Live Music: Alec Delphenich

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Homegrown Taproom & Marketplace says
The curiously handsome singer/songwriter's career began in 2002, at the age of 17. Following the release of Alec's full-length album "Three Lights" (2004), he performed a number of solo shows at clubs and festivals throughout the Mid-West. In 2006, the Alec Delphenich Trio was formed alongside lifelong partner in crime and percussionist Matt Seskevics. They managed to keep it in the family with the addition of Alec's father and all-around super musician, Dennis Delphenich, on bass.

The latter years of the Trio turned into a full-fledged band with the addition of the virtuosic keyboardist Dusty Sturk. The occasional addition of guest guitarists Evan Davell and Brooks Daugherty, as well as percussionist Andy Miller, made the Alec Delphenich Band a musical experience far exceeding the initial expectations of the two lowly choir boys. The band dissolved prior to the move from Dayton to Nashville Alec made in October of 2012.

2015 found Alec bass-ing around with the likes of Adam McDonough, Tommy Scifres, Brooks Daugherty, and Brother Sister Stone. Though Alec has left Nashville for the big city of Boston, he is still writing, performing, producing and singing in the shower. Current solo projects include a massive home recording project which is to yield an anthology of songs written and not previously recorded dating as far back as 2005. He is currently on tour and has returned "home" to Nashville to hang with us! You gotta come have a pint and sing a song with him!
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