Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Singer, Guitarist
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Vocals and guitar for Ambrosia
David Pack co-founded Ambrosia in 1970 while living in the Californian South Bay. Prior to releasing its first record, the band received considerable exposure participating in the premier of Leonard Bernstein's Mass at the Kennedy Center for performing Arts in 1973. Their self-titled debut, produced and engineered by Alan Parsons, garnered them national success in 1975, but it is probably the 1978 radio hit How Much I Feel for which most people remember them.
Ambrosia split-up in 1984, but Pack and the other original members re-convened the band in 1989 and have continued to be active since.
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