“A charismatic performance by a star still waiting to be discovered by a much larger audience.” -The New York Times
“David Wilcox’s ongoing musical journey [is]… compelling and richly deserving of a listen.” -Rolling Stone
Folk musician David Wilcox is a true American treasure. A consistently unconventional acoustic guitarist and singer-songwriter, Wilcox’s music is intelligent, humorous, insightful and melodic. With a pleasant, clear voice and crisp guitar style, he is often compared to James Taylor, but edgier and deeper.
“Fueled by brilliantly articulate guitar, an honestly pretty baritone, and deft lyrics, he combines the best of both pop and modern folk aesthetics.” -Boston Globe
His latest album (his seventeenth), Reverie, features the hushed, intimate vocals, subtle but impressive guitar work in a solid folk/blues/pop style, and songs full of telling details that have won him a die-hard following down through the years.
“Susan Werner has quietly risen to the elite of American songwriters.” —Direct Current
Werner has firmly established her reputation as one of the boldest creative forces on the acoustic scene today. While the concepts are never simple, she has proven time and time again, her unwavering ability to deliver on the truly original promises of her inventive, visionary way of making music.
“One of the few singers in her genre who plays piano as well as guitar, Werner’s concerts feature an eclectic mix of songs with elements of jazz, classic pop material from the past, and thoroughly contemporary storytelling.” —Toronto Exclusive Magazine
Over the course of her colorful career, singer songwriter Susan Werner has cultivated a reputation as a daring and innovative songwriter with a killer live show. She boldly endeavors to weave old with new to create altogether new genres of music when existing ones do not suit her muse, and she regularly keeps audiences guessing and laughing simultaneously. Most of her work infuses traditional music styles and methods with her unmistakable contemporary worldview, constantly challenging listeners to experience music from a fresh and unexpected perspective. Susan Werner’s new release Classics asks no less of her distinguished audience or herself.
“Susan Werner, a clever songwriter and an engaging performer, brings literacy and wit back to popular song.” —The New Yorker