Dewey Syntax / Eric Dewey
Eric Dewey supporting the WIT theater fund raiser event at Blake Street Tavern in Denver, CO
I grew up in Melrose, MA playing the violin in elementary school. Stayed with the violin until middle school where I got my first acoustic guitar. I started taking lessons from Bill Harmon at Sarrin Music School in Wakefield, MA http://www.sarrinmusicstudios.com/ Bill taught me until he had suggested that I meet his guitar instructor Mike Turner of Woburn, MA. While studying under Mike Turner I was a part of a few band ensembles. Playing Hard rock music and playing gigs at the University of Lowell. Writing music for an alt rock band and getting air play at Salem State College radio. Playing in a country rock band and touring the North east market from Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut as well as Massachusetts. During all of this time I have been working and writing music with Mike Turner in his home studio. Together we created some songs that were ultimately sold to Paramount pictures. As work I taught at the Melrose Music Shop http://www.musicshopmelrose.com/ under Scott Beckwith. (Currently now owned by Steve Pina, another former student of Mike Turner). There I helped Scott endorse his line of Customer guitars “Birdsong Guitars”. Scott was able to build for me 3 guitars. The “Dewey Double Fusion”, The “Dewey Bass-ic” and a customer 9 string guitar. http://www.birdsongguitars.com/ I also started to build my own label called Kokopelli Syntax Sounds (formerly Sky Kid Laboratories). Here I have recorded several CD’s for copyright sales and purchase. Since then I have moved to Colorado with my wife and re-established my studios in Denver, CO. I have been making CD’s which I am now making available to the public for purchasing.
Birdsong guitars Youtube page
Dewey Double Fusion by Birdsong Guitars
Custom 9 string Birdsong
Dewey Bass-ic sales add from Birdsong Guitars
Where it all began
Dewey Bass-ic (recorded on all albums)
9th Bass ever built by Scott, 3rd guitar made for E.D.
Serial # 009-ED03