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David Myles was born on 12 May, 1981 in Fredericton, Canada. Discover David Myles's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?
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David Myles Net Worth
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September 14, 2018 brought the unveiling of David's first French-language album, Le grand départ via L-A be Records.
A busy fall for Myles, he also began hosting a Saturday morning music show entitled Myles From Home, broadcast by Alberta's CKUA Radio Network on September 15, 2018.
October 26, 2018 saw the release of a stripped-down, acoustic version of Real Love.
Myles also released his first Children's book in the Fall of 2018 from Nimbus Publishing based on his song "Santa Never Brings Me a Banjo", with illustration by animator Murray Bain.
On September 15, 2017, Myles released his tenth studio recording, Real Love, a nostalgia-tinged ode to classic Rock and Roll. The record was released in the US and Worldwide on January 26, 2018.
In April 2016, Myles released yet another collaboration with Classified, entitled Here Now, a six-song EP produced by Classified, on which Myles departs from his well-known jazz-folk vibe, influenced by his love of R&B, and offers something a bit more hip-hop and mod-pop.
In January 2015, Myles was named Touring Artist of the Year at the CAPACOA (Canadian Arts Presenting Association) Awards for the 2013-14 season.
Myles released his first US album, entitled So Far, in September 2015. The album contains stripped-down re-recordings of previously released songs, as a way of introducing his work to a new audience.
In 2014, Myles was a 'Featured Musician' on the YouTube channel of The Great Canadian Journey, a cross-country project that highlights local musicians, print artists, and culture. Also in 2014, Myles was nominated for six East Coast Music Awards (see "Awards and Achievements," below).
In the fall of 2014, Myles released a Christmas album entitled It's Christmas. The idea of the album suggested itself in part because of Myles' annual "Singing For Supper" tour in Eastern Canada every December, which raises money and donates food for those in need. The concerts take place in a variety of shopping malls in New Brunswick. A portion of the sales of the It's Christmas album continues to be donated to food banks where the album is for sale.
On October 4, 2014, Myles began hosting The East Coast Music Hour with David Myles on Saturday mornings, a new performance program in Atlantic Canada that blended two regional music programs - Atlantic Airwaves that aired in the Maritimes and The Performance Hour that was broadcast in Newfoundland and Labrador.
In 2013, Myles and Classified reunited for the single "Inner Ninja" from the album Classified. The single went triple platinum in Canada and won a Juno Award, and is the biggest-selling rap single in Canadian history.
Also in 2013, Myles released the double album In the Nighttime, on which he gave each of his two separate performing personas (mellow and jazz-influenced on the one hand, beat-oriented and pop-influenced on the other) its own disc of music.
In 2011, he received five nominations in the East Coast Music Awards and was nominated for a Music New Brunswick award. He played at the Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival in Fredericton, New Brunswick. He released two albums, Live at The Carleton and Into The Sun (October, 2011). Into the Sun uses world music rhythms from Brazilian and African music.
In 2010, he performed at the Canadian Deep Roots Music Festival in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. as well as other locations such as Granville Green in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. In December, he played for four nights at The Carleton Music Bar in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Unbeknownst to him, the music bar's sound technician recorded the performances, capturing relaxed live shows. Those recordings became the source for his next album, Live at The Carleton.
In May 2009, Myles was awarded the Mount Allison University Contemporary Achievement Award from the University's Alumni Association. It is presented to a recent graduate for "outstanding achievement".
Myles was one of thirteen songwriters chosen in the first CBC Radio 2 Great Canadian Song Quest in 2009. He was chosen to represent New Brunswick by a public vote, and commissioned to write a song about the Bay of Fundy's historic Hopewell Rocks. He recorded a new song, "Don't Drive Through," for the contest. Asked about the song, Myles said, "I wanted this tune to really resonate with New Brunswickers. Don't Drive Through is a lighthearted song that relates to the idea of driving through the province. I tried to create a song that I could sing forever, not just record as part of CBC's Canadian songbook, and I think I have."
In May 2008, Myles released his third solo project, On the Line, which demonstrates his vocal versatility and musical dexterity. On the Line is a powerful and stylish blend of jazz, blues, gospel, pop and folk influences that has garnered awards and nominations, including the 2009 ECMA Folk Recording of the Year Award.
Myles released his first album, Together and Alone, in 2005. Before it was released, he relocated to Calgary, Alberta. He returned to the Maritimes in 2006, moving to Halifax. There he released his second album, Things Have Changed, which exposed him to national and international audiences. The album earned him industry recognition in the form of two Music Nova Scotia Awards, as well as nominations for both the 2007 Canadian Folk Music Best New Artist Award and the East Coast Music Awards Galaxie Rising Star Recording of the Year. His original song, "When it Comes My Turn," took home first place in the International Songwriting Competition and was the winning song at the 2008 Chris Austin Merlefest Songwriting Contest.
While growing up in Fredericton, Myles began playing trumpet at 10 years old and played in school bands. He attended Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick and graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in political science. He was in China as a foreign exchange student in 2001 when he bought his first guitar. He has said that learning to play the guitar and write songs was what propelled him to become a professional musician.
David Myles (born May 12, 1981) is a Canadian songwriter and musician originally from Fredericton, New Brunswick. Myles lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His music has often been labeled folk jazz, although he prefers simply to call it "roots" music. An independent artist who self-releases his albums, Myles has been able to gain an increasingly large audience, in part because of his active touring schedule and in part because of his cross-genre musical collaborations, which include a single made with the rapper Classified that became the biggest-selling rap single in the history of Canadian music.