The East Coast Music Award winner and Fredericton native now calls Halifax home but is returning to New Brunswick for a trio of shows in Moncton, Fredericton and Saint John’s biggest shopping malls for his annual Singing For Supper tour.
Now entering its third year, the Singing For Supper shows help raise funds for local food banks. This year’s Metro Moncton show takes place at Champlain Place on Wednesday, starting at noon.
David’s perspective on the shortages that food banks often have to deal with throughout the course of the year,
David Myles just wrapped up his cross-country tour and didn’t forget anything on his Canadian trek. Not even his family.
“My wife [Nina Corfu] and my baby Maria came along. So, it was definitely a different kind of tour. To be honest, it was great. It gave me something else to look forward to other than the shows, so I came into the shows with more energy.”
Four-month-old Maria kept herself busy by blogging,
Our boy David Myles is once again singing for his supper this Christmas. In what has become an annual holiday event, Myles returns to his home province for a series of shows that raise money, awareness and food for New Brunswick food banks. It’s the third year for the event, called Singing For Supper, which sees Myles performing in a very different venue. The shows happen in malls, over the lunch hour. There the audience is asked to make contributions,