After more than three decades in the music business, jazz drummer Dave Storrs has amassed a wealth of experience and numerous recording credits. In the early '80s he began recording albums as a headliner, with the release of 1983's Ross Island. He released Report From a Log in 1987, then founded his own record label in 1995, Louie Records. By 2001 the label had released 19 records, some of which received critical and commercial attention on the national level, including albums by Rob Blakeslee and the Tone Sharks, which Storrs also leads. He continued to release a number of albums in the late '90s, both as a member of the Tone Sharks and as a headliner in his own right. In 2001 he released his first solo percussion album, Another Thing, which featured Storrs on all instruments, as well as production and engineering.
Dave Storrs Biography
by Stacia Proefrock