David Filice is a professional bassist, born and raised in Northern California, and now based in
Los Angeles. David is a 20 plus year veteran of the music industry, and his touring career has brought him to over 40 countries worldwide with multiple platinum and Grammy winning artists. For the past ten years David has been splitting his time touring globally with both The Party Crashers, a top international corporate event band, and DMC and The Hellraisers, a project fronted by Darryl McDaniels aka DMC from Hip Hop Legends Run DMC. In 2021 they released their debut album “Raw Cane Sugar,” which David co-wrote and produced with the band.
Other touring/performing credits over the years include Bono and the Edge (on American Idol Season 11 finale), David Archuleta (American Idol, Jive Records Artist) famed Poison and Mr.Big guitarist Richie Kotzen, The Rembrandts, Bret Michaels, Country Legend Trace Adkins, The Motels, Sophie B. Hawkins, Stephen Pearcy, and more.
He has also developed a diverse resume as a film and television composer, creating music for films on Showtime as well as shows on E!, MTV, VH1, Fox, ABC, Disney Channel, A&E, Bravo, Discovery, HBO and Cinemax. “Bad Cat,” a song he co wrote and produced for internationally renowned Japanese artist Yoko Yazawa, hit the Billboard charts. In addition, David played in One Tribe Nation, a Los Angeles based Afro Cuban funk-rock-soul band, from 2005-2012; he co-wrote the album "We Are The One." In 2017, he teamed up with singer/songwriter Matt Hartke to create the unique bicoastal “beachy” pop group Vacation Music Club. Their EP Vol. 1 features veteran backing musicians who have worked with everyone from Mick Jagger and Kelly Clarkson to Smashmouth and Ariana Grande.
Bass Magazine November 2021
Available in the October issue in the UK, November US, Bass player Magazine out no!! I did a feature with them last summer and it was just released a week ago to newsstands and bookstores that still exist. This is a new highlight in my career and I am honored to be part of such a great legacy of a magazine. Single issue buy link below: