Dave Teichroeb is a singer/songwriter, guitarist, producer/promoter and radio host living on Gabriola Island in British Columbia, Canada. He performs and records contemporary folk and Americana music. Described these days as kinda like Neil Young from the 1990’s.(Harvest Moon meets Rock’n In The Free world)
His band Road Poets is the going concern these days. They are deep into recording a full length album with Ron Cote (Stevie Ray Vaughn, Ramones, Blue Oyster Cult)
Dave’s 5 CD’s of original songs as Dave Teichroeb are available on all streaming platforms. His latest being Lost Horizon. Before working as a solo artist he was a founding member and principle song writer of rock bands Dizzy Maroon(1989-92) and Dissemblers(1993-97)
Throughout 2021-2022 Dave Teichroeb was the Project Manager for Gabriola Live. He booked and organized 20 live performances of Gabriola talent. Many shows were sold out and the series was a huge success financially as well as boosting morale and earnings for arts workers during the Covid19 Pandemic second year.
In 2018 he produced Gabriola Songs , a 40 song double CD of Gabriola Island musicians and song writers. His song Duster was recorded by the Kramdens in 2015, for their CD release No One Here Is Reflecting Any Light, with Dave as the guest vocalist.Road Poets, his theme based radio show goes to air every Tuesday from 5pm to 6pm. Road Poets is on CHLY- FM in Nanaimo (101.7 FM and streams at www.chly.ca) A show that features the best in contemporary folk and Americana music. The show is also podcast here – www.mixcloud.com/RoadPoets
Dave Teichroeb moved to Canada’s West Coast from Ontario in 2007. He has also lived in Alberta and Texas. You may also know him from DROG or Dave’s Records of Guelph. An independent label he operated with Lewis Melville from 1990 – 2000. DROG released over 75 CDs and worked closely with distributor Outside Music. Notable bands were – Rheostatics, Skydiggers, the Inbreds, Kate Fenner/Chris Brown, the kramdens , James Gordon, Jeff Bird and many other independent Southern Ontario acts.