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Dave Koons and The Koyotes / Bio

DAVE KOONS - THE MOST DANGEROUS GUITARIST/ SONGWRITER IN THE WORLD!
Acoustic Guitarist, Songwriter, Producer and Vocalist. Billboard Top 100 Songwrite) and music has appeared in documentaries, motion pictures, commercials and national and international radio. Plays rock, Blues, Country and Jazz proficiently; although most published material is in the rock genre. Most recent release 'A Soldier's Letter' (2011) is a crossover Country/ Acoustic rock performance.

Guitarist (electric, 6 and 12 string acoustic), Harmonica, Saxophonist and Vocalist/ Dave Koons and The Koyotes.

Founder of South of Sane. Performed as an opening act for Mother's Finest, Ratt, LA Guns, David Alan Coe, Black and Blue, Charity Case, and John Corabi. SOS was a co-headliner on the Women In Rock Tour (SOS was a female fronted group) in 2004. As a solo artist; has played several dates in Jamaica; as well as having covered most of the US. Appeared on television, was a soloist for numerous sporting events and has performed for a US President. Dave also has taught guitar and alto saxophone as well as performing guitar clinics.

Other bands with Dave were 'Midnight Rider', 'Mr Kitty' and 'Steal'.

Acting: TV movie Chiefs (1983). Major Motion Picture: 29th Street (1989), Death Sentence (2008). Theater: Debary Community Theater: Played the villain 'Bastion Andre' in 'Is He Dead"? (2009). Played 'Oscar Madison' in a production of 'The Odd Couple' (2011).

Authored the music for the documentary 'It Takes A Team' (The Cure Bowl); used in a national campaign for Breast Cancer awareness. The ‘Cure Bowl’; is a college bowl game to benefit the cause. (2008)

Stand up comedy. (2000-2002)

Sound crew worker for Ted Nugent.

General Info

Artist Name
Dave Koons and The Koyotes
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/davekoonsandthekoyotes
Genres
Rock / Blues / Folk Rock

Contact Info

Location
Charlotte, NC

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