Bassist extrodinare Guy DeVito.

People's champion.

Rockin' the low down,

Slappin' it silly,

Walkin' it on home,

Arco so smooth... like budda.

Throw him Jazz, or Irish, or Zydecco,

Any song, any key... ready, GO.

Getting it done in the Studio... magic man...

Makin' it sparkle,

Feel the pulse... that's life worth living.

Passing it on with his teaching...

Wisdom for those cued up to listen.

Has recorded and graced the stage with the greats...

John Kay and Steppenwolf
Stevie Wonder,
Matt "Guitar" Murphy,
Felix Pappalardi,
Alan Hager,
Danny Johnson

and closer to home...

Jeff Pevar , Steven Schoenberg,
Little Jimmy and the Bad Boys,
Joel Zoss , The Shaboo Allstars,
The Colbys, Craig Eastman, Tom McClung,
Jim Henry, Norman Blain, Leah Kunkel,
Robert Emmet Fitzgerald and the Yank Celt Band name a few.

As musical director at The Agouti Nightclub on the Caribbean island of Montserrat, Guy and guitarist Christopher Newland formed the Agouti Bros Band which melded American Rock and Roll with Calypso and Soca music.

His eclectic record production credits include Salamander Crossing's debut Bluegrass album and Robert Emmett Fitzgerald's collection of Celtic songs called "The Minstrelsy", as well as Joel Zoss' Reggae anthem "Bob Marley International" .

Guy DeVito... Bassist and record producer who has called New England his home since his arrival in 1969 as a founding member of the premiere rock group, FAT.

During his twelve year tenure the group recorded for RCA, Atlantic and their own Dream Merchant Records, and toured internationally.

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