Produced by

David Garland

Monday, July 16, 2007

For the last 20 years David Garland has been a host WNYC listeners turn to when they want to hear the latest in space-age bachelor pad music, pixie-ish folk-rock, and just about anything else offbeat and under the radar. But when he's not busy hosting two programs on our airwaves – namely, "Evening Music" and "Spinning on Air" – he's busy as a singer and songwriter on the Downtown music scene. He performs live frmo his eighth album, "Noise in You."

Guests:

David Garland

Comments [3]

Bev from PIttsburgh

Just listening to David's speaking voice is like hearing music! (maybe that explains part of the radio gig...hmmmm?) The complexity and candor of his intellect and his soul as expressed in his music is chilling, warming, powerful. I hate the 'noise' but love the lyrics.

Sep. 21 2007 01:08 PM
Barry from East V.

wow! David Garland just blows Suzanne Vega away! He seems so much more free and into his music!

Jul. 16 2007 03:14 PM
Andrea from boston

tell david g. to stick to his day job (or night job, rather)

Jul. 16 2007 02:58 PM

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