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David Summers

Background information
Birth name David Summers Rodríguez
Born February 26, 1964 (1964-02-26) (age 46)
Madrid, Spain
Origin Madrid, Spain
Genres Pop rock, rock
Occupations Musician, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar, bass guitar
Years active 1982–present
Associated acts Hombres G

David Summers Rodríguez (born February 26, 1964) is a Spanish vocalist, songwriter, guitarist, and bassist, best known as the frontman of the Spanish rock band Hombres G. [1]


Early and personal life

David Summers is the son of Manuel Summers [2], a Spanish film director and screenwriter, and Conzuelo Rodríguez. [3]

David married Marta Madruga on January 18, 1992, and they currently have twins, Daniel and Lucía, born in 2000. [4]

Musical career


Hombres G

At a young age, David Summers initiated his musical career with several other friends under the name Los Residuos, but had little success. [5]

David later joined Rafa Gutiérrez, Dani Mezquita, and Javi Molina in 1982. After discarding their first name, La Burguesía Revolucionaria, they established themselves as Hombres G. [6] As a member of Hombres G, David has served as main vocalist and composer.

David and the rest of the band members faced massive success and an expanding fanbase. [7] They released two movies, Sufre Mamón and Suéltate el pelo, in which they played themselves.

Hombres G split up in 1993, after which David pursued a solo career, but reunited in 2002. [8]

Solo career

During Hombres G's extended break, David Summers pursued a solo career, releasing four albums. [9]

In 1994, David released the self-titled David Summers, which he dedicated to his father, due to his passing away. Most of his solo work has been described as romantic, deep, and melodious. [10]


As a member of Hombres G


  • David Summers (1994)
  • Perdido en el espacio (1997)
  • En directo desde el metropolitan (1998)
  • Basado en hechos reales (2001)


  • Sufre Mamón (1987)
  • Suéltate el pelo (1988)



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