Driveblind

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Driveblind
Origin Aberdeen, Scotland
Genres Rock
Years active 2000–2009
Labels Geffen Records
Past members Terry McDermott (vocals)
Nick Tyler (lead guitar)
Jack Morrice (bass guitar)
Dave Nicholson (keyboards)
Dave McKay (drums)
Cameron Taylor (rhythm guitar)

Driveblind formed in Aberdeen in Scotland in 2001. Originally a two-piece singer-songwriter partnership comprising Nick Tyler and Terry McDermott, they recorded a few songs on cassette, later recruiting other band members to complete the band.

After quickly establishing themselves on their local music scene, they played several well-attended shows in Aberdeen before then heading across the Atlantic Ocean to perform shows in New York and Los Angeles. A weekend of gigs at the Viper Room in Hollywood, California led to them being noticed by music industry representatives.

They released their debut album on 24 October 2006, via Geffen Records. This band is no longer active since 2008/2009.

Discography[edit]

  • 2006: Driveblind
  • 2008: The Future You Were Promised EP

After Driveblind[edit]

After Driveblind, Terry McDermott left to the United States where he resided and married continuing his musical career in the States. He went on to form Lotus Crush with Candlebox members Peter Klett and Scott Mercado and MIGGS member John Luzzi in 2009. Lotus Crush released its debut record Half Light Morning on March 3, 2011.

On August 1, 2012, it was announced that Terry McDermott had auditioned for Season 3 of the NBC television show The Voice becoming part of Team Blake. On December 18, 2012 Terry was named runner-up on The Voice. He was beat by Cassadee Pope.

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