Catch “The Hardest Working Austro-Czech-American-Irish-Jew in the Songwriting Business” in the US
Please join us for David Carroll, the self-described, “hardest working Austro-Czech-American-Irish-Jew in the songwriting business” as he performs a select number of dates in the US.
His new album, Songs of Love and Protest was just released November 18th of this year.
More About David Carroll
Combining a sly sense of humor with a perceptive take on the realities of the day, Carroll’s post-Occupy manifesto is just as much about love as it is protest. Peppering his acoustic-driven folk with signposts of the 21st century – bleeps and bloops, synth squeals, electronic drums – he makes the case that protest can only work with love, that love is an integral part of positive change. As a spoken-word sample in the single “Holding on to Love” argues, “People don’t know how dangerous love songs can be” (from James Joyce’s Ulysses).
Watch the video for lead single “Holding On To Love”
US Tour Dates
11/27: Piano’s – NYC (9pm)
11/30: The Peace House DC Fundraiser – Washington
12/01: Buzzbin Shop – Canton (OH)
12/02: Kung Fu Necktie – Philadelphia
12/03: Uncommon Ground – Chicago
12/04: Silver Dollar Room – Toronto
12/05: Piano’s NYC (9.45pm)