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Since 1986 Don 'Donnie Ice' Kisselbach (aka D-Ice, aka D-Wrecks, aka Don van Donn) has been the bassist/vocalist, with "The Turtles, featuring Flo & Eddie".
He has completed his first solo album, a children's CD called "My Dog Ate My Homework".
He has also played bass with:
- Alice Cooper on "Constrictor" (MCA)
- Joe Lynn Turner - two releases for Elektra Records
- David Hasselhoff's "Knightrocker"
- Rick Derringer - "Face To Face" and "Good Dirty Fun"(CBS)
- Lou Christie
- Edgar Winter
- Bebe Buell
- Alan Merrill (writer of "I Love Rock & Roll" by Joan Jett)
- Practice of Silence (EMI/Toshiba video in Japan)
- Tommy James & The Shondells
A fixture in recording studios around the globe, Don has also written material for
- Rick Derringer
- The title track for the Lorimar motion picture 'Second Sight' featuring Bronson Pinchot
- Lyrics for JVC jazz-rock artist Toshi Kankawa.
- Don wrote, played bass and sang on two albums for Atlantic Records artist Fiona and was Musical Director for the attendance-breaking Bryan Adams "Reckless" tour for which Fiona, Don and company were the opening act.
- Don contributed songs for a project conceived and produced by Bob Hinkle (BMG/Kids) entitled "The Man On The Moon Takes A Night Off" featuring Roger Daltrey (lead singer of The Who) in lead role, on which he also played bass and sang background vocals.