David Mallett

Born Apr 21, 1951

This article is about the singer-songwriter David Mallett. For people using the "Mallet" spelling, see David Mallet. David Mallett is a singer-songwriter best known for his authorship of the popular tune "Garden Song," made famous by John Denver and Arlo Guthrie. He has recorded for independent record labels for most of his career. A resident of Maine for most of his life, in the 1980s he relocated to Nashville, and released two albums with the folk and blues label Vanguard.… Read More

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1951 Birth Born on April 21, 1951.


2007 56 Years Old Malett frequently performs with violinist Susan Ramsey and bassist Michael Burd, with sound by Tom Gordon. He has recorded 14 albums, the most recent being The Fable True in 2007, based on Thoreau's last expedition in 1857, and Alright Now a collection of songs including "Beautiful," dedicated to his daughter Molly. … Read More
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