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David Fabry drumming up some beer for the folks David "D Fab" Fabry
Excellent temporal resolution, lousy frequency resolution
Rochester, MN

Featured Musical Sample:
Listen to Fabry on Drums for Kentucky Waterfall covering Hey Joe by Jimi Hendrix - mp3 - opens new window

Musical Bio:
David Fabry began playing drums at age eight, because his parents got tired of him pounding on the furniture and because ADD medication was not widely available at the time.

His first public performance was in fifth grade as the “Little Drummer Boy” in my elementary school’s Christmas Concert. He won numerous Wisconsin State Solo Ensemble First place awards for various percussion instruments in High School; played in the marching band, jazz band, and orchestra, but never went to band camp. David partially financed his college education by playing in polka bands in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

His first band was called “The Cellar Dwellers” (1971); his last band was “Kentucky Waterfall” (2005). David's biggest performance was when he played tympani on “Also Sprach Zarthusa” (2001: Space Odyssey) at the 2001 American Academy of Audiology Opening General Assembly in San Diego.




David Fabry playing in a high school orchestra concert in the 70s.



David Fabry playing tympanic membranes on “Also Sprach Zarthusa” (2001: Space Odyssey) at the 2001 American Academy of Audiology Opening General Assembly in San Diego.





David Fabry playing drums during a Kentucky Waterfall backyard "concert".

Audiology Bio:
Vice President for Professional Relations and Education at Phonak Hearing Systems in Warrenville, Illinois. Previously was Chair of Audiology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota from 1994-2002. Past editor of AJA; Associate Editor for Ear and Hearing. He is a past president of the American Academy of Audiology.


inFamous ID: 101 // Date Created: 2006-03-16 // Last Updated: 2006-04-23


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