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David Silver
Founder of Alpha Wave Studios

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David attended the Hart School of Music, where he learned the art of jazz under world-famous jazz saxophonist, Jackie Mclean. After being signed with Sony and Push Records, he has shared the stage with a variety of top acts including: The Coasters, The Shirelles, The Marvelettes; to classic & 80’s rock bands: Journey, Foreigner, The Hooters, Blue Oyster Cult, Cheap Trick, Firehouse, Quiet Riot, Skid Row, and The Fixx.
From 1997-2002 David put out four original albums with his band Luxx (PUSH/BMG/Sony). They toured the US, playing over 200 shows a year, sharing the stage with acts like Godsmack, Henry Rollins, Fuel, 3 Doors Down, Linda Perry, and Saliva. His journey includes collaborations with renowned producers Ron Saint Germain and Niko Bolas, along with recording sessions at prestigious studios like the Hit Factory and Electric Lady Land.
After coming off tour in 2005, David took over his family business, forming three highly successful bands, The Rhythm Shop, The Groove Shop &, most recently, The Party Shop. Following his impactful contributions to the entertainment industry, David founded and created Alpha Wave Studios—a versatile production company, sound stage, and event venue. Renowned figures now choose Alpha Wave Studios as their preferred destination to privately utilize the 5,200 sq ft facility for rehearsals, recordings, showcases, and filming promotional materials.

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