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David

David Gordon first strummed a guitar in 1959, and he’s been learning songs ever since. Lots and lots of songs. Now, after six decades of concerts around the world, he’s created a personal retrospective of his favorite comforting and uplifting songs. It's a feelgood program, inspirational and positive.

David

This eclectic concert includes a few vintage folk songs plus classic tunes by Lennon & McCartney, John McCutcheon, David Wilcox, Jacques Offenbach, Hoagy Carmichael, Yip Harburg, Stephen Foster, Louise Mosrie, Bob Dylan, Gus Kahn, Iris DeMent, and other great songwriters.

In his concerts with guitar David draws on his lifelong love of traditional and contemporary acoustic music. With a rich and sensitive voice and a keen sense of drama, he interweaves songs of love and laughter with stories, musings, and his own uniquely goofy brand of humor.

Throughout his life, Davidís intention has been to open hearts through song and story, and share with his listeners the power of music and the joys of living and love.


Some of the songs on this audio playlist
and in these live videos are from this program.


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About David

David

The Washington Post has called David Gordon "a model of style and charm, and an irresistible performer." He's a life-long troubadour whose compelling voice, keen sense of drama, and wacky humor have charmed audiences worldwide for more than 40 years. David's international performing and recording career reaches from Bach to bluegrass, from grand opera to jazz, from Mozart to songs of the Oregon Trail. Read more here...

David Lives in Pacific Grove, California, with his wife, author and artist Ginna Gordon. Together they own Lucky Valley Press, a boutique book editing and design company for independent authors.

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