David Anthony Zee
In the 1980s, I led a Chicago-style blues band, was a sideman in a Motown-style revue called the Rhythm Express, and began a 15-year solo engagement at Baltimore's Waterfront Hotel. In the 1990s, I started composing music for TV, film, and theater, creating scores and songs for Discovery Channel, HGTV, PBS, Arena Stage, and an endless number of educational and industrial programs. I also did a 10-year run as music director for two political comedy theater troupes: DC-based Gross National Product, featuring actors and writers from the legendary L.A. improv incubator Groundlings; and Baltimore's Loyal Opposition, featuring Maryland Public TV kid show star Bob Heck
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