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Dave Fitzhugh

Dave Fitzhugh

Rock / Alternative, Acoustic, Electro, Experimental, Alte Brooklyn, NY  US
Oogie-Boogie Man (Demo Track)
The Sky Can't Crush Her Tonight (Demo Track)
Listening to Jethro Tull, and Playin' D & D (Demo)

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  • The Blue Mountain Project (Artist)
    The Blue Mountain Project
    Enjoyed listening, keep on groovin!!! Greetings from Bavaria. Best wishes :)
  • Gucci Tabs [Dj Shakuh] (Artist)
    Gucci Tabs [Dj Shakuh]
    hellz ya, i love your tunes!!!
  • Mark Brooks (Artist)
    Mark Brooks
    Creative... Entertaining... Great work Dave!!
  • John Revitte (Artist)
    John Revitte
    Great rock and roll fire going on in your songs!!!
  • The Twelve Crucifixes (Artist)
    The Twelve Crucifixes
    Happy holidays. Peace on earth. Cal.
  • The Uniters (Artist)
    The Uniters
    We are happy that you have UNiTED your ears with our music! Where do you play? We would like to come show support! As a vocalist I can appreciate your singing, not predictable and I like that a lot. UNiTE! Freddy Nugz of The Uniters

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  • August 2010

About

Sounds Like: Beck, Elvis Costello, Flaming Lips, Against Me, eels

Label: #1 with a Mullet Records

Bio: DAVE FITZHUGH has been rocking the casbah for a long time. Most music afficionados still consider his 9th grade band Backstage, the greatest band in musical history.... although the only song they knew was Van Halen's "Jump".

Since then, Fitzhugh has been in a slew of bands bearing fantastical...See Full Bio

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Multi-Instrumentalist

Press

“Dave Fitzhugh’s disc "Honkey Inferno" – one of those wonderfully personal affairs where the marquee name plays nearly all the instruments – is an eclectic zag through musical approaches. ‘When The City Closes It Eyes’ veers from a ragtime ukulele strum with a vaguely Tom Waits-ish croon to a bridge of overdubbed horns to a big, weird chorus of distorto guitars and echo (and then an acoustic guitar interlude). Suffice it to say, one’s ear will not bore a bit when listening to Honkey Inferno.”

— Jesse Jarnow from London Times, the AP, Relix, etc..., Jesse Jarnow from London Times, the AP, Relix, etc...