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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, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the glam metal band Britny Fox from 1986 to 1990. The band disbanded in 1992 but reunited in 2000 without Davidson. In 2010 Davidson rejoined the band. The band name, Britny Fox was named after the Welsh coat of arms of one of Davidson's 18th century ancestors.
He has 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. He's alive and well and still living in the Philadelphia area.
- 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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