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Jon Pousette Dart Performing at the Plymouth Folk Festival in Plymouth, MA on July 13th, 2008
|Genres||Soft rock, country rock|
|Years active||1973–1981, 1991|
The Pousette-Dart Band (also known as PDB) was an American soft rock group active in the 1970s and early 1980s. Originally conceived in 1973 as a string band from Cambridge, Massachusetts, PDB comprised Jon Pousette-Dart, John Troy and John Curtis. With a shift to a more commercially oriented sound and a steady succession of additional personnel, the group went on to record a series of albums for their label Capitol Records, two of which(Amnesia and Pousette-Dart Band 3) made the Billboard Top 200. Their single "For Love" reached #83 on the Billboard charts.
Although the band formally broke up in 1981, members reunited in 1991 for a series of concerts, and a "Best Of" album was released in 1994. Since then collaborations between various former personnel have continued, with original members Jon Pousette-Dart and John Troy also launching solo careers.
- 1976 - Pousette Dart Band
- 1977 - Amnesia
- 1977 - The Pousette Dart Band live at Sigma Sound, Philadelphia
- 1979 - Pousette-Dart Band 3
- 1980 - Never Enough
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