Raised by his adoptive parents in southern New Jersey, D. L. Byron (born David Byron), became enamored with the Beatles, the Byrds and Bob Dylan at an early age. When he wasn't busy getting thrown out of a string of exclusive prep schools, Byron formed several teenage garage bands and won a number of poetry competitions.
Deciding to pursue his music career in earnest, Byron moved to New York City in February of 1971. After working briefly at the Colony… read more
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