David Bryson

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David Bryson
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David Bryson in 1987, playing with Mr Dog
Background information
Birth name David Bryson
Genres Alternative rock
Pop
Rock and Roll
Occupations Singer-songwriter, Guitarist, Engineer, Record producer
Instruments Guitar, Vocalist
Years active 1991-present
Labels Geffen
Associated acts Counting Crows
Website www.countingcrows.com

David Bryson (born October 5, 1961),[1] is a guitarist and vocalist for Counting Crows. He was a student of guitarist Joe Satriani. Prior to forming Counting Crows with Adam Duritz, he produced recordings by Duritz and his band, The Himalayans, from San Francisco, California. He formed Counting Crows with Duritz in San Francisco in 1991.[2]

Bryson owned and operated Dancing Dog Studios, a 16-track facility located in the warehouse district of Emeryville, California, from the mid-1980s until it closed in 1997.[3] Many San Francisco Bay area acts recorded at Dancing Dog with Bryson producing and engineering.

Bryson was a member of Mr. Dog prior to co-founding Counting Crows. Before that, he was a member of the Berkeley based band The Clique, which was signed briefly to Bill Graham Management during the mid 1980s.

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