Scotty Dunbar


SCOTTY DUNBAR Issues New Digital Single

Monday, January 12, 2015
Boston rocker Scotty Dunbar has issued a new single, which is now avaiable for purchase via iTunes & Amazon. The single is one of five newly recorded solo tracks that Dunbar will release individually over the next six months or so.
Dunbar states: "I chose to go with the cover of  20th Century Boy as the first single to be released as my solo band and I have covered this song many times live. We also had such a blast recording it."
Dunbar is also the lead vocalist of  the group D.M.K. This past December D.M.K. released a Christmas single "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas". The song peaked at # 2 on Amazon's "Top 100 Hot New Releases Chart" and also remained on the charts for the entire month of December. D.M.K.are set to begin recording a EP the first week of Febuary. The band will also begin a tour which kicks off April 2nd at the world famous "Whisky A Go Go" in W.Hollywood, CA and will be serving as the support act that night to: Michael Sweet of "Stryper" & Mike Tramp of "White Lion"

iTunes & Amazon purchase links:



D.M.K. Release Christmas Single

Tuesday, December 2, 2014
D.M.K. Release Christmas Single
D.M.K. (Dunbar, Merrill, Karl) is a new band that was formed in the Fall of 2014. The trio features solo artist Scotty Dunbar along with guitarist Ted Merrill formerly of "Mach 22" and drummer Brian Karl formerly of "Station""and currently of "Mick James". The group decided to record the Christmas classic "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" and release it as their debut single. The group has put a moody & bluesy twist to the timeless classic. The single was recorded at Mixed Emotions studio with engineer Kenny Lewis and was mastered by Mark Slaughter of the muti-platinum band "Slaughter". The group will begin recording a debut EP in the winter of 2015 and will begin performing live shortly after its release. You can purchase the MP3 of "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" at this location:
Subscribe to Scotty Dunbar