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About Dave Alvin

Guitarist Dave Alvin first came to prominence in the early '80s as the songwriter and lead guitarist of The Blasters, a seminal L.A. Roots band he started with his older brother Phil. The Blasters made a blisteringly kinetic amalgam of R&B, Rockabilly, blues, country, and every possible Roots music subgenre. After leaving The Blasters in the mid-'80s, Alvin briefly played guitar for X before striking out on his own. After one record on a major label, he settled into a long-standing relationship with Hightone Records that has seen him evolve into a multifaceted songwriter and guitarist. He's equally at home picking Country Blues-style acoustic guitar or leading his band through material that comfortably blurs the boundaries of Pop, rock, country and blues.

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Listen toDave Alvinon Napster

Guitarist Dave Alvin first came to prominence in the early '80s as the songwriter and lead guitarist of The Blasters, a seminal L.A. Roots band he started with his older brother Phil. The Blasters made a blisteringly kinetic amalgam of R&B, Rockabilly, blues, country, and every possible Roots music subgenre. After leaving The Blasters in the mid-'80s, Alvin briefly played guitar for X before striking out on his own. After one record on a major label, he settled into a long-standing relationship with Hightone Records that has seen him evolve into a multifaceted songwriter and guitarist. He's equally at home picking Country Blues-style acoustic guitar or leading his band through material that comfortably blurs the boundaries of Pop, rock, country and blues.

About Dave Alvin

Guitarist Dave Alvin first came to prominence in the early '80s as the songwriter and lead guitarist of The Blasters, a seminal L.A. Roots band he started with his older brother Phil. The Blasters made a blisteringly kinetic amalgam of R&B, Rockabilly, blues, country, and every possible Roots music subgenre. After leaving The Blasters in the mid-'80s, Alvin briefly played guitar for X before striking out on his own. After one record on a major label, he settled into a long-standing relationship with Hightone Records that has seen him evolve into a multifaceted songwriter and guitarist. He's equally at home picking Country Blues-style acoustic guitar or leading his band through material that comfortably blurs the boundaries of Pop, rock, country and blues.

About Dave Alvin

Guitarist Dave Alvin first came to prominence in the early '80s as the songwriter and lead guitarist of The Blasters, a seminal L.A. Roots band he started with his older brother Phil. The Blasters made a blisteringly kinetic amalgam of R&B, Rockabilly, blues, country, and every possible Roots music subgenre. After leaving The Blasters in the mid-'80s, Alvin briefly played guitar for X before striking out on his own. After one record on a major label, he settled into a long-standing relationship with Hightone Records that has seen him evolve into a multifaceted songwriter and guitarist. He's equally at home picking Country Blues-style acoustic guitar or leading his band through material that comfortably blurs the boundaries of Pop, rock, country and blues.