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MP3 Dave Bonney - All Mixed Up

All Mixed Up, from a Carribean flair thru ballads to pop and rock with a Blues finale.

10 MP3 Songs
POP: with Live-band Production, EASY LISTENING: Love Songs

He was born in Brooklyn Heights, New York in 1951 and his first real job was with the Regis Paper Company in NY after a few late starts he was summond to the office of the CEO and there he was told to look into the bay at the yacht and look into the street at the Rolls-Royce. The CEO said "if you work hard, one day you could sit in my seat and own that yacht and car!". Dave said "I quit..." and walked out.
That was the start of a promising career which spanned two continents and numerous countries which ended up today in Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany, (Old Europe :)). Dave visited the New York school of performing arts and arguing with just about anyone who told him to get a real job. Then about twenty years ago he said "That''s it, I''m off to Amsterdam". The next two years are a haze and at one point he was in Norway and another in Belgium (or was it Denmark?) finally he moved to Munich, Germany with his new fFrench wife where he lived off his wits and musical talent. Starting as a street performer, he soon had a following and was taken under the wing of an Irish bar owner, Paul Daley, and given a "roof" for his perfomances. During the next few years he worked as a musician and actor. One famous film he worked on was Enemy Mine, with Louis Gosset Jr. And Dennis Quaid. Dave played a "Drac" He also played an American tourist in "the Holcroft Covernant". His work as a musician and his connection to Paul Daley concentrated him in the Irish Pub scene for a while then he branched out to BFPO (British Forces) and American bases. Finally he stated playing at concerts as an opening act and was invited to play open air concerts in the late 80''s and early 90''s. His largest audience was about 3,000 at the Circus Krone in Munich. After his divorce, he ended up in Regensburg, a little city on the northern most point of the river Danube wher he worked for Paul Daley in his new Pub "The Old Dubliner" in the Ostengasse (now a home for battered wives). During the 1990''s the music scene in Regensburg was fantastic, a new Irish Pub was opened by Paul called "The Irish Harp" which became the center of a music session culture. Dave was lead of the duo called "The Fiasco''s" together with a great bassist (double bass) Jim Klopfenstein. they would meet on a Sunday in the Irish Harp and play all sorts of music. The whole Ex-Patriot scene revolved around the Harp and a Biergarten called the Goldenen Ente (the golden duck). He found a few backers and recorded a couple of singles, an EP and two albums "that''s the way it is" and "Baptized by Fire" after his father died and left him a bit of money, he stopped gigging and put all his time and money into producing his latest CD All Mixed Up. Now he is ready to celebrate this new project, back on the road. Enjoy.

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