Foster, David Walter

FOSTER, David Walter, musician, record producer (b 1 Nov 1949, Victoria). After growing up in VICTORIA, he moved to England when he was still in his teens to pursue a career in pop music. When he returned to Canada he played briefly with Rompin' Ronnie Hawkins, then moved to VANCOUVER and played in the band Skylark, which had a huge success with its song "Wildflower." He moved to Los Angeles in 1972, then went from being a studio session musician to an award-winning record producer for a string...

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