Dave Drzewiecki


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When I set out to write my thanks, I suddenly realized that I may need a separate web site, but anyway, here it goes.

To God, for my God given talent.
My Wife Michelle, always at the heart of everything.
Mom and Dad, for allowing a 12 year old to have drum set.
Uncle Paul, for buying a 12 year old a drum set and actually expecting an invite back to the house.
Nick Dellosa, for opening the door and my creative mind.
My Sister Carol, for putting up with the noise and telling a 12 year old he's good at the end of his first full day of drumming.
My Brother Rob, for actually agreeing to be my manager when I had no idea about music or drumming whatsoever.
My niece Melissa...my biggest fan.
Kristy, Rachel, Nelson and Eric
Joe Franciscone, my partner in drumming.
Kenny Brown for the Shaved Head.
Rick and Tom for way too much to mention.
Rich Carbone for always being there.
Bernard Purdie for helping me to launch my groove into the stratosphere.
The Brown and Realmuto families, Dom Famularo, Joe Bergamini, Rich Neurouter, Boonie, Phil Smith, Anthony DeCarolis, Kenny Brown, Paul Panarelli, Paul Celucci, Chris Stankee, Ann McNally and everyone at Sabian, Spence Strand and everyone at Rhythm Tech, Marco Soccoli and Evans Drum Heads, Ben Davies, Mark Wessels and the crew at Vic Firth.  Neal Grahm and XL Specialty Percussion, Seamus Tierney, Ruben Gonzalez, Bobby Boos, Danny Reyes, Jim Donovan and Daniel Adair and boys in Nickelback.

Additionally, I'd like to thank my present band mates, as well as all of the past musician's that I've played with for helping me find my creative voice and to grow as a musician and performer.

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"Never be afraid to do what's right, especially if the well being of a person or animal is at stake. Society's punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way. Great things are done by a series of small things brought together."