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|Birth name||John David Dunlop|
|Also known as||Dave Dunlop|
September 18, 1965 |
in Ottawa, Ontario Canada
|Genres||Hard rock, Rock, Classical, Flamenco, Jazz, Blues|
|Occupations||Guitarist, Songwriter, Producer, Recording Engineer|
|Years active||1990 - present|
|Associated acts||Triumph, Strung-Out Troubadours, The Full Nine|
|Dean Guitars (endroser)
Gibson Guitars (endorser)
Traynor Amplifiers (endorser)
John David “Dave” Dunlop (born September 18, 1965 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada is a guitarist, composer, producer, recording engineer, and vocalist. Dunlop was a member, writer, guitarist, and back-up singer in Canadian rock band The Full Nine (Disney’s Mammoth Records). Since 1990, he has had a successful musical relationship with Rik Emmett, sharing guitar-playing duties in The Rik Emmett Band, Strung-Out Troubadours, and, most recently, Triumph.
In 2007, Strung-Out Troubadours won "Album of the Year” and “Group/Duo Of The Year” at the Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards, where they were the most heavily-nominated act. Both Dunlop and his partner Rik Emmett were also nominated for "Best Guitarist"].
- 1998 Insulin - Insulin
- 2002 The Full Nine - The Full Nine
- 2004 Dead Wait - The Full Nine
- 2006 Strung-Out Troubadours - Strung-Out Troubadours (with Rik Emmett)
- 2006 Live at Hugh's Room - Strung-Out Troubadours (with Rik Emmett)
- 2009 Push & Pull - Strung-Out Troubadours (with Rik Emmett)
- 2011 ReCovery Room 9- Strung-Out Troubadours ( with Rik Emmett)
- 2012 Then Again: songs from the Triumph Catalogue- Rik Emmett ( produced/recorded by Dave)
- Library and Archives Canada. "AMICUS No. 32492039". www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/lac-bac/search-recherche/all-tout.php. canada.gc.ca/main_e.html. Retrieved 16 January 2011.
- Library and Archives Canada. "AMICUS No. 33372104". www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/lac-bac/search-recherche/all-tout.php. canada.gc.ca/main_e.html. Retrieved 16 January 2011.
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