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David Reo is a guitarist, songwriter, music producer with a fine catalog of tunes released in the Country, blues, and easy listening modes found on most on line outlets. David Reo was also an apprentice writer for 26 Happy Days Television episodes. In his late teens he wrote the Potsie Quits School episode. He also has sold a script for a Quinn Martin Productions Pilot entitled, A Rock & A Hard Place episode entitled, The Treasure. David wrote a one half hour situation comedy for the television show Double Trouble and he Wrote a one half hour situation comedy for the television show Blossom. Episode #63 PARIS. Directed by Bill Bixby. David wrote a one half-hour situation comedy for the television show Blossom Episode #71 entitled 38 SPECIAL. Directed by Ted Wass. He also wrote a one half-hour situation comedy for the television show, The Laroquette Show. David wrote and published music for the situation comedy Blossom entitled, I've got my ticket He also performed the song on the show. He has produced three solo albums to date, He is currently in the studio working on his next two albums. He also produced The Preachers Blues Band, Yeah Baby album and Michelle Corbin's latest album entitled Miss Michelle.. He has played in live performance in Los Angeles and Ventura weekly for many years. He is brother to veteran TV producer. Don Reo. MEMBERS: BMI, WRITERS GUILD OF AMERICA, Local 47.