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David Myles

| Sobey Family Theatre
Supreme sonic stylist David Myles and his all-star band will take you on a musical journey of shimmering soul, magic jazz, streetwise funk, and earthy blues. Over his award-winning career, Myles has released more than a dozen records that span numerous genres. His immaculate pop melodies and timeless rock ‘n’ roll tunes have helped soundtrack the lives of music fans all over the globe.
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Over the year that saw his newest album That Tall Distance come together—a year defined by isolation—Myles also continued to seek connection via his “not-so-late night talk show”, featuring guests like Jeremy Dutcher, Reeny Smith, and Matt Mays. The show is just another feather in the multifaceted cap of Myles’ career, which includes numerous awards and accolades, a robust artist profile stateside, the 2018 children’s book Santa Never Brings Me a Banjo, and the biggest-selling rap single in the history of Canadian music – “Inner Ninja”, a cross-genre musical collaboration with rapper Classified.

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