Dan Baird initial rose to popularity within the ’80s because the frontman with rootsy boogie rock and roll revivalists the Georgia Satellites and continued to some lively single career performing heartfelt and energetic Southern-accented rock and roll & roll. Delivered on Dec 12, 1953, in NORTH PARK, California but elevated in Atlanta, Georgia, Baird found the guitar in early stages and began using local rings during his teenage years. By Dec of 1980, Baird had shaped the Georgia Satellites (which would ultimately contain Baird and Rick Richards on vocals/electric guitar, Rick Cost on bass, and Mauro Magellan on drums). The quartet quickly discovered their musical specific niche market as a club band edition of such traditional three-chord rockers as AC/DC, the Encounters, as well as the Rolling Rocks, but with a Dixie-fried undertow. In 1985, they released their debut documenting, an independently released six-song EP entitled Keep the Beliefs. The mini-album helped property the Satellites a documenting agreement with Elektra, which resulted in the release of the full-length, self-titled major-label debut a season later. It got some time for the record to get steam, nonetheless it became a shock platinum-certified strike by the summertime of 1987, because of the amount five hit one “Keep THE HANDS to Yourself,” and another well-known one/video, “Battleship Stores.” Baird as well as the Satellites released two more produces during the past due ’80s, 1988’s Open up FOREVER and 1989’s Within the Property of Salvation and Sin, but neither matched up the achievement of their self-titled debut, and resulted in the group’s break up from the dawn from the ’90s. It didn’t consider miss Baird to restore his footing and commence a single profession, as evidenced by 1991’s Like Tunes for the Hearing Impaired (released on Rick Rubin’s Def American label). The recording appeared to place Baird back on the right course commercially, spawning a favorite solitary/video with “I REALLY LIKE You Period.” But an extended break ensued prior to the appearance of his sophomore single work, 1996’s Buffalo Nickel, which sunk from view shortly after launch because of poor advertising. (Exactly the same 12 months, the Georgia Satellites re-formed, but without Baird). Baird arranged his places on generating and/or guesting on additional artist’s recordings, including Fred Haring’s This Grand Parade, Will Hoge’s Carousel, and Chris Knight’s VERY GOOD Man. Baird also started saving and touring along with his group the Yayhoos, who arrived together amid the unsuccessful Buffalo Nickel tour. Featuring Baird, Eric Ambel, Terry Anderson, and Keith Christopher, the group released two albums: 2001’s Dread Not the most obvious and 2006’s Place the Hammer Down. In 2001, Baird and his short-lived combo the Couch Kings released the recording Redneck Savant, while From Mothballs, a assortment of outtakes and rarities, made an appearance early in 2003. In 2005, Baird revealed his new music group, Dan Baird & Homemade Sin, using the recording Feels SO EXCELLENT, released by himself Jerkin’ Crocus label. A live recording followed by the finish of the entire year, and Baird and his group released a reliable stream of item, including the studio room albums Dan Baird & Homemade Sin (2008), Circus Existence (2013), and obtain Loud (2015), and a amount of live albums, mainly from times in Sweden as well as the U.K., where Baird and Homemade Sin experienced developed a faithful pursuing. Baird also released another side task in 2013 using the debut from the Bluefields, which also highlighted Warner Hodges of Jason as well as the Scorchers, Joe Blanton from the Royal Courtroom of China, and Brad Pemberton of Iodine as well as the Cardinals. In early 2017, Baird released SoLow, a single release where he taken care of all vocals and musical instruments himself.