Of David- TEEM, LLC Featured Artist of the Week – is fresh out of the studio and bringing a new Rock to how they Roll.
Retooled and sporting a new rhythm section, Tony Delk and Rex Salter are cranking it up a notch.
Of David, a hard driving rock band from Denver Colorado, may not be on Billboard, but they are well known in the local music scene. Tony Delk, vocals and composition, and Rex Salter, lead guitar, have been at this togethr for a while and like any band have had there challenges and their successes. Having recently changed up the rhythm section Tony and Rex took Of David right to the studio for some long awaited recording sessions for the up-coming EP release later this spring. Of David has been keeping fans updated with tracks of the upcoming album which we think is awesome and deserves your time.
Of David recently returned to the local stage with a powerhouse performance at the Toad Tavern last Friday and is hitting the stage again tonight at Casselmans Bar and Venue. Of David will be joining Random Hero and several other bands for a benefit for Judie’s House.
What makes Of David such a gem in the Denver scene is formost there big sound and driving message. Many would classify them as christian rock. We classify as good old rock and roll with a good message.
A little about Tony Delk -
Tony collaborated on new material with his new Christian friends, which led to forming a band. ‘Eye To Eye’ was the first band formed and after several members coming and going, ‘Of David’ was formed. Tony relies solely on his faith and prayer in creating ‘Of David’s’ unique sound. His desire is that ‘Of David’s’ music and ministry will inspire and bless not only church members, but also those who don’t know God.
A little about Rex Salter -
Rex’s musical influences include Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin,The Who and Pink Floyd. “The album rock of the 70′s had a huge impact on my songwriting.” Rex studied music theory throughout high school and college, but finding his way as a metal guitarist at CU in Boulder proved difficult. “Everybody was into The Dead and jam bands, and metal was dead. Grunge was awesome, but it was no longer cool to shred.”
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