WU Reader Frank Stamm kindly introduces us to the music of Del Rivers. Mr. Stamm further enlightens us:
A cover story was done on Del in Rochester’s alternative newspaper City
News in 2001 that said of him “the list of musicians he's worked with
reads like a who's-who of Rochester garage rock: Cousin Al, Insiders,
Fadeaways, It's My Party, Fertility Rite Brothers, McFadden's Parachute,
Fugitives, Earthlings.” Del has been backed back by some of Rochester’s
best musicians, and has turned out a list of singles over the years that
place him at the head of the pack: “Second in Line”, “Soul Chaser”,
“She Walks Like a Robot”.
After taking a detour for a few years into comedy and acting, he has found
a new band that matches his musical sensibilities, Fudge Club. They have
released three music videos now: “Duesenberg (All The Way)”, the
controversial “Ape Farmers”, and now the new single, “Wacky Bushy
It’s never too late to jump on the Del bandwagon! Del Rivers will field
his new work, old work, or his problems with women.