Audio and Video
Recent Concerts with Acoustic Guitar
David Gordon first picked up a guitar in 1959 and he's been singing with one ever since.
Drawing on his lifelong love of traditional and contemporary acoustic music, he interweaves songs of love, compassion, and laughter with stories, poetry, musings, and his own uniquely goofy brand of humor.
Throughout his musical career, David's intention has always been to open hearts through song and story, and share with his listeners the power of words and music and the joys of living and love.
Wayfarin' Stranger - New Live Concert CD
Greatest Hits of the Northwest Troubadour Series
In the past several seasons, David Gordon has presented 38 concerts in Jacksonville, Oregon, featuring more than 120 songs well-known to mid-19th-Century Americans. David's carefully researched themes and narrations tie the songs together and provide fascinating historical context. This 1-hour CD is a compilation of favorite songs and stories from four seasons of sold-out concerts. Learn more...
Audio Clips from David's Years in Classical Music
A mix of live recordings and studio CDs
David made his professional concert debut as tenor soloist in Montreal in 1970, and made his operatic debut with the Lyric Opera of Chicago in 1973.
During the following 35 years he sang nearly 2000 performances on the stages of opera houses and concert halls around the world.