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TWENTY YEARS AGO

It was February 22nd, 1997.  Some of you may have been there, some of you may have since bought the album. But 20 years ago today my first solo record 100 Camels was launched at Twiggy's on Queen West in Toronto.  I know what you are thinking, how can that be, you haven't changed a bit :) Well, time flies when you're having fun and it has been a crazy ride ever since. It seemed fitting that only last week I recorded the final song for my upcoming record with one of the original cast members from 100 Camels…

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NEW VIDEO FOR "STRONGER BACK"

As our world seems to show more and more cracks everyday, I thought you might find a little light from this wonderful song written by Doug Gill.  “Stronger Back” was on my UNDERNEATH record and I recorded this live video during the CLARKE HALL SESSIONS which didn't make it onto that CD, but I decided to put up the video.  Please share it with anyone you think might enjoy it. 

Well the silly season is upon us and I’m certainly not encouraging anyone to buy something they don't need but if you think some…

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FALL TOUR 2016

I’m just back from a wonderful tour adding 7,000 km’s to the car and lots of memories to the memory bank.  We made our way through the rugged beauty of northern Ontario’s water, rocks n’ trees to the straight roads and mesmerizing skies of Manitoba and traveled up and down the golden fields and scattered wetlands of Saskatchewan.  We saw black bears, cougars, wolves, elk, deer and almost every season while we were away exploring this vast country called Canada. We brought our music to many new places, met…

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THANK YOU ITALY!

You never know who is going to respond to your music.  I recently received this music review from Italy.  Some of the Italian words looked positive and so I got my friend Manny to translate it.  Some of what you experience as a musician and songwriter is what the Scots poet Robbie Burns would call “toils obscure” - striving for something that's unseen.  When you get feedback like this, it feels someone else has met you in the music and that's a nice feeling.
David

REVIEW OF "THE CLARKE HALL SESSIONS" by

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