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David Armstrong Schwartz, born December 26th, 1982 in Barrington IL, began playing guitar at the age of 11 and was initially inspired by the early 90's grunge sound of bands such as Pearl Jam, Nirvana, and Sound Garden. During his high school years, David played in various rock bands as well as the Barrington High School Rhythm Machine. David's musical direction made an abrupt change after hearing the rock-influenced jazz of John Mclaughlin, Al Di Meola, and Allan Holdsworth. This change in musical direction inspired David to study music full time and in 2001 he entered the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver where he studied Jazz and Commercial music as well as composition


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