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Deaf Children Playing

Deaf Children Playing

Deaf Children Playing


Deaf Children Playing was formed in the late months of 1998 by Christopher M. Skebo, Mark Verstraete and Dan Gonko. Originally started as just the three recording at home (playing everything between the three of them), then soon after the band was augmented with Chris' younger brother Jeff on Bass. The quartet played through the winter of 1999 countless shows and recorded their first EP and self-released homemade CD. Not completely satisfied with the band's sound Read more on Last.fm
Deaf Children Playing was formed in the late months of 1998 by Christopher M. Skebo, Mark Verstraete and Dan Gonko. Originally started as just the three recording at home (playing everything between the three of them), then soon after the band was augmented with Chris' younger brother Jeff on Bass. The quartet played through the winter of 1999 countless shows and recorded their first EP and self-released homemade CD.

Not completely satisfied with the band's sound, Jeff switched to percussion, Mark switched to keyboards and Aaron Stone was added to bass. The quintet played shows for the next year and a half non-stop and recorded a second homemade CD. In the winter of 2000 the band made a change once again. Dan left for college, Aaron left his role as the bassist; and in their place the band recruited Adam West to fill the guitar void and Michael Rais to fill the bassist role.

DCP played as that band until the spring of 2003 when Adam left the band. From that point on the band played as a quartet until their hiatus in 2004. On December 11th 2006, after almost 3 years of being apart, DCP reformed with a new bassist and a new rhythm guitarist. After playing several shows the band decided to finally settle-down and recorded their proper debut-album.

On October 10th 2008, DCP released "Everything is Going to Be Alright" their first "proper" album and their first recording in almost 7 years. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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