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DAVID GLEN EISLEY Returns With Solo Opus 'Tattered Torn & Worn' Out Now

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Vocalist DAVID GLEN EISLEY, the man behind Giuffria, Dirty White Boy and the anthem of all anthems ‘Sweet Victory’, returns with a new solo album ‘Tattered, Torn & Worn’, out now on all digital platforms.
 
A CD is due to be released in a couple of weeks via CD Baby.
 
Featured on the album is:
David Glen Eisley – vocals, drums, guitar, keyboards
Paul Clem Calder – guitars, bass
Ron Wikso - Drums
G.D. Tubbs - Bass
 
 
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Singer, songwriter David Glen Eisley came on to the music scene back in the mid-eighties penning & performing the hit single “Call to the Heart” from the debt album from Giuffria. After two successful albums, videos and world tour he then joined forces with guitarist Earl Slick of “Bowie/Lennon” fame and released one album with the band Dirty White Boy.
 
Eisley has always been involved in the bulk of all the writing whether it be solo or a band scenario. As he says jokingly “I don’t do justice to anything other than what I write! I’m just not that type of singer for better or worse! I do “ME” and that’s about it!”
Following the short-lived venture with Slick, David wrote, sang and performed with guitarist Bob Kulick (Kiss, Meatloaf fame) the now iconic “Sweet Victory” which has for years been featured in the beloved episode “Band Geeks” in famous “Sponge Bob Square Pants” television series.
 
Most recently the resurgence of the song has been staggering and recently charted at #17 on Billboard’s rock charts. It was in high demand & petitioned by multi-millions of fans to be performed by David at the last Super Bowl. To the dismay of many “The Halftime Show” had been already laid out.
 
Eisley has released a few solo ventures out Worldwide and his new solo record titled “Tattered, Torn & Worn” is complete! Sharing production tasks with David is ace guitarist, singer & engineer Paul “Clem” Calder. The venture has been spread over the span of a year and is “now baked & outta the oven!”
 
“I’m happiest doin my own thing for whatever that’s worth as I’m a loner at heart...” stated David. He concludes: “I still do this as it keeps me seriously from the looney bin! Writing is like the safest outlet I got! I’m blessed to still have a passion, a voice and a great “right arm man” in “Clem” to do this stuff. Without him I’d be workin it all out on a 6 string banjo! In closing, I guess I’m here for awhile and will more than likely “Rock till I Drop.” ~ DGE
 
Out “NOW” on Ol’ Boothill Records
 
 
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