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Dave Vincent is #Flyah

                                     




 DAVE VINCENT       
                                      Las Vegas, Nevada
                     
       Singer-Songwriter-Recording Guitarist   (ASCAP)
        Dave grew up performing and writing music in Cleveland, Ohio.
He has played in numerous Rock bands, as well as Pop and Acoustic acts. Through
 major influences such as The Beatles,  Stevie Wonder,  and  C,S, N & Y,  he has
developed a style of Songwriting that brings to mind these acts. Dave continues to write
new original music for other artists, film and TV. He has built a following
in  Los Angeles  since moving here in the 1980’s by performing in various
coffeehouses, clubs and events.  His first full length 10 song  CD –“Love Letters From
The Brink” has seen  vigorous sales through friends and gigs and with new
technologies and avenues opening up.   Some highlights follow:
Radio Airplay – MTV Movie Song Placement “Where Is Love”
                                   
                     Top 10 Song on Broadjam.Com   “I Know What You’re Saying”
Hollywood LAX Bob Hope USO Show – Live Musical Performer  1995 - 2010
MetroRail Musical Variety Show, New Ivar Theater, Hollywood
Special Guest Star on “Hollywood Presents”.  Performance and Interview,
hosted by Sam Capers, TCI Cable TV,  Van Nuys, California
www.vincentsongs.com           Email:   dave@vincentsongs.com
                                                  Phone 310-648-2095
AVAILABLE for LIVE GIGS
                                                            Songs for Film/TV and Artists

 

 

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