David Haack Trio

David Haack Trio

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A Blues and Rock sandwich, served with a side of Soul...

Biography

David Haack is a 27-year-old blues/rock singer songwriter based out of Des Moines, IA and Los Angeles, CA. He grew up in Ankeny IA, and attended college at both the University of Northern Iowa and the University of Iowa, before heading out to Los Angeles to pursue full time his life long ambitions of music and acting.

To date, David has gained notoriety through various TV appearances (Hannah Montana's guitar player "Davie") and film roles ("Poughkeepsie Tapes" and "Flying By"). He has also toured with music superstar Billy Ray Cyrus on a leg of his 2006 tour, in addition to performing with him on such TV shows as "Good Morning America" and "SoapTalk". David also had a song featured in the soundtrack to "Flying By" off his 2004 release, "Not So Far".

The heartbeat to David's guitar playing and vocals comes from his right-hand-men - Colin Peterson on bass, and Patrick Baker on drums. Together, they form the David Haack Trio, and have been playing together since 2003.

The band's most recent release is 2009's "Who Am I", which was produced, engineered, and mixed by David.

Discography

Triple, Not So Far, Who Am I

Set List

Quarter
Can't Sleep
One More Time (binge)
Goodbye
Give Me Up Again (Jonny Lang)
Going Down (Freddie King)
Inside Out
Late Night
Not So Far
Who Am I
That's What Love Will Make You Do (Jerry Garcia Band)
Bell Bottom Blues (Clapton)
Purple Haze (Hendrix)
Red House (Hendrix)
Soulshine (Allman Brothers)
Slip Away