Saturday, 3rd November 2012
“Penguin Eggs” magazine, Canada, described him this way: “Gentle grace and captivating melodies, songs that employ powerful imagery to evoke strong emotions and poignancy, stirring and soothing – often both at the same time”. And that’s just one way to describe this musician and very special performer with a mesmerizing quality that evokes landscapes, and the drama of big skies.
For a former underground Geologist, there is an awful lot of sunlight-on-dappled-waters kind of feel to his lyrics and melodies. It takes a lot to capture a diehard group of Folkies who’ve ‘seen it all’ but that’s just what David did at this year’s National with his inspired finger-style playing. [not bad for a bloke who skewered and irreparably damaged his hand in a knife accident last year!].
Don’t miss the chance to see him on this rare visit to our city.
WHEN: Saturday, 3rd November 2012 7:30pm
Wesley Centre Hall, 150 Beaumont St. Hamilton – opp. The Exchange Hotel
ENTRY: $15.oo Adults $12.oo Concession. $10.oo Club Members Kids 16 /under free Contacts: Carole – (02)4929 3912, Ron – (02)4926 1313, Folk Club – Mob: 0421 412 358