David Myles

Canadian singer songwriter David Myles grew up admiring the crooners so popular in the 1950s and 1960s ” you know the ones: Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley, Chet Baker. And he channels those musicians admirably in his new recording, ‘Real Love.’ It’s a fun record, one filled with songs that’ll make you want to dance ” and that, Myles says, is exactly what he wanted to create.

Myles came to Beehive Productions Studios in Saranac Lake, New York with some of his longtime bandmates to share some thoughts about the album. And as soon as he started to share those thoughts, it was hard NOT to be absolutely delighted. He’s a high energy kind of a guy who clearly believes in the music he’s making and from an a cappella sea-chanty-esque tune (“Dreaming”) to the song he describes as his “Love Me Tender” moment (“If You Want Tonight”), there’s something irresistible about David Myles and the music he makes.



Interview & Performance

Night and Day


Cry, Cry, Cry

If You Want Tonight

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