Month: June 2012

Noise11 interview in Australia

Canada’s dandy troubadour David Myles talks awards, proposals, bossa nova, hip-hop, and how old people relate to his quarter-life crisis.

David Myles has collected a slew of awards, worked with rappers and Brazilian musicians, won a song contest to plug his native New Brunswick, and his zippy songwriting over five studio albums runs from the happy-clappy to profound.

We talk to the eager Canadian about all of the above, plus the quarter-life crisis that spawned his International Songwriting  Competition-winning “When It Comes My Turn”,

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Summer of Simple Pleasures

One of David’s “Simple Pleasures” is giving back, and this summer he’s doing that by performing a solo show at the Chester Playhouse on Sunday, August 19 and proceeds will be donated to the local Lighthouse Food Bank and Feed Nova Scotia. David’s support for food banks began in 2009 with his annual Singing For Supper tour in New Brunswick, which saw him performing free shows for the public in return for food and cash donations.

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