David Glen Eisley

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David Glen Eisley
David Eisley, Olivia Hussey, India Eisley at Cinema City Film Festival day 2 1 (cropped).jpg
Background information
Birth name David Glen Eisley
Born (1952-09-05) September 5, 1952 (age 64)
Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Hard rock, heavy metal, AOR
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter
Instruments Vocals, keyboards, drums
Labels Frontiers
Associated acts Giuffria
Dirty White Boy
Craig Goldy
Murderer's Row
Website Official website

David Glen Eisley (born September 5, 1952) is an American rock singer, songwriter, and actor.

Eisley was born in Los Angeles, California, and is the son of actor Anthony Eisley (1925-2003) and Judith Tubbs Eisley (1929-1994); both parents are deceased. While in high school, he played drums for the band Mammoth, an Iron Butterfly cover band. He is most well known for being the lead singer for the AOR bands Sorcery (1980-1983), Giuffria (1983–1988) and Dirty White Boy (1988–1991). His biggest success came with the band Giuffria, when their hit single "Call to the Heart" reached #15 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1985.[1] David has also appeared in the television shows Beverly Hills, 90210 and 7th Heaven, the movie Action Jackson and has acted in various commercials. Eisley's rock ballad "Sweet Victory" was featured in the 2001 SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Band Geeks".[2][3]

Personal life[edit]

Before settling into music, Eisley spent much of his early days playing baseball. He eventually reached Double-A for the San Francisco Giants, commuting back and forth between games and club gigs.

He is married to actress Olivia Hussey with whom he has one daughter, India Eisley. He is the older brother of Jonathan Erickson Eisley.

Later years[edit]

In 2017, Eisley was featured as lead vocalist on three songs on Bob Kulick's album, Skeletons in the Closet.[4]



  1. ^ "Giuffria - Chart history | Billboard". www.billboard.com. Retrieved 28 June 2016. 
  2. ^ Maron, John; Brady, Bradford (22 October 2015). "ON THE RECORD: What '80s rock ballad was SpongeBob jamming out to?". Retrieved 28 June 2016. 
  3. ^ Buczek, Ben (25 September 2015). "Why ‘Sweet Victory’ is the greatest song of all time". Retrieved 28 June 2016. 
  4. ^ http://melodicrock.com/articles/news-feed/2017/08/02/bob-kulick-unleashes-his-skeletons-closet

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