The Dambuilders has over 7937 followers across LastFM, YouTube Music and Songkick. Currently we track 3 digital music and social platforms for The Dambuilders. When AVR-Music Stats last calculated the current growth of The Dambuilders's social media following, it was roughly 1 followers per day. We collect data on 10,000’s of rappers, singers, musicians, producers, bands & DJs from around the world across multiple genres including edm, rock, hip hop, grime, pop, jazz, folk and many more. Found something missing? You can add data for The Dambuilders here.
The Dambuilders's Music Bio
The Dambuilders were one of the more innovative and distinctive bands of the early 1990s Boston rock scene, playing edgy guitar pop uniquely flavoured with rock violin. Founding members Dave Derby and Eric Masunaga both hail from Hawaii, and had played in a number of bands before moving to Boston in 1990 and forming the Dambuilders. After a few personnel changes, the "classic lineup" consisted of Derby (bass/lead vocals), Masunaga (guitar), Joan Wasser (violin/vocals), and Kevin March (drums). Read more on Last.fm
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