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Session musician Chuck Treece is the only multi-instrumentalist around town who’s plied his trade for the Bad Brains, Pearl Jam, Sting, Overkill, Amy Grant, Busta Rhymes and Billy Joel (he played bass on “River of Dreams”), not to mention such Philadelphia luminaries as the Goats, Stiffed, Nancy Falkow, G. Love, Jeffrey Gaines, King Britt and Stiffed. But though Treece is the kind of guy who’s mostly known by those in the know, he steps into the spotlight every now and again.

Treece released two albums with his band McRad, Absence of Sanity in the 1980s (rereleased 2001) and FDR in 2007. He also played guitar with New York Hardcore band Underdog and recorded on their 1989 LP "Vanishing Point". In 1991, he also released a solo album on Caroline Records titled Dream'n.
 
 
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