Three questions for Deyv Dee – Episode 008
- Having played all over the world and in various genres and styles of music, I’m guessing that you have quite a few stories to tell. Can you tell us about an embarrassing situation that you faced on stage?
- If you could go back in time and follow 1 band or artist for 1 year and learn from them, who would it be and why?
- What does success mean to you? – asked by Aaron Hart of Love Stallion on Episode 007
The Song: Oh Dear Helen
“Oh Dear Helen”, Its about feeling betrayed, abandoned, and living past it.
About Deyv Dee
Band Location: Elgin, IL USA
Band Genre: Folk Punk
Deyv Dee released his first solo album in 2012 however has over 16 years in the Chicago-land music scene. After receiving his first guitar from Jim Ellison’s family in 96 Deyv Dee, also known as Dave Damask, went on to play Blues on the Fox, in Aurora Illinois, 3 years in a row and was front page news in the Beacon News, once sharing a picture with Sherly King. Deyv played in a nu-metal band, Cry for Dawn, for 3 years and was part of the writing process and release of “Rainy Days and Razor Blades”. Deyv went on to start a pop-punk band, Gutter Star. Gutter Star played for 4 years and had two CD’s released by Deyv himself. Broken TV Fest was put on in 2008 by Deyv and was 13 bands in a back yard in unincorporated Dupage county in Illinois. Deyv also went on to join Team Rockit and tour in Germany and Switzerland in 2006. After Team Rockit he started The Regals (also known as Meet The Regals) who shared the stage with many bands and recorded a 13 track album that was released after the band broke up. After the break up of The Regals Deyv joined Leah Stargazing for one year as the lead guitar player and started writing material for his first solo album “27 to life”. For promotion of his first solo album he played with a full band or acoustic with friends backing him up. Deyv Dee has played all over the country going to open mics for years (2011-current). Deyv was released in 2013 on a Methadones tribute album, released from Infested Records, as the only stringed song with cello and violin backing up Deyv on guitar, drums and vocals.
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