David Glaser played the Big Room with Jonathan Byrd, each taking turns spinning their tales with music. A seasoned story-teller, David sent us winding through the countryside, sharing folk stories from the past and present.
David Glaser is a relative newcomer to the acoustic songwriter scene, but he is not a neophyte. After seeing him perform at NERFA, The International Folk Alliance, Kerrville Folk Festival, and Falcon Ridge Folk Festival, some folks have asked, "Where has he been hiding, and why haven't I heard of him before?" After nearly 3 decades under the radar, playing in bar bands and touring as a side man, award-winning songwriter and consummate guitarist David Glaser burst onto the Acoustic/Folk scene in 2008 with "Cars and Lovers", a genre-bending CD that shows his range as a performer, and as a songwriter. Greeted with praise and rewarded with nationwide airplay, C&L charted on Folk Radio with the popular titles "Picture in My Car" and "House in Baltimore". A new CD, "Caffeine and Nicotine" is set for release in 2010. David's songs are lush, evocative, and full of imagery - like an album of snapshots from his rich journey. An evening with David is a rollercoaster ride of style, emotion and genre; you can expect everything from contemporary singer/songwriter fare to traditional offerings, and many shades in between. David's fluent guitar and mandolin skills have made him a sought after side man, studio musician, and guitar teacher.