Born in Bermondsey, South London DALLENGER (David John Foster) later grew up in North Hertfordshire. He expressed a big interest in music from a young age, learning to play the guitar when he was eight years old.
Some of his earliest influences were the likes of Mick Taylor, Rory Gallagher and in particular Johnny Winter.
From the age of eleven throughout his teens, DALLENGER actively toured as the lead guitarist of a Chicago blues band, the Coalhouse Walker Blues Band. In this time he played alongside the likes of Wilko Johnson, The Blockheads, Otis Grand and Nine Below Zero to name a few, and he received high acclaim at many festivals and shows across the UK & Europe.
Although growing up predominantly playing the electric guitar, DALLENGER is classically trained. He is also highly skilled in music production and is currently based at “The Roost” Studios in Norfolk where he continues to write and produce music.