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About Derrin Foster

Derrin’s musical journey began on October 13, 1983 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Growing up surrounded by music he took to it at an early age. He left the country for Newport News, VA at the age of 3, but spent summers at his grandparent’s home in Yanceyville, NC.

Derrin became a founding member of Hampton-based metal band Sarin. The band played numerous shows, and developed local popularity earning the opening slots for bands such as: Static X, Otep, and 2 Cent. After the band disbanded Derrin formed Into Ashes with friends of the band Lane Brown, and Michael Gergets, as well as his long-time friend Tony Reid.

During a brief hiatus from Into Ashes, Derrin began a side project with Into Ashes bassist Lucas Arcangelo, and singer-songwriter Kimberly Hawks called VeraSpell. The hard rock female fronted band was short lived, and Derrin resumed work with IA. After a few successful shows opening for national acts such as Adrenaline Mob, and Fates Warning Derrin and Into Ashes went on an indefinite hiatus.

In 2014 while in the midst of contemplating a move to Nashville to work with former VeraSpell lead vocalist Kimberly Hawks on her debut country album, Derrin was approached by former VeraSpell backing vocalist Laura Rice to join the rockin' new country band TypeCast. After much deliberation Derrin decided to join TypeCast.

After the release of their debut single "Blame It On the Fireball" tensions ran high, and Derrin ultimately decided to leave TypeCast to pursue an opportunity with a new talent in the country scene named Maria Taylor. With Derrin and guitarist Dana Parton (formerly of TypeCast), drummer Taylor Gomer (formerly of Bria Kelly), and bassist James Modulus forming Maria's band, Maria quickly built a name for herself in the local country scene, and with national acts as well, opening for acts such as: The Eli Young Band, Chris Stapleton, The Brothers Osborne, Chris Young, etc. Maria released her debut single "Can't Forgive the Rain" to rave reviews, but shortly thereafter went on hiatus due to health issues,

After taking a brief hiatus of his own, Derrin joined powerhouse country artists The Mullins Sisters in Oct. 2017. And with touring plans in the works for 2018, there is currently no end in sight!
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Genres:
Blues, Country, Metal, Rock
Hometown:
Yanceyville, North Carolina

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About Derrin Foster

Derrin’s musical journey began on October 13, 1983 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Growing up surrounded by music he took to it at an early age. He left the country for Newport News, VA at the age of 3, but spent summers at his grandparent’s home in Yanceyville, NC.

Derrin became a founding member of Hampton-based metal band Sarin. The band played numerous shows, and developed local popularity earning the opening slots for bands such as: Static X, Otep, and 2 Cent. After the band disbanded Derrin formed Into Ashes with friends of the band Lane Brown, and Michael Gergets, as well as his long-time friend Tony Reid.

During a brief hiatus from Into Ashes, Derrin began a side project with Into Ashes bassist Lucas Arcangelo, and singer-songwriter Kimberly Hawks called VeraSpell. The hard rock female fronted band was short lived, and Derrin resumed work with IA. After a few successful shows opening for national acts such as Adrenaline Mob, and Fates Warning Derrin and Into Ashes went on an indefinite hiatus.

In 2014 while in the midst of contemplating a move to Nashville to work with former VeraSpell lead vocalist Kimberly Hawks on her debut country album, Derrin was approached by former VeraSpell backing vocalist Laura Rice to join the rockin' new country band TypeCast. After much deliberation Derrin decided to join TypeCast.

After the release of their debut single "Blame It On the Fireball" tensions ran high, and Derrin ultimately decided to leave TypeCast to pursue an opportunity with a new talent in the country scene named Maria Taylor. With Derrin and guitarist Dana Parton (formerly of TypeCast), drummer Taylor Gomer (formerly of Bria Kelly), and bassist James Modulus forming Maria's band, Maria quickly built a name for herself in the local country scene, and with national acts as well, opening for acts such as: The Eli Young Band, Chris Stapleton, The Brothers Osborne, Chris Young, etc. Maria released her debut single "Can't Forgive the Rain" to rave reviews, but shortly thereafter went on hiatus due to health issues,

After taking a brief hiatus of his own, Derrin joined powerhouse country artists The Mullins Sisters in Oct. 2017. And with touring plans in the works for 2018, there is currently no end in sight!
Show More
Genres:
Blues, Country, Metal, Rock
Hometown:
Yanceyville, North Carolina

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