2013 has been a great year for New Brunswick native David Myles. Not only did the musician release his acclaimed double-disc set In The Nighttime, he also won his first Juno Award for his hit ‘Inner Ninja,’ recorded with multi-platinum rapper Classified.
What better way to celebrate a year of success than give back to the communities of New Brunswick? Myles’ free noon-hour performance at Champlain Place next Wednesday is one of three shows that the musician is performing in support of New Brunswick food banks.
“Donating to food banks is a direct way of helping people,” David says. “I’ve become more motivated than ever this year because my wife and I have had our first child, and I can see how frightening it would be to face the holiday season without enough food to feed my family.”
The success of the Singing For Supper tour grows year over year. Previous Singing For Supper shows have raised thousands of dollars for New Brunswick food banks. Come out and show your support for Myles, one of the country’s best live acts, while also supporting the food banks of the province.
David Myles performs at Champlain Place in Dieppe on Wednesday, Dec. 11, from noon until 1:30 p.m. in support of area food banks.