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Nick D'Virgilio is an American drummer, often referred to as NDV, perhaps best known as a member of the progressive rock band Spock's Beard. He was also one of two drummers chosen to replace Phil Collins in Genesis on the Calling All Stations sessions. He has also done session work with many artists including Tears for Fears. The Shaming of the True, Kevin Gilbert's second solo album, was released posthumously. The album was incomplete, but Gilbert's estate asked D'Virgilio to complete it based on the extant tapes and Gilbert's notes. Read more on Last.fm
Nick D'Virgilio is an American drummer, often referred to as NDV, perhaps best known as a member of the progressive rock band Spock's Beard. He was also one of two drummers chosen to replace Phil Collins in Genesis on the Calling All Stations sessions. He has also done session work with many artists including Tears for Fears. The Shaming of the True, Kevin Gilbert's second solo album, was released posthumously. The album was incomplete, but Gilbert's estate asked D'Virgilio to complete it based on the extant tapes and Gilbert's notes.

Shaming was released in 2000 and has D'Virgilio on many tracks contributing drums, precussion, bass, guitar, keyboards and backing vocals. After Neal Morse left Spock's Beard in 2002, D'Virgilio took over on lead vocals and has since recorded three albums, Feel Euphoria, Octane and the self titled Spock's Beard. He recorded his first solo album, Karma in 2001. D'Virgilio also filled in for Mark Zonder on Fates Warning's summer tour with Dream Theater and Queensrÿche in 2003. Zonder's prior commitments prevented him from taking part in that relatively high-profile tour, and he ceased performing with the band following its 2005 release FWX due to a reported aversion to touring. D'Virgilio has played with the band on a handful of gigs supporting that album and appeared on its 2006 DVD release "Live in Athens." Since 2003, D'Virgilio has also been the drummer for the power pop band The Rubinoos.

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