Dave DeFries Net Worth
Dave DeFries Net Worth: Dave DeFries is a British jazz musician who has a net worth of $5 million. Born in 1952 in London, England, Dave DeFries plays the trumpet, flugelhorn, and percussion in his jazz tracks. He was a member of Chris McGregor's group Brotherhood of Breath. The band was created during the late '60s as an extension of McGregor's The Blue Notes.
The group played for roughly a decade together before several deaths led to band members going their separate ways until a reunion in the late '80s. The Brotherhood of Breath released ten albums between 1971 and 1989, including 1971's "Chris McGregor's Brotherhood of Breath", 1971's "Eclipse at Dawn", 1972's "Brotherhood", 1973's "Traveling Somewhere", 1978's "Procession", and 1981's "Country Cooking". DeFries also played in the Breakfast Band. That group frequently appeared on "Night Owls", Dave Gelly's show on BBC Radio Two. DeFries has also played with Penguin Café, the Charlie Watts Orchestra, Sunwind, The Dave DeFries Quartet, and Loose Tubes. He released his solo debut contemporary jazz album, "The Secret City", in 1986, containing tracks such as "Reflections On The Great Invocation", "Le Marche A La Marche Des Peches", "Bubbles", "The Secret City", "Naledis Dreamsong", and "The Charge Of The Water Brigade".
|Net Worth:||$5 Million|
|Date of Birth:||May 24, 1952 (70 years old)|
|Profession:||Trumpeter, Percussionist, Musician, Composer, Music Arranger|