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Dave Golding

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Dave Golding

Dave Golding
Genres Rock
Occupations Musician
Instruments Drums
Associated acts The Blue Men, The Who

Dave Golding is a British drummer who performed with The Blue Men and was one of the session drummers The Who employed while searching for a replacement for Doug Sandom.[1] (The band ultimately chose Keith Moon.)


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