Dave Reynolds (musician)

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Dave Reynolds
Birth nameDavid George Reynolds
Born (1972-02-12) 12 February 1972 (age 47)
Windhoek, Namibia
Occupation(s)Musician, composer, producer
InstrumentsSteelpan, acoustic guitar
LabelsCaveman Music

David George Reynolds (born 12 February 1972) is an award-winning South African composer and multi-instrumentalist whose tour de force centers on the steelpans.

Early years[edit]

Reynolds' love for music was triggered at an early age. He graduated from Rhodes University cum laude in 1993 and moved to Johannesburg where after winning a SAMRO Composer’s Award he began performing and recording alongside Tananas bass player Gito Baloi.[1]

Over the years Reynolds has toured the world and worked in a number of projects with many musicians, a few of them includes Hugh Masekela, Sipho Gumede, Jeff Maluleke, Paul Hanmer and Pops Mohamed, Concord Nkabinde, Andy Narell.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "artSMart: PAUL HANMER & DAVE REYNOLDS". artsmart.co.za.
  2. ^ "PAUL HANMER (S.A. pianist) & DAVE REYNOLDS (steelpan virtuoso)" (PDF) (Press release). Durban: UKZN. 16 February 2011. Retrieved 2015-09-09.