Dave Titley was created in Britain, in the Midlands, and was set on music before he reached his young adults. He changed professional in his mid-teens, and produced his first documenting in the beginning of the 1970s as the business lead vocalist and guitarist within a intensifying rock quartet known as Salamander, who left out one record, entitled The Ten Commandments, released in the Youngblood label. He afterwards gravitated toward even more of a lyrical, folk-rock-influenced sound, motivated by the task of Crosby, Stills & Nash as well as the Eagles. Titley eventually became a songwriter and studio room musician, located in Cornwall. He also used the Celtic folk clothing Saraband, and collaborated with American vocalist/songwriter Colin Scott, aswell as indulging in a flavor for jazz and nation music. Titley relocated to holland in the first ’80s, where he was incredibly busy being a program guitarist, and incredibly visible on tv accompanying a lot of the best folk and pop performers of the time. He remains energetic as a vocalist/songwriter and entertainer in the 21st hundred years.