Dave Feeny

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Birth nameDavid Lawrence Feeny
BornMichigan, U.S.
  • Alternative rock
  • Indie rock
  • *Country
  • audio engineer
  • record producer
  • songwriter
  • musician
Years active1985–present
  • Interscope
  • Gangplank
  • Third Man Records

Dave Feeny is an American musician and audio engineer. Feeny has worked with many musical artists including Jack White, Kid Rock and most famously alongside Loretta Lynn[1] with whom he won a Grammy for best country album at the 47th Grammy Awards.[2] Loretta's backing musicians on the album went by the name the Do Whaters, and included Jack Lawrence (bass guitarist) , Patrick Keeler (drums) and Feeny (lap steel guitar).[3] He is the founder of Gangplank Records[4] as well as Tempermill Studios, which he opened in 1985.[5] He currently resides in, Ferndale, MI.


  1. "Dave Feeny's Mood Factory". Crain's Detroit.
  2. "How Jack White revitalized Loretta Lynn's career with a touch of fleet-fingered six-string fire". Guitar World.
  3. "Flashback: Watch Loretta Lynn and Jack White Tear Through 'Portland, Oregon' on 'Letterman'". Rolling Stone.
  4. "Gangplank Records". Discogs.
  5. "Tempermill engineers". Tempermill Studios.

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