Like his trademark suit, David Myles’ music is timeless. Regardless of quickly passing trends and fads, it will persevere. From soulful, contemporary pop crooners to delicate, jazzy folk ditties, and down-home, back porch roots tunes to infectious hip-hop earworms, David’s only artistic constants are his always growing, shape shifting songwriting, and his exceptional ability to entertain.
David effortlessly injects any song with his irresistible energy, which has led him to numerous collaborations, most recently with the Latin Grammy award-winning Alex Cuba on “In 1-2-3-4” —a simmering toe-tapper infused with the heart of Havana’s dance floors. In 2012, he teamed up with Canadian hip hop star Classified and produced the JUNO award-winning, quadruple-platinum “Inner Ninja”, the biggest selling rap single in Canadian history. His endearing live charm, coupled with an uplifting sense of humour, has gained David an increasingly large fan base, and afforded him frequent festival appearances. In 2014, he became the host of CBC’s “East Coast Music Hour”, a new radio program and web portal dedicated to Atlantic Canadian music and music makers.
Hovering somewhere around a magic spot between James Taylor and Justin Timberlake, David’s diverse set of musical tools has garnered a staggering number of prestigious nominations and awards, including a JUNO and multiple Music Nova Scotia and ECMA awards in addition to numerous high profile music placements around the globe, from the US hit series "Parenthood", to Australia’s popular "Packed to the Rafters".
In addition to his collaboration with Alex Cuba, 2015 will see David create even more music. He is currently in the studio with Classified working on a new EP and is set to release an acoustic collection of fan favourites in the US and UK later this year.