Dave Meros

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Dave Meros

American bass guitar player, best known as the bass player for progressive rock band Spock's Beard add

Category: Music

Born in 956.

Countries: United Kingdom (50%), United States (25%), California (25%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Eric Burdon, Aynsley Dunbar, Robby Krieger

Linked to: University of California Jazz Ensembles, University of California, Berkeley




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Dave Meros was born in 0956 add something


Eric Burdon - Later in 1990 he had a small line-up of an "Eric Burdon Band" featuring Jimmy Zavala , Dave Meros, Jeff Naideau , Thom Mooney and John Sterling before he began a tour with The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger and they appeared at a concert from Ventura Beach, California, which was released as a DVD on 20 June 2008


His main creative venture since 1994 has been recording and touring with the critically acclaimed progressive rock band Spock's Beard, that to date has released ten full-length studio CDs plus a large number of live CDs and EPs, Videos, DVDs, and rarities collections add something


Eric Burdon - The 1998 band had bassist Dave Meros, guitarist Dean Restum, drummer Aynsley Dunbar and keyboard guitarist Neal Morse


Eric Burdon - In June 2003, he formed another "Eric Burdon and the Animals", with keyboardist Martin Gerschwitz, bassist Dave Meros, guitarist Dean Restum, and drummer Bernie Pershey


In 2007 Ed Roman built Dave a custom instrument designed with most of the same features and specs as the "Fendenbacker" , with a Rickenbacker-like body shape but with a Fender scale length and neck width and more of a Fender body contouring add something


Their tenth studio CD, titled "X" was released in July 2010 add something


A live DVD was recorded in the Los Angeles area in September 2010 and is due to be released in April 2012 add something


Their 11th studio CD, titled "Brief Nocturnes and Dreamless Sleep" was released in April 2013 add something


Their 12th studio CD, titled "The Oblivion Particle" was released in August 2015 add something


Their 13th studio album, titled "Noise Floor" was released in May 2018 add something