Biography

There’s more than one artist called Dee, one is a Canadian man and the other, a Portuguese woman.

From the honeymoon capital of the world, Niagara Falls, singer/composer/multi-instrumentalist/DJ/producer DEE, made the move to Montreal at the age of 18 where he built his home studio and completely destroyed his credit line…

Going solo in 2001, DEE went to work non-stop on his special blend of electro-pop and dance-rock. His 5-song EP released in 2003 snagged Hollywood attention landing DEE’s catchy songs in indie films and TV series including “Grey’s Anatomy”(ABC), “Punk’d” (MTV), “Roswell” (Fox), “One Tree Hill” (Warner Bros), “Tru Calling”(FOX), “Las Vegas”(NBC), “Ghost Whisperer” (CBC), “Joan Of Arcadia”(CBS), the Ford Edge commercial airing Winter/Spring 2007, and many more.

Closer to home, 5 songs by DEE have also been featured in Ricardo Trogi’s latest Canadian flick “Horloge Biologique”. It includes the first single and video from the album soundtrack “Let’s Have a Rendez-Vous” featuring the voice of Mel, a long-time collaborator of DEE.

Produced by DEE himself, his long awaited debut album has been released in Canada in March 2006. Lyrically playful and melodically ambitious, DEE’s power pop is filled with satisfying hooks that remain with you for days afterwards.


(From Dee’s official website)

Edited by Impster on 24 Nov 2007, 13:23

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