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Dave Smith, Fredericton, NB

Dave Smith, Fredericton, NB

Blues / Jazz / Jazz Guitar Fredericton, NB, CA  CA
Hard Times
Hard Times
Every Day I Have the Blues
Every Day I Have the Blues
Route 66
Route 66
Ain't Nobody's Business
Ain't Nobody's Business


C Jam by Dave Smith, Fredericton,NB, Jazz Guitar


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  • Peeps4Hire (Label)
    nice tracks! are you on www.LegitimatePromotions.com ???
  • Heather Smith (Fan)
    Heather Smith
    Dad, you are the most incredible, talented, musician I know. I am so proud to be your daughter, and feel privileged to learn from the best. You'll always be my idol. Love y...
  • silver rabbit (Artist)
    silver rabbit
  • egon erger (Artist)
    egon erger
    great music here.really enjoyed "pawnbroker". best wishes and success, egon erger
  • Inner Planets (Artist)
    Inner Planets
    Stopping by to show some love!
  • Ecologyngle (Artist)
    "Move Up To The Country" fantastic lyrics and awesome blues Dave. Painting So. Fla with your cool music * Patricia :)



Sounds Like: Dutch Mason, Larry Carlton, BB King, Joe Pass, Willie Nelson

Bio: Dave Smith started playing guitar at the age of 8 and he has pursued the instrument passionately ever since. During his teens he played with several Saint John Rock bands including the Interludes, the Gents, the Hodads, the Magnetic Dilemma and Boiler Putty. Some of the people that he played wit...See Full Bio

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Posted a new song: "Move Up to the Country" http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/19981626

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Q: Do you ever perform or record pn solid body guitars?

A: Yes I do record with a strat. When you listen to a song like Everyday I Have the Blues you will hear a Gibson ES347 on one side and a strat on the other. There is a time and place for both types of guitars.

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