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Singer David Justin & Guitarist Daddy-O's Bunker

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Growing up in a musical family, it was only a matter of time before David Justin decided to follow his family’s footsteps. A singer/songwriter from Houston, TX, David began his musical career at the early age of eight years old when he learned how to play the violin. Within two years, he was winning local and regional competitions. At the age of 12, he picked up the drums, and by the age of 17, he began crafting his songwriting skills and playing the guitar. Once David honed all of his musical skills, he decided to make music his career.

With his recent performance at Gap’s live acoustic music event and his nomination as a finalist for ‘best original song’ with the 6th annual International Acoustic Music Awards, David’s musical talent has not gone unnoticed.

David Deakman, aka, Daddy-O's Bunker, will join the MAC crew to talk about his music career. David is former metal guitar player who played in local original hard rock bands Trench and Kompany of Kings, but always had roots in the blues and a passion for song writing. Influences are very diverse and guitar driven from Johnny Winter to UFO, Aerosmith, Iron Maiden, Dokken, Ratt and everything in between. 

The days of leather pants and spandex are long gone. The influences have shifted to the alt country/heavy blues genre where the song writing is the priority but continues to be very guitar driven. Bands like Govt Mule, North Mississippi All Stars, Joe Bonamassa, Black Keys and Blackberry Smoke are in the current play list. 

David currently plays guitar and vocals in his power trio band Deadbrokedown, that plays all original music all round San Diego county. 


 

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