Dave Marsh was born in Halifax and raised in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada - and has been rocking and rolling on both sides of the bright blue sea ever since. Besides his own band, The True Love Rules, he continues to record and tour with The Joel Plaskett Emergency from their formation in 1999, and on occasion, with Rolly and the Navy Brats and The Super Friendz. He has recorded or performed with dozens of artists on three continents including; Al Tuck, Tommy Ramone, Erin Costello, Tony Sheridan, Vivian Weathers and other members of Desmond Dekker's band, Willie Nile, Elliot Murphy, Mo Kenney, Matt Mays, Gordy Johnson, Sean McCann, Ian McLaughlin, Tommy Smith. Dave has played over a thousand shows including the London Greyhound, Clarendon and 100 Club, Massey Hall, Philadelphia Folk Festival, Parliment Hill, Yellowknife Folk, Brownies NYC, Hammerstein Ballroom and Smooth Herman,s, Sydney NS. His touring history is extensive, ranging from US national tours opening for the Tragically Hip and dozens of sojourns with the Joel Plaskett Emergency across Canada, USA, Australia and Europe - from punk and reggae bands in the UK to opening for Sir Paul McCartney at home in Haifax. He is also a producer for Stove Records' Rolly and The Navy Brats, Thomas Mugaky Smith and The True Love Rules last album The Cause Of Many Troubles and latest single The Green Fields of Shannon Park. Bo Diddley signed his fishing licence and Stompin' Tom signed his drivers licence. Available for concert, club and house gigs. Rock on.