Dave Muldawerwas raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico before moving to Santa Cruz in 1989 to attend UCSC. Growing up, his passions were music and tennis. He was an All-State alto saxophonist in both jazz and classical music and well as one of the top ranked tennis players in the Southwest section. While at UC Santa Cruz, Dave channeled his focus into the Banana Slug tennis team (and some schoolwork). First as a player and then as a coach, Dave helped lead the team to the Final Four of the NCAA Championships for seven years in a row---and 2 National Championships. This commitment left little time for music, yet Dave forged his persona of “Rock-Idol Dave”, a nickname bestowed upon him as he dominated the local Karaoke scene. He continued his sax and singing with the band Roll,Rip & Cut until their demise in 2005. It was then that Dave dedicated himself to playing guitar with the same Championship mentality he learned as an elite athlete. Dave and Greg became friends in 2006 and by 2007 had started recording songs together, officially forming The D'oh Bros in the spring of 2009.
“You don’t rise to the level of competition, you fall to the level of preparation.” OR
“Boy, when Marge first told me she was going to the police academy, I thought it'd be fun and exciting, you know, like that movie, "Spaceballs". But instead it's been painful and disturbing like that movie "Police Academy".”
The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, The Eagles, Billy Joel, Tom Petty, Bad Company, Steely Dan, The Smiths, The Cure, Depeche Mode, They Might be Giants, Beastie Boys, A Tribe Called Quest, Cake, Nirvana, Pearl Jam.
Greg Brown: Bass, Ukulele,
Keyboards, Backup Vocals, Mouth Harp
D'oh Bro Greg, a guitar player
at heart, has played the keyboards in various bands for the last 25+
years. So it's perfectly obvious that he should play the Bass
and the Ukulele for the D'oh Bros. My first band, the Purple Turtles,
was raised on the Simpsons. Every Sunday night we'd play a backyard
party, barbeque and catch the Sunday night Simpsons before retiring
home for the coming week.
Keith Wood : Lead Guitar
Currently the lead guitar player for local bands The Clamtones and Freedom BLVD. Joined the D'ohbros in 2010.