David Nance

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David Nance is an American rock guitarist, singer, and songwriter from Grand Island, Nebraska.

Nance was born in Grand Island and lived there as a child before moving to Omaha, where he gigged locally as a singer-songwriter.[1] He played live and self-produced and released lo-fi demo recordings which brought him local attention; some of these were whole-album covers of records such as Berlin by Lou Reed, Goats Head Soup by the Rolling Stones, and Beatles For Sale.[2] In 2013 he relocated to Los Angeles where he recorded three albums' worth of material, all of which he scrapped, describing them as "failed attempts".[1] In 2016, his album More than Enough was picked up for distribution by Ba Da Bing Records. He followed in 2017 with a second release for Ba Da Bing, Negative Boogie, and toured the United States after it was issued in July of that year.[3] Despite having been recorded formally in a studio, the album retained the lo-fi styling of Nance's earlier work.[4]

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