David Wilcox

Monday, May 12, 8:00 PM

Unitarian Universalist Church of Silver Spring
$14 advance/$17 door

David Wilcox has been making music that bravely navigates a path through the emotional static of modern life towards a better place. With a style that The Boston Globe says "combines the best of both pop and modern folk aesthetics," he writes songs that are wake up calls to the heart, balm for the soul. Wilcox's musical story began in college, when he took up the guitar after hearing a fellow student playing "Buckets of Rain" by Bob Dylan. It was love at first strum. Within a few months, he was writing his own songs. Drawing on influences from James Taylor to Motown to Joni Mitchell, he has created a sound that is both highly personal and emotionally forthright. Wilcox's eleventh recording, "Into The Mystery," goes through some tough issues and carries a stronger hope by the time it reaches the end. With its blend of soulful sounds and life-affirming themes, "Into The Mystery" is both timely and timeless music - the rare CD, that amid the glut of product on the market, feels necessary and useful.


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