Dave Waterbury

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Dave Waterbury
Genres Pop, rock
Occupations Musician, singer-songwriter, producer
Instruments Bass, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, vocals, keyboard, drums
Years active 1979–present
Website http://www.davewaterbury.net/

Dave Waterbury is an American music producer, musician, and songwriter from Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

General information[edit]

Waterbury was a member the rock band Spirit,[1] having of played bass guitar and sang on three tours in the 1980s. He was also a member of and toured with the group The Box Tops in 1979.

Background[edit]

As musician, producer, songwriter, or all three at once, Waterbury has worked with members of The Doors (Robbie Krieger), and Suicidal Tendencies guitarist (Anthony Gallo), Tears for Fears, the late, great Randy California, Pink, Mark Kendall of Great White, Ray Charles, 4 Non Blondes, Michael Jackson (Leon Abner), Terri Nunn of Berlin, Betsy of "Bitch", Marco Mendoza (of Whitesnake and Ted Nugent), The Zeros[disambiguation needed]' Sammy Serious, Paul McCartney & Wings, The Doobie Brothers (Michael McDonald and Keith Knutsen), Guitar Jack, Uli Jon Roth of Scorpions, drummer Brian Tichy, Los Angeles Lakers cheerleaders, Chris Poland of Megadeth, David Eagle (Tina Turner's band), and bassist Renny J of (Parliament) and Donna Summer.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. "Biography: Spirit". Allmusic. Retrieved 1 June 2010. 

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