David Singley - LIVESTREAM

  • June 15, 2024 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
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Born and raised in rural central Illinois, David Singley is a singer-songwriter-guitarist living in Saint Paul, Minnesota, whose music is born of the street, the country, and the academy. An experienced veteran with decades of backing world-class artists and performers, he has recently joined the “Great Resignation” and set his sights on his own artistic pursuits. His music evokes the golden era of the singer-songwriter: the late ’60’s and early-to-mid ’70’s; with its chameleonic stylistic twists and turns, as well as its memorable melodies and insightful, poetic lyrics. His music expresses a point-of-view that is at once highly personal and triumphantly global. His voice evokes traces of many of his influences: James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Jim Croce, Jackson Browne, Dan Fogelberg, and many others. His guitar playing is at once highly focused and passionate, impressive yet always absolutely appropriate to the song at hand.

His 2021 album, The Long, Slow Fuse of Night, as well as his last seven singles, have all charted on Americana radio and have received substantial notice on YouTube. His next album, Fools & Mystics, is set for an April 1, 2024 release, and the first new single from that album, “Paradise,” is set to drop on February 27, 2024. Follow up singles “Cartoon Heart,” and “Don’t Worry ‘Bout Mama No More,” are set for Spring and Summer, 2024 releases.

Date & Time

Sat, Jun 15, 2024 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

The Nest

A Small Venue for Big Dreams

When Tom and Andrea Brett opened a beautiful new medical office in the heart of Branson, they noticed a special conference room that wasn't living up to its potential. As musicians and songwriters, and hosts to many "jam jams" in the basement of their own home, they began to envision this space as a venue for aspiring artists who might be intimidated by large stages, but need a place to hone their craft. They also realized that there are many professional musicians who would love a small, intimate place to share their music - where they could be more personal with their audience. Inspired by the rustic decor of their beautiful clinic in the Ozarks, and the concept of a nest being a place to be nurtured in, fly away from, and return to, the name "The Nest," was born.