From neighborhood bars and coffee shops to New York City’s oldest Rock & Roll club, Denis Fab has emerged into the New York music scene. Fab, Hailing from Poughkeepsie, NY, intends on building a strong solid fan base starting in his hometown. Inspired by the music of the 1960’ British Invasion, as well as the modern sounds of today, Denis Fab continues to hone in on defining his sound.
Whether it be the catchy melodies and good time feel of “Clap Your Hands” or the bittersweet sounds of “Mr. McCullough”, Denis Fab’s music portrays a feeling of ups and downs that one may face in their day to day lives. In the emotional song “For Thomas”, in which Fab wrote for his late Grandfather, he describes the hardships he had to overcome as a young man during World War II, as well as returning home and building a joyful life surrounded by the ones that he loved. “For Thomas is my Grandfather’s story but a song that anyone with family from the Greatest Generation can relate to,” Fab says.
Being based out of Poughkeepsie, NY, allowed Denis Fab to reach fans in all of the surrounding areas of the tri-state region including New York City. Starting out by playing local coffee shops and bars, Fab quickly migrated 50 miles south of his home base to The Big Apple, where he performed at New York City’s oldest and most legendary Rock & Roll club The Bitter End, home to many of the biggest musical acts past and present.
With the upcoming 2020 release of his debut album “Calendar Days,” Denis Fab continues to write and perform the songs that define who he is, and that will relate to people of all ages.
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