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Dave Griffin / Bio

I was born into an Air Force family traveling quite a bit as a youngster.
My first music memories were my daddy's record collection...Hank Sr. albums...45 rpms of Johnny Cash, Webb Pierce, Johnny Horton, and Marty Robbins.
I was 10 when The Beatles hit America and they had an incredible impact on me.
I remained an avid listener of music until 17, when I picked up the bass guitar and learned Hendrix' "Hey Joe".
I wrote my first song in 1973 about a woman, no less.
I've played in all kinds of bands through the years; but songwriting is my heart and soul.
In the late 8os, Billy Ray Herrin and I co-wrote several songs that were published by the late, great Bill Lowery in Atlanta GA. After Lowery's death, the publishing catalog was purchased by Sony/Tree Publishing in Nashville TN.
In 1998, I began a tribute to Gram Parsons in my backyard that has since grown into a large outdoor gathering called the Annual Gram Parsons Guitar Pull and Tribute Festival featuring headliners like Leon Russell, Jim Lauderdale, and Charlie Louvin to name a few.
My inspirations include: Hank Williams Sr., John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Gram Parsons, Townes Van Zandt, Jimmy Webb, Neil Young, Robbie Robertson, Van Morrison, Gram Griffin, Sean Clark, and William Faulkner.

General Info

Artist Name
Dave Griffin
Home Page
Americana / Folk / Singer/Songwriter

Contact Info

Waycross, GA