David Myles returns to New Brunswick for a weekend of shows between Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John with Symphony New Brunswick. See poster below for details. We hope to see you there!
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CBC’s East Coast Music Hour Showcase with David Myles at The ECMAs
Multi award-winning artist and CBC Radio host David Myles brings The East Coast Music Hour live to the Holy Heart Theatre in St John’s. The show will bring together an incredible cast of east coast artists: Shanneyganock, Vishten, Tim Chaisson, Brianna Gosse, James Hill, Anne Janelle and Alan Jeffries. The concert is being recorded for broadcast on The East Coast Music Hour with David Myles, CBC radio’s window on the best music from across all four Atlantic provinces.
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David Myles set to perform the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre March 7 with special guest
Soaring high after winning the CAPACOA (Canadian Arts Presenting Association) award for Touring Artist of the Year and yet another East Coast Music Award nomination for Entertainer of the Year, Centre for the Arts’ regular David Myles is returning to the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre stage.
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“Last year’s show was awesome. I think that venue was really neat — it has a Roman Gladiator vibe,” Myles said. “I love performing there, especially as the audience seems to grow more familiar with what I do.”
Myles’ signature sound is classified as “roots”, a style comprised of its soft melodies, and lyrical fortitude. In a live performance like this however, the act and presentation is almost as important as any specific genre or sound.
“While my approach to music is more roots, I feel that my sound is very accessible”, said Myles.
Music blogger Mark Weber has described Myles’ style as being “like Buddy Holly, Jack Johnson, Harry Connick, Jr., Barenaked Ladies, Lionel Richie, James Taylor, Jamie Cullum and Cee-Lo Green in one person.”
CBC: A little David Myles love for Valentine’s
Aw, who loves ya, baby? You know it’s loverboy himself, David Myles. He’s a sucker for sentiment, especially holidays, and he has a special thing for Valentine’s Day. He wants to plant a big smooch on the whole world, and what better way than a musical gift for all.
He’s laid down a new, acoustic version of his cut “I Wouldn’t Dance,” from his album In The Nightime, and is sharing it for free. It was cut with his band (Kyle Cunjak, bass, Alan Jeffries, guitar) in January, part of a session where they laid down new, acoustic versions of a large batch of his tracks. They are, for now, destined for an album for the U.S. that gives an introduction/overview to new audiences there. No doubt more of these make-overs will appear in other ways over the coming months.
So spread the love, and it’s not going to be long before Myles returns to New Brunswick for some shows. He’s doing a series of concerts with Symphony New Brunswick in a couple of months. Myles and SNB will be at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton on April 13, The Playhouse in Fredericton April 14, and The Imperial in Saint John on April 15.
Here are the links to your Valentine’s gift:
Download Link: http://bit.ly/1CjTwi2
A Song for Valentine’s Day
Happy Valentine’s Day!! As has become a tradition, we have a little love
song treat for you. Feel free to share it with as many as you would like!
It’s a newly recorded acoustic version of “I Wouldn’t Dance”. I recorded
it with my band in January and thought you’d enjoy it!
You can stream the song below or download it directly to your computer by clicking here.
All the best,
VOTE for ECMA Entertainer of the Year at www.thetelegram.com.
David Myles nominated for 2015 ECMA
Among the nominees is David Myles, who is nominated for Fans’ Choice Entertainer of the Year. Fans can vote here: www.thetelegram.com