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Davis LeBolt
Background information
Born USA
Occupation Musician
Instruments Synthesizer, keyboards
Years active 1970s-present
Associated acts Billy Joel
David Bowie
Spy
The Power Station
Musician

David LeBolt is an American keyboard musician, who was once a member of the rock band Spy. He has also worked and toured with acts including The Power Station, Billy Joel and David Bowie.

Biography Edit

One of the first albums David played keyboards on was "Please Don't Touch" released in 1978 by Steve Hackett, which led to large amounts of work during the 1980s.

During the 1980s David's career took off, working with David Bowie on songs including "Modern Love" in 1983. During this period he also toured with Billy Joel.

In 1985, David played keyboards on The Power Station's debut album The Power Station, as well as Stevie Nicks "I Can't Wait" track. This was followed by performing on Alphaville's 1988 album Afternoon In Utopia and Another Night by Aretha Franklin.

In 1993 David was a member of the short lived rock band Spy, with Danny Siedenberg, David Nelson, John Vislocky, Mike Visceqlia and Rob Goldman. The band's only release was a self named album called Spy in 1993.

A selection of credits Edit

  • "Please Don't Touch" - Steve Hackett
  • Faster Than The Speed Of Night - Bonnie Tyler
  • Live From Long Island - Billy Joel
  • Agent Provocateur - Foreigner
  • "Modern Love" - David Bowie
  • "Greatest Hits Vol 1 and 2"Greatest Hits Vol 1 / 2 - Billy Joel
  • "I Can't Wait" - Stevie Nicks
  • "Some People" - Belouis Some
  • The Power Station - The Power Station
  • Afternoons In Utopia - Alphaville
  • Another Night - Aretha Franklin