The new “Don’t Try To Fight It”album comes out worldwide on Friday, March 31. You can now pre-order it online at Amazon.com , iTunes and at DavidOlney.com. The collection features 10 new songs produced by award-winning singer-songwriter Brock Zeman & recorded at the Big Muddy Studios in Carleton Place, Ottawa with all Canadian players, including folks like Juno Award-winning Steve Dawson.
Join us in Nashville on April Fool’s Day – Saturday, April 1 – to celebrate this milestone with an early MUSIC + ART EVENT at The 5 Spot in #Nashville from 6-8:30 pm. Special guests Brock Zeman and Blair Hogan will open the evening before David Olney and his band hit the stage. Original art from Gwil Owen will be on display and for sale. You’ll recognize Gwil’s work on the cover as well as one of the co-writers of some of the music on the new album.
The Canadian Connection
The new album was “made in Canada” so we’re taking the “Fight” way up North in late April, on tour in Eastern Canada with Brock Zeman & Blair Hogan in our corner. We played a few shows together last year. This run will be epic. Tickets on sale now.
There are lots of new shows posted online. Look for the David Olney trio performing at the Ships Of The Seas Museum in Savannah, GA in May. We’re also looking forward to heading up the East Coast accompanied by Daniel Seymour in July.
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Who is David Olney?
Master craftsman, acclaimed singer/songwriter and globe-trotting performer David Olney has released more than 20 albums over four decades, including six live recordings. His music has been prominently featured in ABC-TV’s Nashville and his stellar songs have been recorded by Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Del McCoury, Tim O’Brien and Steve Young, among many others. Catch up with David on his weekly live, You Never Know streamcast – starring the Bard performing a song and sharing the story behind it – every Tuesday on DavidOlney.com and YouTube.
"Though he's best known as a masterful wordsmith, Olney has a knack for creating the ideal atmosphere for his gothic noir tune.” - Acoustic Guitar Magazine