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Attila & Dave Project

Attila & Dave Project
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United States
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Attila Medveczky (bass, keyboards, vocals) and Dave Stevenson (guitars, vocals) first began making music together as an acoustic duo in the late 80s-early 90s, playing shows at clubs and for special events all across the San Francisco Bay Area. After forming a band with other musicians, they returned to a duo in 1995, eventually hooking up with drummer Rusty Aceves and working as Attila & Dave Project. They recorded two albums in the 90s, and have continued since, though only one additional album has been released as of 2016.
Photo: 2014 © Abe Perlstein
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http://www.attilaanddaveproject.net
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Releases on file (3)
Attila & Dave Project  — Illuminated Attila & Dave Project — Illuminated
((Not on label) no#, 2002, CD)
Attila & Dave Project  — Lifeline Attila & Dave Project — Lifeline
((Not on label) no#, 1999, CD)
Attila & Dave Project  — Songs of Innocence & Experience Attila & Dave Project — Songs of Innocence & Experience
((Not on label) A&D-001, 1996, CD)

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