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- US Los Angeles, CA Rock


Sounds Like: Kings Of Leon, Daughtry, The Smashing Pumpkins, Fun, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Bio: In the Fall of 2008, twin brothers, Taylor and Tyler Dawson formed their new band “DAWSON”. This young band currently consists of Taylor Dawson on vocals and lead guitar, Tyler Dawson on percussion, and River Dawson on bass. Audiences are usually surprised by the mature sound that resonates from ... See Full Bio

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“Teen bands come and go, Dawson may be an exception to that trend, however. Could be because three members of the band are brothers, or maybe it's because they have talent, or maybe it's because they really like to perform together, but Dawson has been performing together for three years. If you have never heard of Dawson, you will.”
— Wayne Laepple, Daily Item
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Dawson in Hollywood
Feb 4, 2013
Hey Dawson is out here attending Musicians Institute! We are loving our classes ... [more]
Dawson Home for the Holidays
Dec 5, 2012
Dawson will be back home from school in Hollywood. We have a few shows lined up... [more]
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Q: when is dawson going to post a new orginal song?
A: Dawson is currently working on two new albums which will be released in the next six months. It will be professionally recorded in a Hollywood studio.

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Mon Jul 08 2013


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