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Dave Molter

An accomplished veteran of the Pittsburgh, MIdwest and East Coast music scenes since 1965, Dave counts The Beatles as his primary influence. He currently is working on a CD of original material ,"called "Mid-Century Man," to be released in late summer 2019.

The tittle track is receiving airplay on several indie radio stations worldwide and spent a month in the Top 10 on the Radio Indie Alliance South Africa chart. It is currently #3 on Sound Street Radio Top 10 for Japan & the UK.

The songs on the "Mid-Century Man" CD will be an eclectic mix of styles reflecting the varied influences Dave listened to while growing up in the Sixties as well as world music, reggae, prog rock, psychedelia, Phil Spector, Brian Wilson, Peter Gabriel and many others.

Recorded in Pittsburgh, PA., "Mid-Century Man" is produced and engineered by multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter Buddy Hall. The songs feature contributions from heavy-hitting, nationally known musicians such as guitarist and composer Steve Dudas, who played with Ringo Starr and The Roundheads for more than a decade and continues to record and write with the former Beatle. Virtuoso guitarist Reb Beach of Whitesnake and Winger and drummer Tommy Compton (Johnny Winter, Ten Years After) also appear.

Dave views "Mid-Century Man" as a vehicle to spread a positive message about the power of love in today's world. The songs have the unifying theme of love -- as Dave sings in "Mid-Century Man" -- "an emotion we don't have enough of."

Says Dave, "It's all in there: first love; love lost; love squandered; love regained; stupid love; funny love; love unrequited; love that makes you want to scream from the rooftops. Love that makes you kick furniture. I mean ... doesn't everyone?

"John Lennon said it best: 'All you need is love.' I still believe it."