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Darryl Dybka was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. He started playing music and performing at a young age. After he developed an interest in jazz, he got his first big break playing electric piano and synthesizer with Frank Zappa. He then joined the Earl Klugh Band as keyboard player. His jazz skills were featured on records, television appearances, live radio broadcasts, and concert halls from Europe to Japan. Dybka also co-produced the Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed duet album, “Sneakin\' Around”, which won a 1992 Grammy for Best Instrumental Record. He has also been nominated for an Emmy in Music by the Michigan Chapter of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.