Current Editor of The Music, Dan Cribb got his start freelancing with iconic street press Drum Media Perth back in 2011, which eventually became The Music Perth, a publication he was appointed Editor of in 2013. Prior to that, he’d toured the world, recording with the likes of Bill Stevenson, playing bass for David Liebe Hart and more. When The Music Perth ceased publishing in 2015, his focus shifted to TheMusic.com.au. In 2016, Dan decided to record a slew of songs from The Simpsons alongside a number of high-profile Aussie acts, because why not. Dan now relates more to Homer Simpson than he does Bart and isn’t sure how to process that revelation. Oh yeah, one time he hung out with Bill Murray.
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