One month after winning his first JUNO Award and two months after co-hosting the East Coast Music Awards, David Myles is gearing up for a return trip to Port Hawkesbury.
The Fredericton native, now living in Halifax, will play the second show of the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre’s 2013 Shannon Studio Series this Friday evening, and Myles’ previous Shannon Studio appearance and a slot in the 2011 Granville Green Concert Series have him eagerly anticipating his latest Strait area show.
Really, winning a Juno award for ‘Inner Ninja’ – a collaboration with Classified, comes as no surprise for New Brunswick native David Myles. After all, good things come when you get along with someone so well.
“We have known each other for quite a while and we really see eye to eye. He has this amazing ear. He performs music by feel which is unlike me. I learned with technique, I am schooled and we are a perfect contrast.
“there’s no pretence to his songs and recordings, the emphasis is always on writing a strong song, using fine players and using traditional music values to make it strong. His singing is from the heart, and the emotions he puts out in his lyrics are honest…” – Bob Mersereau, CBC East Coast Music