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Dana Countryman






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Everett, WA USA

Dana Countryman has been making music since age 16, when he first heard the Moog lp's, "The New Electronic Pop Sound of Jean Jacques Perrey", and "The Electric Eclectic's of Dick Hyman". He used to draw doodles of synthesizers during classes in high school, but it wasn't until last year that he finally got his real-life big, modular synth.

Dana's played in many bands over the years, and during his 15 minutes of fame, he's made TV appearances on Fox Paramount's "The Arsenio Hall Show," and A&E's "Goodtime Cafe." His most interesting TV moment was performing as a giant potato in a commercial for The American Cancer Society, for which he also wrote the 30 second jingle. Other performances found his band sharing the bill with Crystal Gayle in San Francisco, and hanging out with "Weird" Al Yankovic in Hollywood, among many other celebrities.

There's more to Dana Countryman's amazing musical legacy! From the pages of Cool and Strange Music Magazine to music making with Jean Jacques Perrey. Read more here.