About Dave Brimlow

David BrimlowI started playing bass in 1968 (at 13) and I've been playing guitar since 1972 (when I first heard Allman Brothers Live at the Fillmore). I always had a heart for the blues but played in Rock bands for most of my career (including most of my work as a studio guitarist in NYC, as well) .
I stopped playing professionally in 1983 and soon ended up a real estate property management executive. Then I heard Stevie Ray Vaughn's song "Say What" in '89. I dusted off the old LesPaul and started playing for fun again - vowing to at least keep my chops somewhat alive.

In 1997 I started my own Commercial Real Estate firm in Manhattan and a year later, I became the alternate guitarist for NJ's "Herd o' Blues" for a year or two. Lost my real estate company on 9/11, got a job as a webmaster, and in September 2003 bought Cakewalk Music Creator, Sound Forge 6.0 & Acid 4.0.


My musical Influences:

Allman Brothers, Gary Moore, Pink Floyd, Warren Hayes, (rest in no particular order) Led Zep, The Rippingtons, SRV, Wishbone Ash, Santana, Larry Carlton, all three "Kings", Joe Walsh, Blind Faith/Cream/Derek & Dominoes, Johnny Winter, Mountain, Frank Marino & Mahagony Rush, Jeff Beck, Steve Henderson, Luther Allison, Van Halen, Kansas, Earth, Wind & Fire, James Brown, Yes, Cactus, 10 Years After, The Eagles, Charlie Daniels Band, Four Tops, Temptations, Jethro Tull, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Traffic, Savoy Brown, Tears for Fears, Stealy Dan, Doobie Brothers, Black Sabbath, Guns & Roses, Dio, Dream Theater, Blue Murder, Weather Report, Airplane, Puccini, Tchaikovsky, Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Jon Luc Ponty.