Month: May 2013

Guff Magazine

“In the Nighttime is a great record any musician could be proud to put their name on; the song choice is seamless as you listen from start to finish without noticing. Song topics and themes range from expecting and impending fatherhood, relationship drama and finding happiness. It’s well worth a listen…” – Guff Magazine

Espace.mu Review – A Double Album and a Duo

“You might say he is a bit Jack Johnson. A light melody on the beach with a surf board not far away. Others will find his style oscillates between James Taylor and Paul Simon. His choruses have a humour and a tenderness of a gentle story teller, often acoustic, relaxed, accompanied by a simple guitar and double bass.” – Espace.mu

Espace.mu Review – A double album and a duo

You might say he is a bit Jack Johnson. A light melody on the beach with a surf board not far away. Others will find his style oscillates between James Taylor and Paul Simon. His choruses have a humour and a tenderness of a gentle story teller, often acoustic, relaxed, accompanied by a simple guitar and double bass. All of this should give you a small idea of David Myles. But this slender singer who comes to us directly from Fredericton,

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