"Inner Ninja" performing at The Sanctuary on November 11 2017
David Myles Is originally from Fredericton, New Brunswick and lives now in Halifax, Nova Scotia. David has been gaining large audiences partially because of his active touring schedule and his cross-genre musical collaborations with musicians like rapper Classified. The single “Inner Ninja” became the biggest-selling rap single in the history of Canadian music in 2013 which went triple platinum in Canada and won a Juno Award.
Usually dressed in a suit and tie and his trademark specs, he resembles a Buddy Holly like persona. His new music will have you tap your toes to the groovy rhythm making for an enthralling live performance.
Spencer Burton - a Welland native - tells vivid stories about the people he has met and placed he visited. His sound is a folk - country mix ever evolving in its own way.
Spencer has released three solo projects under his own name. The most recent album is called "Songs of" which was produced by longtime friend Daniel Romano. I cannot wait to see these two talented musicians show all of us what they are made of on November 11, 2017 at The Sanctuary - Centre for the Arts. Hope you see you there.