Jazz musician Dave Fleming (Dublin, 1952), played double bass in the Friday/Seezer ensemble for the Kurt Weill tribute shows (“Ich Liebe Dich”) in 2001.
Dave is largely self-taught. He studied piano before moving on to play guitar and organ in local bands in his teens. He became aware of jazz in his early twenties and picked up the double bass. He has played with many musicians visiting Ireland, including Lynne Arriale, Scott Hamilton, Spike Robinson, Harold Land, Warren Vache, Teddy Edwards, Bobby Shew, Art Farmer, Joe Pass, Barney Kessel, Billy Eckstine, Jimmy Witherspoon, Van Morrison and Mose Allison.
He has recorded with US tenor player, Spike Robinson, the Tommy Halferty Quartet, Hugh Buckley Quartet, Van Morrison & The Chieftains and with the Irish Jazz Orchestra.