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|Also known as||"Dizzy Dean"|
|Genres||Glam metal, hard rock, folk rock|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, drums, harmonica, tambourine, piano, percussion, bass guitar, acoustic guitar|
|Associated acts||Britny Fox, Blackeyed Susan|
"Dizzy" Dean Davidson is an American singer, guitarist, and drummer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a founding member of the glam metal band Britny Fox; as of 2010 he has rejoined the band, according to postings on his Facebook page.  He has also recently begun a solo recording career with the folk-rock album Drive My Karma.
In 1984, he played drums with World War III, a heavy metal band from Philadelphia. He moved to Los Angeles soon after he left the band.
- Electric Rattlebone (1991)
- Just a Taste (1992)
- A Weekend Soul Massage (1999)
Love Saves the Day
- Superstar (2001)
- Drive My Karma (2007)
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