David Dondero

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David Dondero is a singer-songwriter who currently is on the Team Love Records label. Born in Duluth, Minnesota, June 24, 1969, Dondero started playing music in 1979 as a drummer. He has toured with such acts as Bright Eyes, Tilly and the Wall, Spoon, and Willy Mason. His former projects were Sunbrain, This Bike is a Pipe Bomb, and The Flatwheelers. Dondero has been attributed with creating the distressed vocal style which influenced Conor Oberst of Bright Eyes.

David Dondero attended Clemson University and was a member of WSBF.


[edit] Discography

[edit] Albums

[edit] Splits

  • David Dondero/Chris Terry - (2003 · Perpetual Motion Machine)
  • David Dondero/Mischief Brew - "Two Boxcars" (2005 · Fistolo Records)
  • David Dondero/Pine Hill Haints; Arkam Records

[edit] Compilations

  • Ghostmeat 5th Anniversary 1994-1999 (song: "Leave the Driving to Them")
  • Parts - Ghostmeat Records Compilation (as part of the band: sunbrain. Song: "Something Wrong")

[edit] External links

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