David Campbell

Born Feb 7, 1948

David Richard Campbell is a Canadian-American arranger, composer and conductor. He has worked on over 450 gold and platinum albums including Death Magnetic, Minutes to Midnight, KISS Symphony: Alive IV Spirit, These Days, Fallen, ANThology, and various albums by his son Beck.… Read More

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1948 Birth Born on February 7, 1948.


2003 55 Years Old In 2003, Campbell served as conductor of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra during their one night performance with Kiss, which was released on the album Kiss Symphony: Alive IV. … Read More


2009 61 Years Old …  In February 2009 Campbell arranged Radiohead's "15 Step" for the band's collaboration with the USC Marching Band at the 2009 Grammy Awards. … Read More
2012 64 Years Old In 2012, he donated to Ron Paul's campaign in the United States Presidential election. … Read More
2014 66 Years Old He arranged and orchestrated for the Seattle Symphony and Pickwick's Sonic Evolution show on June 6, 2014.
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