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Brian Dunne, Drums

Performed or Recorded With:

Average White Band
Shanachie
Chuck Loeb
Sara Devine
Corey Glover
Alana Davis
Bob James
Michael Franks
Jay Beckensteien
Stephanie Mills
Patti Austin
Randy Brecker
Dave Samuels
Mike Ricchiuti

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Brian Dunne, Drums


Drummer Brian Dunne has been part of the NYC music scene for the past 10 years having played for a list of artists who's musical genre's range from funk with the Legendary Average White Band, jazz with Shanachie recording artist Chuck Loeb, R&B with Columbia artist Sara Devine, rock with Corey Glover and pop with Alana Davis,.

While in college Brian started a musical relationship with Guitarist Teddy Kumpel and became the drummer in his band 'NOMESANE' featuring Andy Middleton on sax, and Tony Scherr on bass. Shortly after, Brian met two more important people in his development as a "Working" drummer in NYC, Saxophonist Dave Mann & Guitarist Chuck Loeb (both of whom he still plays with). "Dave and Chuck opened a lot of doors for me and have given me the opportunity to play with some of the best players out there".

Brian's affiliation with Chuck has resulted in performances with players such as Michael Brecker, Randy Brecker, Bob James, Dave Samuels, & Will Lee. Chuck has also used Brian on his last four solo records and on various other artist's records he has produced such as Bob James, Michael Franks and Jay Beckenstien. In addition to records, Brian's playing can be heard on the movie sound tracks 'Lucky Numbers' Paramount pictures staring John Travolta and Lisa Kudrow and most recently 'Intolerable Cruelty' Universal Films Staring George Clooney and Catherine Zeta Jones.

Most recently, Brian has been touring with the Average White Band), Chuck Loeb's Band and Sara Devine. Other recent gigs include Stephanie Mills, Patti Austin, Randy Brecker and Dave Samuels (Berks Jazz Festival), keyboardist Mike Ricchiuti.

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