Dario Seixas Filho (born March 11, 1971) is a rock bass player, who most recently played with the multi-platinum band Jack Russell's Great White. He has also toured with the Hard Rock band Firehouse and recorded their 2003 release Prime Time. He has been credited by Brazilian media as the first Brazilian musician to play in a top Hard Rock band. Seixas has also toured with metal legend Stephen Pearcy of RATT, and is a current member of the bands Goodbye Thrill and Crown of Thorns. His stage presence and bass tricks have earned him the reputation of a "not to miss" performance.
Born and raised in Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Son of Dario Seixas and Suelly Motta Seixas, Seixas started playing bass at age 14, inspired by the performance of rock band "KISS" at his home town in 1983. He studied 3 years of music theory at the conservatory of music of Rio de Janeiro and had lessons with multiple bass teachers. At age 17 he decided that he needed to move to the States in order to play Hard Rock, which was not popular in Brazil at the time. At 19 he sold everything he had and followed his dreams to America.
2001 – Joins Jive recording artist Amsterdam for a US tour opening for Ratt
2002 – Records an album with Glass Wolfe, featuring Phillip Wolfe(Impelitery, Wasp) on keys, Howie Simon(Jeff Scott Sotto), on guitar and Stefan Svensson on Drums.
2003 – Joins multi-platinum band Firehouse and records their critically acclaimed album "Prime Time". He toured extensively with the band and shared the stage with rock and roll greats, such as Poison, Skid Row, Vince Neil, Great White, Sammy Hagar, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Loverboy, GrandFunk Railroad, LA Guns, Quiet Riot, Dokken, Night Ranger and XYZ. Seixas parts ways with the band later that year.
2004 – Toured Brazil with an early version of Goodbye Thrill, at the time called Monkey Bite. This line up included Gustavo Monsanto, Marco Ferreira and Alex Ferreira. They perform live at a popular local TV Show.
2004 – Seixas plays a few shows with Anthrax's original singer, Neil Turbin, including a couple of dates with King's X. Personal differences splits the band.
2006 – Seixas records female Argentinian guitar sensation Carina Alfie's album Electric Fuzz. Sessions were done at Steve Vai's Mothership Studio. This album included Linda McDonald from Phantom Blue.
2007 – Seixas Joins Kivel Records artist Goodbye Thrill. They play, amongst others, the now infamous, "Melodicrock.com Fest #1" alongside many popular acts such as Nelson and Jeff Scott Soto.
2009 – Seixas Joins Takara as lead singer and bass player.
2009 – Goodbye Thrill opens for Dokken, Skid Row, Bret Michaels and other acts at Rockfest in IA. They also go into the studio to record their new release.