Michael de Grussa

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Michael de Grussa
Birth name Michael Peter de Grussa
Born (1982-05-27) 27 May 1982 (age 34)
Origin Adelaide, Australia
Genres rock, soundtrack
Occupation(s) singer, songwriter
Instruments vocals, piano, guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, bagpipes, banjo
Years active 1999–present
Associated acts Eskimo Joe, The Kill Devil Hills, Blanche DuBois
Website Teaboy Productions

Michael de Grussa (born 27 May 1982, in Adelaide, South Australia) is an Australian singer/songwriter.

Career[edit]

De Grussa started his music career performing in restaurants, hotels and bars around Perth, Western Australia in 1999, and has released two albums of original work. In 2003 he was the bass player for Fremantle band The Kill Devil Hills. After recording their debut album Heathen Songs, de Grussa left the band to focus on his own music.[citation needed]

In 2005 he became the session piano player for Australian rock group Eskimo Joe[1] and played with them for the 'Black Fingernails, Red Wine' tour.[2] After contractual disagreements with Eskimo Joe, he ceased his arrangement with the band and played piano for Perth band Blanche DuBois.[3]

Discography[edit]

  • The Man (and his evil icecream plan) (2005)
  1. "The Man (version 2.2)"
  2. "F**k (i love dancing)"
  3. "Truckin' Fever"
  4. "Hey, Mr. Mackintosh"
  5. "Le Zoom Zoom"
  6. "Bum Babies"
  7. "Sarah"
  8. "Followed by a Polar Bear"
  9. "Time Is Our Forever"
  10. "Trans Am"
  • The de Grussa Band (2006)
  1. "A Shock"
  2. "Hey, Mr. Mackintosh"
  3. "My Robot Girl"
  4. "The Girl Next Door"
  5. "Come and get your Stuff Steff"
  6. "Super Mega Best Shoes"
  7. "Muchos Nachos Buenos"
  8. "Too Sad To Rock"
  9. "The Man (version 3.1)"
  10. "Man on a Mission"
  11. "The Same"
  12. "I Dreamed I Cut My Hair"
  13. "[bonus track] Tina Turner"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TV.com". Retrieved 6 October 2011. 
  2. ^ Layton, Chrissy. "Aus Notebook". Retrieved 6 October 2011. 
  3. ^ "Blanche Dubois". Retrieved 6 October 2011.