, Howlin Wolf, Muddy Waters, Junior Wells and Buddy Guy. The next step was Chuck Berry, and Bill Haley and the Comets.

After this he played in blues bands and made two blues albums in 1994 and 1995. Then he made another three albums in different genres. He played in a couple of local bands "Thin Ice" and "the Stray Horns" In 1996 he sang in a Yes tribute band called “Yessongs”. In 2003 he put out a concept album featuring different time signatures, Violin bow guitar, Theremin and wild synth. It was about a long trip into space seeking answers to the problems of mankind. It was called "the Journey" Now in 2006, he released 2 new albums called "King Kong Blues/The Return of Rock N Roll". "This is truly a dream come true” says David.  

"I think everybody from the days of rock-n-roll, including the Rolling stones, Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy, Chuck Berry and so many more, would love these albums". "I hope they will get a chance to hear them" says David.

David is not signed by a major label, but says he will continue to make albums as long as he can.