Dan Stevens (musician)

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Dan Stevens
Stevens (left) performs with Dead Milkmen band mate Rodney Linderman in 2010
Background information
Also known as Dandrew This
Born (1978-10-19) October 19, 1978 (age 38)
Genres Punk rock, indie rock
Instruments Bass guitar, keyboards, guitar
Years active 1996–present
Labels Chunksaah Records, Schuylkill Records
Associated acts The Dead Milkmen, The Low Budgets, Blast Ignite

Daniel Keith "Dandrew" Stevens (born October 19, 1978 in New Jersey) is an American musician and songwriter.

Stevens is the current bassist in the punk rock group The Dead Milkmen, replacing the deceased Dave Schulthise for Dead Milkmen reunion performances in 2004 [1][2] and officially joining the band during their 2008 reformation.[3] Stevens has also played in several Philadelphia-area bands, including The Low Budgets (with Dead Milkmen bandmate Joe Genaro),[2] Farquar Muckenfuss, The Uptown Welcomes, and V.A.K.E.P.O.R.

Stevens is frequently referred to by the nickname "Dandrew". He is the father of three children.


  1. ^ "The Week in Review". The Morning Call. Allentown, Pennsylvania. Nov 27, 2004. pp. D.5. Joe Jack Talcum, drummer Dean Clean and replacement bassist Dan Stevens delivered yeoman efforts, as animated primary vocalist-keyboardist-tin whistlist Rodney Anonymous propelled the band through a strong 30-song set. 
  2. ^ a b "Rebottled for 1 night". Philadelphia Daily News. Sep 23, 2004. Dan Stevens, of Milkmen guitarist Joe Jack Talcum's current band the Low Budgets, will fill on bass. 
  3. ^ Hillis, Roger (Mar 12, 2010). "Milkmen guitarist plays solo show". The News Journal. Wilmington, Delaware. The Dead Milkmen are back ... Bassist Dan Stevens, who plays with Genaro in a side project called The Low Budgets, played the memorial concerts and all subsequent shows 

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