Dave Osoff is an award winning keyboardist, songwriter and instrumental artist based in Massachusetts and a "musical chameleon" according to Keyboard Magazine.
In genres ranging from Rock, Funk, R&B to Gospel, Blues and Boogie his palette of sounds, colors and grooves is equally wide ranging, incorporating acoustic and electric piano, soulful Hammond organ, clavinet and an array of vintage/modern synthesizers and samples into the music.
Dave's instrumental album 'Mosaic', with its innovative blend of contemporary jazz, funk, rock, blues and more was awarded '2004 Instrumental Jazz Album of the Year' as well as the track 'Never Enough' as '2004 Instrumental Jazz Song of the Year' by Just Plain Folks, a worldwide community of over 50,000 Songwriters, Recording Artists, Music Publishers, Record Labels and other members of the Music Industry. Dave is currently working on the followup to the 'Mosaic' album as well as a new solo piano project.
Dave has recorded and/or performed with Wilbur and the Dukes, Way Up South, Vykki Vox Band, Jiggle The Handle, guitarist and composer Fran Dagostino, Rhythm of the Saints, a tribute to the music of Paul Simon, 2012 "The Voice" artists Nicole Nelson and Sam James, Max Creek, The 3 Kings: A Tribute to To The Music of BB King, Albert King and Freddie King and many others.
Dave has had the pleasure of sharing stages with Little Feat, Doobie Brothers, Leon Russell, Eric Burdon, Brian Auger, Collective Soul, The Spindoctors, Widespread Panic, among many others. Dave has composed and/or licensed music to productions by the New England Sports Network, USA Cable, United Airlines and the Fuel Network as well as independent films, Boston area public access television stations, websites and corporate presentations. He composes and licenses custom music for internet, corporate and multimedia use.