THE BAND –
The band is (L-R) Dave – guitars, vocals and percussion, Alex Griffith – bass & percussion, Rod ?Redgrave – drums, Jono Lonie and/or Dave Khan – fiddles, mandolins, vocals etc. The band plays songs off 2002 album “sowing the wild notes” and newer (yet to be released) songs.
(click tabs below to hear live recordings)
SANDERS ALLEY –
Dave joins up with Jon Sanders in this duo. The pair play a variation of their originals as well as songs and tunes from various influences from around the world. Dave plays guitars, stomp box, percussion and sings with Jon who plays bouzouki, guitars, ukulele, bass guitar and harmonium!
(click on tabs below to hear live recordings)
Sanders Alley also recorded a couple of videos while in Dublin in 2009 with Myles and the crew at Arbutus Yarns.. click on the link below for a perusal at these vids…
THE TWO DAVES –
Dave Khan and Dave Alley are The Two Daves. ?Playing a wide variety of music but mostly of a?bluesy, bluegrass, folksy nature. Both Daves sing. Khan plays?guitar, violin and mandolin mostly while Alley plays?slide guitar, standard guitars, harmonica and stomp box.
THE THREE MULLETEERS –
(the same line up as Dave Alley Band) is an eclectic covers-ish band which is renowned for playing fifteen minute versions of two chord songs, mental soloing from any one of the four and it’s been rumoured that they actually play some really good music once in a while.. the band covers artists from James Brown to Talking Heads to Johnny Cash and Neil Young but in a unique and subtle yet flamboyant manner…
(click the tabs below for recordings of the mulleteers playing live)
with German maestro Toni Geiling. The trio play an amazing array of music with influences from the Isles, the East, Europe and The Pacific. With all three being superb songwriters in their own right the combination picks and chooses from a plethora of great songs and tunes to play at any given show..
SANDERS ALLEY KHAN –
brings the immense talents of Dave Khan to the fore.. Khan plays violin, mandolin, piano accordian and sings. With this line up, Khans influence leads the music towards the Americas a little more although a little of the celtic and gypsy flavour can still be heard..
SOLO – with ye old faithful stomp box, harmonica and trusty Matons. Meandering like a spaceship through a large collection of originals and the odd more recognisable tune from the realms of the airwaves..
THE DAY VALLEY EXPERIMENT – known by many as a folksy/roots singer songwriter, the blues band is a suprise to some. Delving into early influences and roots, drawing from the likes of Cream, Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughan, early ZZ Top, Duanne Allman and Santana, Daves blues band is a must see for electric blues enthusiasts.