“…this talented singer-songwriter has 10 albums under his belt and plenty of praise to go with them. Something of a musical chameleon, Myles is as comfortable with jazz and pop as he is with folk and R&B. His latest CD, Real Love, is a nostalgia-tinged ode to classic rock.” [READ MORE]
Juno award winner David Myles came to 49 Franklin last year and was so well-received he’s coming back this summer at 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 12.
Rock and roll’s diverse, electrifying roots dig deep into Myles’ 10th album, “Real Love.” Hear them in the old-school Johnny Cash shuffle and lightning-in-a-bottle twang of “Night And Day.” They pull listeners by the hand and dance slowly to the swingy drums and ‘50s-era Roy Orbison croon of “Easy.” With the rousing orchestral thrill of “Night After Night,” they sprawl out into simmering soul as Myles seethes at a lover who’s been running around with another.
“…one of the most impressive records I’ve heard by any artist this year.” -The Maine Edge
Earlier this year, The Maine Edge featured a cover story about Juno Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician David Myles, bearing the headline: ‘He’s Hot. He’s Sexy. He’s Canadian.’
My variation on the title of an infamous late ‘70s Rolling Stone cover story about Doors lead singer Jim Morrison was designed to be an attention grabber.
Après 10 albums en anglais, le chanteur David Myles fait le pari de chanter en français sur son prochain album, Le grand départ.
Né dans une famille anglophone à Fredericton, au Noveau-Brunswick, il a appris le français à l’école et lors d’un voyage d’immersion en Belgique. Il habite maintenant en Nouvelle-Écosse. [READ MORE]