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Fine dining and free music. Solo acoustic originals and covers of various genres and times. 10:30 am-1:30 pm. Ribera, NM; see website http://www.thelarisacafe.com/TheLaRisaCafe.com/Home.html and facebook event https://www.facebook.com/events/805831056108094/
I'll be keeping the grooves relatively chill for the dinner crowd with just me and my acoustic guitar. I will sing and play a mix of originals and covers from a broad range of genres. Free but donations encouraged as I'm just playing for tips and dinner. All ages, full menu including beer, wine and great chili and desserts. I hope to see you in Ribera!
Dinner drinks and music. Solo acoustic covers and originals by David Wheeler. No cover, tips appreciated
I will sing and play my acoustic guitar a variety of covers and originals. Food and drink will be served. I will be playing for tips and my CD will be available
On Saturday, December 1, 7:00-9:00 p.m., in the Maria Benitez Cabaret Theater at the Lodge of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Public Schools Music Faculty will deliver the second annual music faculty cabaret in collaborative performance. Maestro Oliver Prezant, Conductor of Santa Fe Community Orchestra, will host. Many SFPS music teachers are professional performers in their own right. Among the entertainers are Judy Grimes, with a Tribute to Patsy Cline; “Duet for Cello and Viola with Two Eyeglasses Obbligato” performed by Monica Dechsner and JC; A String Bass Solo by Dan Allinder; Vocal Classics by Faith Amour; Solo Guitar and vocals by David Wheeler; and a piano and violin duet by Carla Kountoupes and Galen Provost. More vocal performances by locals Marilyn Barnes, Allen Green, Todd Hansen, Kat Keenan, Leanne DeVane, Linda Tachau, and Hilary Schact; Piano performances by Yelena Petrova, Deborah Ungar, and Bruce Adams; and Latin dancing with Kathy Anderson and Carlos Mora. Many more enjoyable surprises await attendees. Tickets are $15 for single tickets; $25 for couples. All proceeds from MusicFest events will directly benefit SFPS K-12 Music Education programs. MusicFest sponsors include: Canyon Road Merchants Association, City of Santa Fe, Dish n’ Spoon, Don Wilson Transfer and Storage, El Farol, Friends of Santa Fe Jazz, Gerald Peters, Hutton Broadcasting, Il Vicino, Santa Fean Magazine, Santa Fe Concert Association, Partners in Education, Santa Fe Properties, SFPS, Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association, SantaFe.Com, Santa Fe Symphony Fanfare, Santa Fe Women’s Ensemble, The Lodge of Santa Fe, The Santa Fe New Mexican, Web Enchantment, and Winterowd Gallery.
Sounds Like: R.E.M., Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam, Jack White, Elvis Costello
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Bio: My critically acclaimed debut CD of 13 original songs called "There's a Rhythm" was a finalist for "Best Rock Album" in the 2012 New Mexico Music Awards! Now available at most major online music retailers. The album was recorded over the course of a full year using only the best local musician...See Full Bio
“Right on the ground floor of the grassroots indie rock n’ roll movement is David Wheeler, a singer-songwriter who isn’t afraid to perform his music exactly the way he wants it. Driven by plenty of distorted guitars and Wheeler’s unmistakable vocal tone, each song delivers a delicious slice of toe-tapping indie rock, sans the pretentious attitude and faux experimental noise. Flying high on his 13-track debut, There’s a Rhythm, Wheeler remains on the cutting edge of underground music, penning rocking thumpers such as “You Say,” as well as more adventurous tunes like “Fundamental Truth,” which utilizes fiddle, piano, and funkified walking bass lines. True rock n’ roll fans be advised – this is the next “must have” for your iPod’s playlist. ”
Ask David Wheeler anything...
Q: Hi David, I LOVE your music, my question is silly, are you ticklish? If yes, where are your tickly spots? :)
A: Thank you Josephine. I do not find your question silly at all, for a good tickle is exactly what is needed in some situations. The soles of my feet and under my arms are good places to try me. How about you?
Asked by Josephine. Answered on Tue Sep 23 2014All Questions