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Declan Burke

Declan "Dec" Burke (born May 22, 1972) is a guitarist, keyboardist and vocalist.[1]

Biography

Burke was born on 22 May 1972 in Limerick, Ireland, and moved to the UK in 1989.

Career

Burke began as a keyboard player, before moving to guitar.

Burke performed with Frost* on their 2008 album Experiments in Mass Appeal and their 2010 live album The Philadelphia Experiment. He also performed with Darwin's Radio as guitarist / vocalist, recording 2 albums; 2006s Eyes of the World and 2009s Template for a Generation.

In 2010 he released his first solo album, Destroy All Monsters, which was recorded at his home studio and released via ProgRock Records in the US.

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