Since his 2005 debut record, David Myles’ career has had a few impressive growth spurts. A regular on the winner’s podium at both the Nova Scotia Music Awards and the East Coast Music Awards, the Juno Award podium has begun to call on him as well. In 2013, his collaboration with Classified scored them both a Juno for the Rap Recording of the Year for “Inner Ninja” (the biggest-selling rap single in the history of Canada).
Myles’s new double album, In the Nighttime, is comprised of two separately themed albums: the first is more in keeping with his first 6 studio albums – sultry, romantic folk – while the second brings out the Myles’s contemporary side with tracks produced by Classified.
“One is the soundtrack for your dinner party,” says the CBC, “while the other gets the dance party started.”
Myles refers to the double album as “a complete picture of where I am right now, musically.”
Join Myles in the Grand Theatre’s intimate Baby Grand on October 24 or 25 for an intimate encounter with his superior songwriting and smooth vocals.