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DC Star - UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Welcome to DCStarmusic.com
the official webpage for all things DC Star!
The powerhouse rockers DC Star formed in the Washington DC suburbs. They performed throughout the Mid-Atlantic region for years before recording their first vinyl record “Blue Sparks” in 1977 . And by the time their last record album "Rockin' in the Classroom" was released by Mirage/Atlantic in 1985, DC Star had conquered the whole northeast from the Carolinas to Maine.
With the sad passing of vocalist Ken Taylor in 2011 it would have been easy to let memories fade into history. But DC Star band leader and writer David Simmons preserves their legacy with the encouragement of fans and support of Susan Singer of Reach Digital Consulting who co-designed and built our websites.
We hope you enjoy your trip down Rock-and-Roll Memory Lane and welcome you to send questions or contact band members through the links below. Rock on!
- FEATURING -
Come Back To Me
Dreaming Of You
All Comes Down to Love
Give Your Love to Me
The Torch Song
Closer To You
I Like It
Lay Down The Law
The Best of DC Star
Records 1977 – 1983
- FEATURING -
Blue Sparks / Is It You? / Makin’ Time Don’t Call Me Punk / No Friend of Mine Wastin’ Time / Keeper Of The Keys
Stop The World From Turning
Both Feet On The Ground
Love Me Love Me Drive Me Insane
“Rockin’ in the Classroom”
– STUDIO TRACKS –
I Wanna Rock Tonight / Rockin’ in the Classroom / Do You Know What I Mean
Feelin’ Good to Me / Fortuneteller
-LIVE TRACKS –
Come Back to Me / Tell Me Like It Is
Call Her The Wild / Miller Time / Livin’ in a Rock and Roll Whirl