Donnie Vie; one of rock's biggest secrets who has been crafting melodic power pop and rock songs for over 30 years. He and his band were instant critics' darlings with a debut record that soared up the charts generating two long playing MTV hits, a "Top Pick" from Rolling Stone Magazine, and inciting numerous TV and radio performances with repeat invitations from David Letterman and Howard Stern. That band was Enuff Z'Nuff, and led by Donnie's songwriting sensibilities and distinctive melodic vocals they continued on to make some truly great records.
Over those years, Donnie has amassed over 25 albums' worth of songs and decades of live shows to his name, both with and without his former band. Now a solo act, Vie continues his songwriting and performing under his own name. Releasing a string of well regarded and critically acclaimed songs and albums garnering him a Grammy nomination, Vie has ignited a renewed vibrancy and interest in his solo work. Latest releases include the highly rated long-player "Beautiful Things" which innovatively celebrated his fanbase on the album cover, and contained guest turns from industry luminaries such as Paul Gilbert and Roger Manning Jr; and upbeat rocker Party Time which headlined a career (so far) retrospective compilation and brought with it it's fun superhero themed video.
Rolling Stone Magazine described Donnie's writing skills as
whereas Billboard Magazine says,
Though Enuff Z'Nuff was inaccurately portrayed from the beginning, Vie's first, hard rocking fan base is still his strongest. The members of this cult-like following recognize Donnie's musical genius and embrace his poetic nature with its signature hooks. His supporters remain some of his most faithful, loyal and enthusiastic out there, and it is these fans who say